Muffin Tin Meal: Half-hearted Jungle

by Wendy Copley on April 9, 2013

Muffin Tin Meal: half-hearted jungle

The theme for Muffin Tin Monday this week was “It’s a Jungle Out There!” and even though we were freshly back from vacation with a mostly empty fridge, I decided to give it a go. Here’s what I gave Augie for his lunch:

Top row:

  • sugar snap peas with flower picks for decoration — the idea here was that this was a flowering jungle bush
  • leftover rice from Sunday night dinner with a butterfly food divider
  • strawberries with a paper pineapple pick — er…do they have pineapples in the jungle? I think I was stretching here.

Bottom row:

  • yummy garlic croutons — there is no jungle significance to these. I just put them in because Augie asked for them.
  • carrots with sun-dried tomato hummus — again, no jungle-y significance
  • leftover chicken satay with an elephant pick

So yeah — I may not have knocked the jungle theme out of the park, but my kid liked it well enough.

The meal was served in a 6 cup muffin tin that I use exclusively for muffin tin meals.


I’m linking up to Muffin Tin Monday on Another Lunch. If you’d like to see more cute muffin tins you should head on over to check them out!

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  • I love it! I like snap peas with flower picks best – it’s totally jungly AND pretty.
    It’s funny, when I was scheduled the jungle theme I thought it would be easy peasy to do, and then when it came to it I was a little stumped. My main foodie thing was going to be a lion and it dawned on me lions don’t live in the jungle. Whoops! đŸ™‚

  • Jiena

    Forgive the ignorance but how do you serve snap peas? Did you steam first? I just found snap peas at the imported section of our supermarket, and I would like to introduce it to my toddler. I’m just not familiar how it should be served. Thanks.

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