Monday, February 11, 2013

100th Day of School Muffin Tin Meal

It's the 100th Day of School! Of course, John insisted on a special 100th Day lunch so here it is.
Isn't that tray great??? I was complaining about not having something more "muffin tin-ish" that wouldn't fall to pieces going to school for him and a friend told me about these trays. They're actually made for preparing/freezing portions of baby food but they work perfectly for lunches, too! The lid fits snuggly but isn't hard for him to get off. Each of the seven holes holds 2 ounces and is about 2 inches deep. Luckily it was easy to trim the ends off of the picks I used to get them to fit.
The top three holes each contain two tiny turkey and cheese sandwiches kabob-ed with a colby jack number and a trimmed star pick. The center has a hard cooked egg topped with colby jack "day." The bottom three hold grapes, gummies, and veggie sticks.

Used in this lunch:

7 comments:

  1. Adorable, Karen! just love those mini sandwiches and all their flair! :)Happy 100th Day to your sweetie!

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  2. I love it! Happy 100 Days John!

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  3. Happy 100 days! Cute muffin tray idea. :)

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  4. This is so cute! I love your number candle sandwiches.

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  5. Love how the numbers "1" and "0" look like number candles, the star picks add a nice flair!

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  6. I love this and I really like that tray!

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