Muffin Tin Monday

Muffin Tin Monday at Her Cup Overfloweth

We had movie night with a muffin tin dinner, picnic style on a blanket in the living room. It was so much fun. Next time, I’ll leave the m&ms off the tray until after the meal. I can’t wait to see the other muffin tin meals this week for some inspiration!

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  1. I love your cupcake cups! JDaniel would love this!

  2. perfect for a movie night

  3. Love the fish and turtle cups. Where did you get them.

  4. Oh my goodness – what a great idea to use this tray – we have a red one – it never dawned on me to use it for MTM! Thank you for the idea! Great tin – love your baking cups! :)

  5. I love indoor picnics :)

  6. cute, cute, cute!

  7. Looks great! I totally know what you mean about leaving the m&m’s off until after!

  8. Super cute! Happy MTM to you! :)

  9. You have such cute muffin tins! Really fun lunch :-)

  10. Love muffin tin mondays. We’ve done those some. Nothing as cute as your container though.

  11. where did you get the muffin cups?

  12. Indoor picnics are the best. Love the shaped tins, so cute!

  13. Very cute idea! I also love the turtle, frog & fish cups!

  14. cute – and love the cups

  15. I THINK I got them at hobby lobby or michaels??? I honestly can’t remember, but I remember that they were on clearance which is why I ended up getting them. =)

  16. How fun! This was a great way to serve dinner for a movie night. I love you pond friend tins too.

  17. Love it! We just got those same cups at Ross, I think. Were yours a 4 pack with a purple bug too? My daughter found them and we had to have them!

    I love your veggie tray idea too!

  18. I can’t put dessert on the tray til after the meal, either. It just doesn’t work well.

    I’m going to check Michael’s for those cups. Adorable!

  19. Hi Nicole,

    Making dinner fun for kids is a great way to encourage family time and to healthy eating. Neither adults nor kids could resist such a charming meal! I love that there’s a little of everything in those muffin tins. But perhaps Monday meals could go a step further and get the kids involved in cooking and setting up meals. What better way is there to have fun with your kids while teaching them valuable skills at the same time? That’s why I work for the Healthy Monday campaigns, which just launched a new program. The Kids Cook Monday aims to encourage families to cook and eat together every Monday. Research shows that children from families who cook and eat together often are less likely to be obese, eat a more nutritious diet and get better grades in school. To see more on the benefits of family dinners, check out The Kids Cook Monday site (http://www.healthymonday.org/the-kids-cook-monday/)

    We’re looking for blogs and websites to take on the challenge of starting each week with family dinners and post about their experiences each Monday. If you’re interested in participating please email me at TheKidsCookMonday@gmail.com.

    Mayo