Monday, January 23, 2012

Muffin Tin Monday: Stopping by the woods on a Snowy Evening

This week in school we're reading Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening by Robert Frost. In that vein I made a Snowy Woods tin.

marshmallow snowballs, ranch dip icy pond, snowy mound of cottage cheese, fallen branches pretzels, and broccoli trees with parmesan cheese snow.

Princess loved using the "trees" to eat the "pond" lol

The tin was a hit over all!

It's always interesting trying to theme our tin to match what we're doing in school. Thankfully we're always doing a couple of things so I always have something fun to choose from.
As usual I'm linking up with other Muffin Tin moms so go check out the other great tins this week!


  1. I love that poem. Have you seen the Susan Jeffers' children's book about the poem?

    Wonderful lunch!

    1. Yes! That's the book we're reading this week with our FIAR program. The pictures are amazing.

  2. We did a snowy tin too, yours is awesome! I have to remember Parmesan cheese for snow next time, great idea!

  3. I must get this book for my kiddos. I just love book themed Muffin Tin Meals!

  4. Great poem, great tin! Love the parm snow on the broccoli trees! Great idea!

  5. Loved the pics of your 4 kids eating lunch. I also have 4(1 girl & 3 boys too) and was wondering if I can keep making Muffin Tin Meals for FOUR (the youngest is only 7 months - he's not eating them yet of course, but will someday...)! You are an inspiration to me! :) Keep upi the great work!

  6. What a terrific idea for a tin! I love it!! :)