Muffin Tin Monday: Spring Muffin Tin Breakfast

This week’s muffin tin meal was a breakfast tin.   I did another Spring-themed meal. (See my Easter Bunny muffin tin lunch, and Resurrection-themed muffin tin meal as well.)

Our Spring muffin tin meal had:

  • scrambled eggs
  • flower-shaped peanut butter toast
  • ladybug apple

I put everything in flower muffin cups, and used a ketchup packet to make a tree trunk.

To make the lady bug apple, I cut half a red apple into slices.  Then, using peanut butter, I stuck on some chocolate bar chunks to make ladybug spots and eyes.  This would be much cuter with actual chocolate chips, but of course they don’t have those in India.  Maggie liked her ladybug apple (and especially the spots) all the same.

Interested in learning more about Muffin Tin Meals?  Check out ways to save on Muffin Tin Meal supplies, my previous Muffin Tin Meals and this week’s Muffin Tin Monday link-ups at Muffin Tin Mom.

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2 Responses to Muffin Tin Monday: Spring Muffin Tin Breakfast

  1. JDaniel would love eating the spots one at a time.
    JDaniel4’s Mom recently posted..Happy Easter!

  2. Yum! I like chocolate chunks better than chips. Might be the shape? Rough versus smooth texture? Either way. Yum.
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