Monday, April 5, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - puzzle pieces for Autism

It's that time again, it's Muffin Tin Monday! This meal is lunch for my three-year-old. :) 
There was not an assigned theme for MTM this week.

Muffin Tin Monday w/ puzzle piece creackers!

Across the top row she has: apple slices, organic yogurt covered raisins, strawberries.
The bottom row: homemade puzzle-shaped cheese crackers, egg salad sandwich on whole wheat bread, cucumber slices.

The homemade crackers (recipe post here) are made using my Lunch Punch puzzle cutters.  It is Autism Awareness Month afterall. :)  

The puzzle shaped crackers came out beautifully, the pieces can be connected and everything! :)

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13 comments:

Lisa said... [Reply to comment]

Love the puzzle crackers! Great tin!!

The Planet Pink said... [Reply to comment]

Cool crackers!

varunner said... [Reply to comment]

Puzzle cookie cutters!! Brilliant :-) My 3 yr old is generously offering his cucumbers to yours...

BranFlakes said... [Reply to comment]

Those puzzle pieces are AWESOME!

legendswife said... [Reply to comment]

I love the cracker idea. Thanks for the link:)
God Bless

kathy said... [Reply to comment]

Love the cracker and the tin... I love little compartments since it forces you to diversify your menu and add fruit and veggies.

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w said... [Reply to comment]

the puzzle crackers are amazing! great tin!

Susan B. said... [Reply to comment]

cool puzzle crackers!

Kristie Clower said... [Reply to comment]

fancy fancy. i love those homemade crackers.

The Robbins Zoo said... [Reply to comment]

Awesome crackers! :o)

Shannon said... [Reply to comment]

Melissa, do you make the "Baby Bam" the Emeril recipe calls for? I'd love to try making crackers, but that is a ton of spices to set aside for one recipe.

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

I have made the Baby Bam seasoning mix before and liked the results. This time I used "Emeril's Essense" because I already had it in the pantry. The second batch I made I used a mix of paprika, garlic salt, garlic powder and pepper and chili powder. On some I added a sprinkle of garlic salt to the top after the egg wash, and on another batch I added in some creole seasoning too. I liked them all. The kids didn't like the one with creole (though they like it on everything else I use it for!), but I think that one was my favorite.

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