Monday, September 26, 2011

Welcome Autumn - Muffin Tin Monday

With Fall officially launching last week I decided to break out a few spooky items for Muffin Tin Monday.  I found a jello mold of Halloween shapes at a thrift store, and this is the first time I've used it.
Pierce had garlic shrimp (shrimp is still a favorite food of his), grapes, green beans, and cheesy hash brown casserole (which is total comfort food and perfect for Fall!).  He ate all but a few bites of his hash brown casserole, and he also finished Cort's shrimp (and then Cort finished Pierce's casserole - so it worked out as an even trade). 

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25 comments:

E @ Act Fast Chef said...

Love it! And love the bat decoration.

Jill said...

Darling! Looks and sounds good too!

My Journey With Candida said...

So cute!! I bet the kids just can't wait to see what they will eat out of next.

Kim said...

I'm always so impressed with what your kids eat! It makes me want to smarten up and do better at mealtimes.

Sonya Heilmann said...

Cute! Liv and I love Halloween-themed stuff.

Melodie said...

Another fun and yummy muffin tin Monday!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi There, I'm back after a few weeks off from blogging. Hope you are doing okay. I have missed all of my blogging friends --but needed that break!

Don't know exactly where you live --but we may have gotten sorta close to you... Had a great time...

Hope you all are doing well... Love your creativity with the Muffin Tin Monday.

Hugs,
Betsy

Samantha said...

OK, woman..where is this cheesy hash brown casserole recipe? I just went through your recipes and didn't see it!

Grumpy Grateful Mom said...

Can't wait for Halloween. That cheesy hash brown casserole sounds so delicious to me. I think I could eat it for breakfast this morning. :) I'm impressed how they shared!

Lexie Loo, Little Lily, and Dylan Too! said...

The cheesy hash brown casserole sounds good!

Rob-bear said...

Any blog with pictures of Bears and a muffin tin has got to be a great place. For this Bear.
Don't mind me; I'll just have an ursine look around.
Something smells good!

(Florida) Girl said...

Aw. These are so cute. Such a smart way to get them to eat.

blueviolet said...

I quite like that spooky lunch!

A Quiet Corner said...

Now this one looks yummy...garlic shrimp...:)JP

Carolyn said...

That's awesome. I love the addition of the Halloween Flag and Bat.

Angela said...

Such a great looking lunch! I could go for some hashbrown casserole right now.

That's funny! I found a fruit jello mold at a thrift store 2 weeks ago. I couldn't resist because I think it was only a quarter!

That is one thing I've never cooked and that is shrimp. I've bought the breaded shrimp in a box and baked that. The garlic shrimp looks better.

Sandy said...

For some reason it surprises me that Pierce likes shrimp. I don't remember liking seafood when I was young. I am ready for fall to hit us, 108 by the end of this week!

Jen said...

Yes, perfect comfort food...minus the shrimp ;)

Farmchick said...

Your boys are lucky to have you being so creative with their food.

Chatty Crone said...

So how long does it take you to make lunch? sandie

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I love food,, and all this looks like fun and happy food!
love
tweedles

GardenofDaisies said...

I sure do miss the days of creative eating with my children! But my youngest turns 21 this week.

lisa9999 said...

My eldest two trade all the time, its so cute. I cannot wait to start Autumn cooking but we are going to have a very warm week here in the UK.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Love your muffin food...creative

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Hee hee. Love the "scary" little Halloween additions to the arrangement. Cute! :)