Monday, March 14, 2011

Rainbow Fruit Kabobs-Muffin Tin Monday

We decided to have a Muffin Tin snack this week, so we made some rainbow kabobs. I let the girls choose the fruits they wanted to use while we were at the grocery store and they did a great job! The only time I had to intervene was when Felicia wanted to use lemons for yellow. I didn't think that would be very tasty so I suggested pineapple instead.
I cut up the fruit and put it in muffin cups along with some of our yummy fruit dip. Then I gave them each a skewer and allowed them to assemble their own kabobs. It was a fun and tasty snack!
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15 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful Rainbow meal idea!!! I love it!!

    http://rockabyebutterfly.blogspot.com/2011/03/st-patricks-day-muffin-tin-meal.html

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  2. They made great choices! Love the bright colors.

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  3. Your meal is not only beautiful and colorful, but is looks really delicious!

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  4. Looks delicious! Where did you find your flower cups in all those bright colors?

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  5. Oooo - my little ones would have LOVED this (minus the sharp sticks of course since they're only small!). Actually, I would love this, too. YUM!

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  6. Beautiful rainbow fruit. I didn't even think of kiwi for green, we had green grapes in our green tin today.

    Yummy snack
    Blessings

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  7. I like how you let your kids choose what fruit they wanted and that makes MTM interactive and so much fun! I like how you used kabob sticks too...I'm certain they were quite a hit!

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  8. What an engaging way to serve up MTM! Love how colorful, too!

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  9. I love your tin!!!! and really love how them made skewers out of the fruit to make the rainbow that is awesome@!

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  10. LOVE this rainbow idea! :) So fun for kids!

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