Muffin Tin Monday- Yellow Foods (3/8)

Muffin Tin Monday at Her Cup Overfloweth

This week’s Muffin Tin Monday theme is- yellow. I didn’t realize until I was planning out the foods I would include in today’s MTM that yellow foods aren’t that common.

Yellow is this week's theme

Today Jacob was served:

-Banana slices


-Golden oreo



-Organic potato chips

Stirring the juice

I made lemonade to drink but didn’t discover that we had no sugar until the mix was in the water… you should have seen his face!

Fun with food

This was what resulted at the end of the meal… he was having a great time mixing the foods together. At one point he had an applesauce dipped pineapple with a chip on top… doesn’t sound as good as ice cream with a cherry on top but it was his creation. I think the only foods that he ate most of were the banana slices and the corn which surprised me because I was sure the cookie and chips would be devoured as soon as they were set in front of him.

Enjoy your week. Looking forward to see what you all come up with for “Muffin Tin Monday”… don’t forget to link up by clicking on the icon at the top of this post! :)


  1. It is funny how they can come up with their own creations with simple foods.

  2. mixing foods is fun. except. my little one tries to feed me the mixed food. that’s when it becomes un-fun.

    great tin!

  3. Mine was dipping chicken nuggest in pudding last night. Sigh… She ate all though. LOL

  4. Pineapple went over big at my house too.

  5. Looks like fun!

  6. looks good!

  7. Wow,I like everything but I think his best part was mixing the food,ha.

    Have a great week.

  8. what a great muffin tin monday! I didn’t even think of golden oreos Emily would have loved them too :0)

  9. What squishy, mooshy, gooshy fun!

  10. Sue Bunting says

    This is awesome! I have a little who hates to have his food touch! Have you ever tried to serve spaggetti without noodles, meat, or sauce touching? I’m going to do muffin tin monday every day of the week!

  11. I have never seen this before. What a great way to get kids interested in colors and textures of food, nourish them and have a little fun.

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