01 February 2013

Groundhog Day

Happy Groundhog Day!  I made a little something fun for my kiddos to celebrate Groundhog Day.

Top Row:  Male groundhog made of:  English muffin, egg, and cheese.  He is decorated with candy eyes, angel hair pasta, egg teeth, and a black olive nose.  Next, there is a clementine orange and then syrup.

Bottom Row:  Cucumbers, blueberries (decorated with a food pick, it is really a squirrel but today we will pretend he is a groundhog), female groundhog.  The female groundhog is pumpkin pancake decorated with candy eyes, blueberry nose, angel hair pasta, and tortilla teeth.  Underneath her head are three more round pumpkin pancakes.

*All the decorations are secured with a dab of syrup.

Bento of the Week Winner

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As I was making this muffin tin meal, it reminded me of the game whack a mole, except these are groundhogs.  Anyway, this is how I am tying my lunch into the Muffin Tin Monday game theme :-)

What I used to make this muffin tin meal.
Muffin tin.  Mine is pretty old.
Scalloped silicone cups.  Daiso Japan
Silicone prep bowl.  Cost Plus World Market
Monkey snack cup lid.  Dollar Tree (this is what I used to cut out the pancake and I cut around it for the English muffin)
Squirrel and bow picks.  Bento USA

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  1. Love those groundhogs! Cute!

  2. Those are sooo cute! Now I really want breakfast. Thanks for linking up!

  3. Thanks to everyone for the nice comments. This one was a fun brunch to make!

  4. It really does look like Whack-a-Mole! LOL! Way cute. The groundhogs are adorable!

  5. I haaaaaate Whack-a-Mole. We have the home version. "Heeeeeeere moley moley moley! For a one-player game, hit a red mole. For a two-player game, hit a green mole!" in an annoying high pitched voice. AAAAAAAAUGH!

    Those are amazingly cute and creative groundhogs though!


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