Sunday, December 5, 2010

The niddering quocker-wodger bedecked the muliebrious sabermetrician, or Muffin Tin Monday menorah.














Happy Chanukah/Hanukkah! For our snack today we had a menorah muffin tin, with gelt candle holders and pretzel candles stuck in place with peanut butter. Behind our muffin tin are Maccabee shields, made by the boys during their Chanukah program at Sunday School.

Here's Corey singing before eating:


















And Zachary "lighting" the candles, also singing (please excuse the mess; I only declutter the night before the cleaning lady comes):


















For more muffin tin meals, go to Muffin Tin Mom. For more menorah crafts, one of which is edible, check out my last post.

(also, really awesome giveaway)

11 comments:

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love the Hanukkah tin! The chocolate would go over big with JDaniel.

Christina said...

What good idea. Great job!

SnoopyGirl said...

What a great idea to celebrate Hanukkah!

Rebecca said...

So creative!!

Creative Chaos @ The Play Connection, Inc. said...

Ha-ha wish I had a cleaning lady so that I would de-clutter! Neat Idea. I like their shields too.

Michelle, Muffin Tin Mom said...

Oh my gosh! What a great idea!!!! How clever. I absolutely love it. :)

Mommyof2girlz said...

What a wonderful idea for a menorah tin, so cute and yummy. Happy MTM :)

Lori said...

I love the menorah tin!

Stretching My Imagination said...

The gelt candleholders fit right in, and covering the tin with foil is a great idea to take it out of the every-day realm. Happy holiday to you :-)

kewkew said...

What a neat idea. I have been trying to teach my girls about what Hanukkah is. We've been reading through a book I found at the thrift store that is a little girl telling what they do in their family each night during Hanukkah. We were going to follow the recipe to make Latkes. Last year we lit a menorah each night (a paper one that we added a paper flame to) Your idea would be really cute for the girls.
Glad to see someone else's clutter. You have a cleaning lady? Can I borrow he

Melissa said...

I love your Menorah! We have been studying Hanukkah. :o)