Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Yummy Mummy Lunch!



We were asked to make a few Halloween lunches for New Jersey Family magazine and our lunches were just featured in their October issue! This Mummy Lunch was one of them.

MUMMY LUNCH WITH COFFIN CHIPS...

1 Slice of Dark German Wheat Bread
2 Slices of Provolone Cheese or Mozzarella Cheese Sticks
1 Mini Marshmallow
1 Raisin

Cut the edges of the bread to round the corners. Take the cheese and cut it into strips. Lay the strips of cheese on the bread crossing each other and leaving a opening for the eyes. Cut around the edges and snip off the cheese to fit the bread. Cut 1 mini marshmallow in half and place in the opening for the eyes. Cut 1 raisin and place on the marshmallow for the pupil.

COFFIN CHIPS...

Tortillas
Cooking spray
Kosher salt

Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees. We placed our tortilla on a cutting board and cut out coffin shapes with a knife. You could use a cookie cutter. We did not have one so we cut out one and used that for a guide to cut out the rest. Take the coffin tortilla shapes and place on a cookie sheet. Spray the tops with cooking spray. Flip over and spray the rest. Bake for about 10 minutes flipping over half way. Sprinkle with kosher salt when they are finished baking.

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11 comments:

  1. Hey I"m a new follower from Welcome wednesday would love to see you follow at http://imamomnotaprofessional.blogspot.com/
    thanks!

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  2. Congrats on being in a magazine. Such a cute mummy made by a clever mummy! ;-)

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  3. Awww, love it! The chips are a nice touch, hehe.

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  4. What a fun idea. I will have to do this and some of your other cute snacks w my kiddos! I'm your newest follower from sun scholars. would love for you to join my site as well.

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  5. Oh this is fantastic! My kids will love it! And I would love for you to share it at my Everything Halloween party starting this Sunday!

    http://midwesternsewinggirl.blogspot.com/2011/09/everything-halloween-preview.html

    Thanks so much!

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  6. A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E. As always... This brings a smile to my face and any kid would love it!

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  7. How cute! This lunch would really make my boys want to eat it all up! I'm adding it to my post this afternoon!

    Kelsey
    www.snowconeslollipops.com

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  8. Too cute!!! This will make such a fun luncbox surprise.

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  9. I just recently started making fun lunches for my boys! I'll have to do this one soon :) Thanks for sharing!

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