The kids enjoyed the fried worms muffin tin, so I went on and made one for Mrs. Piggle Wiggle. This is such a wonderful and practical story about a wise woman who helps all of the mothers in the town train up their wayward kids. Each chapter covers a different fault that is plaguing a child. I filled each muffin space with a food reminding the kids of each chapter in the book.
Top row of tin~
- Chocolate coconut milk to represent the chapter on kids who never want to go to bed.
- Little tiny cheese cubes to represent the chapter on kids who are small bite takers and never finish their meals.
- Hot dogs and pickles on a stick represent the kids who never clean their rooms and need their food lifted up to their bedroom windows on a pitch fork (because they are trapped in their messy rooms).
- A root beer float to represent the sweetness that comes when siblings stop fighting all the time.
- Sunflower seeds that represent the parrot that taught children to stop talking back to their parents.
- A radish to represent what could happen to kids who never take a bath. (They just might get dirty enough to grow radishes on.)
- Finished off with a label that read, "Don't Touch (insert child's name) Food", to represent the selfish children who never share.