I've been frustrated at my inability to find jello molds like these in America, thus unable to send homemade jello in the kids' packed lunches. (And by homemade, I mean, of course, simply from a jello box.) I got the idea last night, though to put jello in these durable muffin cups, and if I do say so myself, they turned out cute!
I did have to wrap them in cling film and then put them in an EasiYo tub (which I then realized are also perfect for putting jello in), but I think the kids will have fun with them at lunch anyway.
Their lunches today consist of cheddar cheese and summer sausage slices, saltine crackers (also wrapped in cling film to keep the moisture out so they don't get stale or soggy by lunch time), blueberries, kiwi, baby carrots and mint chocolate chip cookies. They also go a juice box and a banana (not pictured).
Think this qualifies as "high tea"? Probably not. Maybe next time I do the jello teacups, I'll do cucumber sandwiches and fairy cakes too.