Crudites, via Martha Stewart
A thick slice of baguette, with a little well hollowed out on the diagonal side. Fill with fresh veggies and a dollop of dip.
Salad Cups and Dessert in a Jar, via Martha Stewart (includes sources)
A fresh salad becomes a cool hors d'oeuvre presented in a paper cup with a mini wooden fork.
A sticky dessert is sweet and sophisticated when served in a glass jar with a little spoon (this would be a great favor idea!)
Sprinkled Milk, source unknown
What an adorable way to serve milk at a child's party! Dip the rim of a glass in water, then dip the rim into a dish of sprinkles, turning gently to coat. When filling the decorated glasses with milk, use a funnel to avoid disturbing the sprinkles.
These darling dessert cups are a grown-up take on the popular "dirt" kid's cake. Glass votives are filled with chocolate pudding, then topped with crushed chocolate wafers. Tuck in a lavender bloom or lemon verbena, and serve with a wooden spoon (doubles as a plant marker).
Mini Grilled Cheese, via fresh tart
Mini food is so adorable! These baby grilled cheese sandwiches are made with baguette slices, and served atop a steaming espresso cup filled with tomato soup.
Edible chocolate cups can be used to serve ice cream, pudding, sorbet, or cold fruit soups. See Bakerella's post for the full instructions.