Muffins are one of my favorite things to bake. They are quick, easy and good to eat any time of day. Plus they are already individual servings. Kid friendly. Portable. I could go on forever, but I think you get the idea.
Inspired by my coconut chocolate chip pear tea cake recipe and using various ingredients I found when stocking the new pantry I came up with this recipe. Everyone in the family loves pears and they are still pretty good from the store. My problem is they don’t last in the house so I usually don’t get a chance to bake with them. Continue reading →
This week is going to be a little crazy for us since all three boys have swim lessons starting Tuesday. I decided to survive this schedule change it is going to require some planning ahead. Our biggest issues are dinner and breakfast. The boys will be eating their dinner at the gym twice a week while I work out and then they will have swim lessons. As for breakfast, Jack tends to sleep a little later the morning after swim so it will need to be portable to eat while walking to the bus.
I have been wanting to make these muffins for quite some time now. What has been stopping me, well my three sons. Every time I buy bananas they eat them so quickly I don’t have a chance to ever see them ripen enough to use for baking! I finally got smart and got a HUGE bunch of bananas. Success, they weren’t able to eat them all before I got my hands on them. Continue reading →
Let me start by saying I love to bake, and usually I do not make baked goods light or healthy often. Baked goods are treats and meant to be made with all the good stuff like real butter. This recipe, however, is a somewhat healthier cookie. Continue reading →