Sunday Morning Breakfast: Seriously the easiest muffins ever. Bananas, pecans, a bit of oatmeal crumble. On the breakfast table, all warm and delightful, in under an hour (under 45 minutes if you hurry a bit).
So, in reference to the photo that looks like claws are coming to steal the muffins: my parents have this decorative metal lobster hanging on the porch railing, with the claws just above railing level. I thought that it was funny in a halloween like way, to have the clws coming up from the deal to steal my Banana Pecan Crunch Muffins. Nom. Happy Halloween. 🙂
OK, ok… one more blueberry recipe before I move on to some other obsession … Hands down, bar none, best blueberry muffins ever. I promise.
I’ve got visitors staying with me tonight and I thought I would be all “Bed and Breakfast-y” and make some muffins in case anyone is hungry in the morning. They were a bit of a flop, mainly because I think that my baking powder is getting old, so not a lot of rise to them — remember to buy fresh leavers, folks! They do taste great though, so nothing wrong with the recipe, just a chemical malfunction on my software.
This is what happens when one wakes up with a blueberry muffin craving: Pre-work baking. Good thing that I keep frozen blueberries and red currants in the freezer, for times like these! Easy peasy and done in under 45 minutes.
It was a few weeks ago that I made my Apple Fritter Bread. It was requested by guests (translation: my parents came to visit) that I make it again because it looked so good, but given my propensity to always try new things, I decided to take the exact same recipe to see if it would work as muffins. And you know what? They were just as good as the bread, which is to say that they were really yummy. The only thing that I had to change was to shorten the baking time. Revised as muffins recipe for your baking pleasure.