Those look amazing! What did you bake the muffins in in the top pictures?So ironic you posted about sugar, I just finished off a box of dark chocolate Valentine's hearts :)
I'm so getting that apron for my 12-yr-old son who has mastered all things with a formula - glucose turns into energy and waste according to him! Sugar makes my world go around... Happy weekend!xxoo
Alexis, the first muffins were baked in some of those Chantal baking/serving dishes. I have a few odd shapes that are great for individual servings.Buzz, let's get your son cooking with sugar!I should note that I change up this recipe a bit to omit the eggs due to a son's egg allergy. No one usually can tell tho!And my son's college swim team just scarfed down several batches before you could say blueberry muf.......
Genius! I love it!
Yum. I'm going to humming that now all day, ahh honey honey...
Aren't you clever, to multi purpose your tea stainer! Neat idea. At risk of sounding like a broken record, your work is gorgeous!Best,Susan
Too funny - I use my tea strainer for exactly the same thing!! As well as straining gravy - such a useful utensil! And of course love your clever apron!!
Kathy- Very, very sweet!The muffins look delicious!Loretta
I am in LOVE with that apron!!!! I am glad you are smart enough to whip out that formula as well :) Love the pics! XO
You are just so clever! And a formula for sugar...in hot pink. Oh yeah, baby!!!!!You are so sweet, Cathy!!!xoxo Elizabeth
Yummy!!! Take care, Caroline
You are so talented!What a cute apron :-)
That is the cutest idea for sprinkling powdered sugar. My kids would love that and it would be so comical. I am always looking for unique napkins so I am definitely going to see what you have here!
You are amazingly talented11 KS
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