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January 29, 2013

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Louise

These sound delightful and look delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

Veronica

Muffins look gorgeous and many thanks for a great tutorial on the ripple blanket - after many attempts (4) I finally got it and am really pleased with the result. Love checking in to see what's happening in your world. We have a knit and natter group in Tipperary, Ireland (The Bookworm Crafters)and we have a facebook page and you are a regular feature on it. Thank again.

Abigail @ Rosyhill

A good muffin recipe that works is worth its weight in gold so I look forward to having a go! I have mastered savoury ones, it is time do the same for sweet - no more door stoppers! Abigail x

Jill

The muffins look fabulous! I have just recently 'discovered' your blog and it has been a lovely colourful, relaxing and inspiring read over the past few chilly Winter weeks. Thank you!

Rachael

What d'ya know. I just got my flour out to weigh out my muffin ingredients. My recipe is very similar and equally adaptable. Having said that, I'm about to attempt it with soya milk in order to make it dairy free. Wish me luck.

joyforthesoul

I need to do that!! Going to Google now :-)

Thanks!!
janie

Rosie

Oh yum, I think I shall be tempted to try these on my day off on Friday, the raspberry ones look especially wonderful. My local bakery makes similar ones and adds white chocolate drops, too - such decadence!
It's lovely to read that you and little B bake together. My son often cooked with me when he was growing up and is now, at 25, a keen and accomplished cook, much to the delight of his girlfriend who can't cook at all!
Thank you so much, as always for your lovely posts reminding us of the simple and precious joys of life.

Gillian

These sound scrummy. I agree, muffins absolutely have to be fresh, they just aren't the same the next day.

Gillian x

Kirsten

Hmmm looks like a delicious recipe! Maybe I'll try it out sometime :)

Love, Kirsten

Dorothy

muffins look great. But now I must get out the calculator and figure measurements and temperatures.
Oh dear.

busylittlechicken

MMmmmm... will definitely be making these this week!! I may even add a bit of chocolate with those raspberry's....yummy :)

Nikki

Lucy these look fab - will definitely be baking some! Nikki

Heather

Oh my...these look too good. I want them now and it's 9:35 pm and I do not have enough flour. Look forward to trying these out. I saw the pic on Facebook and was hoping for the recipe soon. Thanking you! xx

Rhona

I've just been eating some of your wonderful lemon drizzle recipie while reading that, now I want to switch the oven again and have a go at the muffins!!! Reading your blog may not be good for my waistline!!! (Great for inspiring a happy heart though :-)) xxx

Wenche

These muffins look delicious. We have to try your recipe.

Lynne Gill

They do look lovely and quite (ahem) healthy too! I think we might try them here in NZ with the children, they do love a sweet treat and we (my daughter-in-law) are into cooking and baking new recipes at the moment. Currently challenging each other to Jamie's 15 minute meals. Needless to say they are taking longer than 15 minutes! But delicious never-the-less!

Maple Trueheart

Everything looks as cosy and fluffy as you told us. Your muffins look delicious and even the cappucino or hot chocolate is mouth watering. I always adore your colourful blankets and actually your complete colourful home. I wish I could say those nice things about my family. At the moment I feel a bit lonely cause my children left home for studying in another town and there's always a lot of work to do for my job. But reading about your happy family life makes me a bit happier. Enjoy the time with your lovely children cause it's over too soon, at least when looking backwards. Wish you the best.

Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy quite agree we had muffins over the weekend. So good out of the oven still warm. Will try your recipe next week. I agree about making them in small batches. xx

Jacquie

Ummmmmmmmm, these look yummy Lucy and a perfect way to enjoy fruit in the winter :0)
Will certainly having a go at making some .
Jacquie x

5ladybirdlane

They look delicious! I might give them a try, cold weather and baking/eating go hand in hand. Sarah

Kate

The only thing to be said for leaving muffins to cool is they they come out of the cases more readily so you don't need to pick all the left-over yummy bits out. Rarely happens in this house, we just have to pick all those hot sticky bits out the cases...

Tarnyia

Thank you for sharing your recipe they look so yummy xxx

Cassandra

Mmm those muffins look yummy! You may have started a muffin craving here!

Paula

Lovely! I thought the same thing (about Alicia) when I saw your post ~ she was very funny about muffins being her 'thing'! We all need to have our thing, right?! These muffins look lovely and as always you always give a wonderfully detailed account ~ thank you for that!
Our winter here in New England is much like yours, I believe. Time for cozy and comfy...spring and busy-ness will be here soon enough :)

Anne

Thanks for the recipe! These really look good, and I like the way you add the fruit, layered, not into the batter, which if using blueberries will turn the mix a gross shade of purple/yellow.:-)
I love the first photo ~ such beautiful tulips ~ vase, mug, and the yellow on the fireplace tiles. You have such a warm, bright, cheerful home. I really enjoy visiting here.
Thanks for sharing,
Anne♥

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