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January 29, 2013


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As ever, cosy warmth and colour spill from your page, lovely.


You can use frozen fruit in these; it works really weel; I tend to stir in the blueberries but poke individual raspberries into each muffin with my finger. I then have to lick my finger at the end but such hardships are the lot of all cooks...

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Sounds like lovely mid-winter activities.Alot of the same here,cept the baking has been more savory,meat pies and breads.The blanket is coming along nicely I see.Love the tulips,I'll soon have daffodils blooming,if a freeze doesn't come along..Now I'm in the mood for muffins!

ale balanzario

Thanks for the recipe, muffins really look good!


Those muffins looks devine!!! I might have to try them.


Ohhhh! These look so delicious! And sound so easy! Especially since you can add anything you like - never have the same muffins twice in one week. Your pictures are drool-worthy! xoxo, Jess


looking very jummy indeed! Great idea, to add a layer of soft fruit rather than stirring it in. Will have to give it a try.


Oh they look lovely and I'm sure they are very tasty as well. Are there any substitutes that can be used instead of the self-raising flour? As far as I've checked, we don't have that in Norway. Help? LOVE the muffin cases!


Thank you for the recipe. I was looking for an (easy) one as I just bought the muffin form. Muffins are not so popular in my country, but there's some movement in this issue as recipes start to appear in magazines and cooking blogs. Thanks again.


Lovely recipe !My husband would like these muffins! thanks for sharing, they look delicious in your performance. Lucy :)
have a wonderful day!


Lovely muffins! Funnily I posted this week aboutaking raspberry jam - I should of kept some raspberries back to make muffins!

Cockney Blonde

Thanks for the recipe and yummy photos. I'm seriously back into my baking since we moved into new 'hobbit' home. May have to give these a try, x


Hi Lucy, so happy I found your blog, I find it very amusing, it all looks so nice in your home, so warm and cosy. Anyway, you got me making these in the weekend!!
Greetings from Holland.


Did I dream it or did you have wellies with a wool patten on them ,and were would I get them.your blog is great,BUT I'M SURE YOU KNOW THAT YOUR HARD WORK HAS PAYED OFF. OPPS WENT INTO CAPS. any way I,m very much starting out now making travelling woollberries crochet project bags.doing my own lino printing on 100% made cotton bags .hope you like them http://green-glamour.blogspot.com . Also your little wooden hearts with sayings on are i found country bloomers web site with nice ribbons to. yum to the muffin .


Mmmmmm, Yummy, I suspect I might be making these this afternoon!
Angie x


Your muffins look amazing ... I shall have to give them a go ... thanks for sharing ... Bee xx

Rose Petal | Happy Ramblings

Dear Lucy, these look so yummy! What a brilliant idea you had to add the fruit the way you have shown. I never thought to do it that way. My berry muffins always end up pink or purple depending upon which berries I have added because I mix them into the batter.


thanks Lucy for the recipe! I have made quite a few of your recipes and really enjoyed them all-especially the little oat cookies-they were gone in no time!


Oh my they look yummy ... !! xxx

Mineya Giordani

these look amazing! Probably were delicious..
I really enjoy visiting you, everything is so colorful!
Thanks for all!
Kiss, Mi.


Hi Lucy - lovely post as ever, reminding me of those happy family weekends so many years ago now, when the weather was cold and it was ok just to "mooch" about the house, bake, sew or knit, and keep the rest of the world out. Enjoy these years as they are so precious and they go so fast. I should know as my babies are 33 and 28 and it seems a lifetime ago now. I haven't baked for ages but I think I will go and buy a muffin tin and some cases and have a go.
The days are slowly getting longer and the outside world will soon be calling :)

Julia Lask

I have just been to the shop to buy some fruit to make your muffins. You not only inspire me with your wonderful crochet, now with baking too. My son is going to love these muffins, I can't wait to get started.
Thank you for the recipe,
Julia :)


Lucy, I tried your recipe right away with apples, and the muffins were perfect! I'm buying you a coffee! Thanks for taking the time to explain:

Maria João

The muffins seem so delicious that I'm going to try... thank you.

Jane in U.S.

Must pass on something I've learned on Pinterest and that ACTUALLY WORKS. Like magic. As soon as you get home with your beautiful berries, toss them in a bowl of 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water. Whirl them around, leave them for a few minutes, then rinse in clear water. (They say you don't need to rinse, but I do.) I then toss them in a colander, and refrigerate. You will be astounded at how many days they will last. No mold. They will wrinkle before they mold. Please try!
Love your blog.

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