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February 18, 2014

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Kathryn McAllister

So many possibilities, definitely going try these muffins.
I have used them baked with cookie dough over the top, makes an easy peasy pudding.

Litl Bits

I'll be over shortly....will you have some of those yummy muffins and fresh coffee ready?
I'll bring some supplies and we can hook while we chat...
wouldn't that be "loverly"?

Carol

Your muffins look delicious! I've been a bit obsessed with muffins recently - been experimenting with replacing the sugar with healthier alternatives - date syrup, molasses and maple syrup have all worked well. Off to try out your recipe now - thanks :)

Lizy Tish

They look delicious! Now you are making me want to make muffins....

OkeCrafter

Looking at these gorgeous muffins made my mouth water. They look so delicious! I think this will be on my list of makes when I get back to the UK. Thank you for sharing. XX

Elisa

Yummy they sound divine, I have some frozen summer berries lurking in the back of the freezer, I bought them with the good intention of smoothie making....muffins sound much more tempting :-)

Mercy Gallardo

I always have them in my freezer so that when the craving is there, they´re simply ready for any baking...Aldi has raspberries too..

Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy I hope our Aldi has those frozen fruits. Will be looking tomorrow.
Am enjoying half term week making bread and lots of crochet!
Have a lovely book called The book of buns by Jane Mason. Recipes from around the world. A really good book.

Inge

Delicious muffins!

Anne Marie

I have bought that fruit mix in Aldi, for smoothie making, although sometimes they remain in freezer as it's outside in garage! I must must make those muffins. Look great. I used to have a Nespresso milk frother and heater but as it was so much trouble to use, with the plug etc, I decided to sell it, so got £40 on Ebay.

Jennifer

Lovely images.

Emily

I love frozen berries! I'm not a big fan of berries on their own (unless they are strawberries of course! yum!) but in smoothies they are delicious! (and cheaper than buying them fresh...)

Those muffins look so delicious I want to go make some right now!

Jess C

I just walked straight through into the kitchen and made these up...... only 20min to go. yum!

Karen

Great idea, maybe we'll have muffins tomorrow too!

Cockney Blonde

Yummy! I use frozen fruits quite a lot but never thought to add them to muffin mixture, x

Sarah

Used the last of my own picked and frozenblackberries this week with your muffins recipes , Lucy.
I pick then soak them in vinegar for one hour, rinse and freeze.
Brilliant through the winters months.
Last week apple and blackberry pie, yum yum.
Fijne vakantie.

Cheryl Thoms

Now I need a milk frother :-).
A trip to the local Aldi is set for later today and I will be making your muffins this weekend.

CJ

I remember when I discovered frozen berries too, a lightbulb moment! They're brilliant in smoothies as well, you can take out just a few at a time, it makes them really good value compared to fresh ones I think.

Jacqueline

The fruits look delicious. I always try to keep some in the freezer and use them in baking. As well as eating them with yoghurt I also enjoy them with rice pudding!

Joy

Great call crazy lady :-) lots of love Joy xx

Jackie

Sounds yummy! I may have to go and seek of some frozen berries of my own, there's an Aldi in the next town about 15 mins away. I've never had muffins for breakfast either but there's always a first time for everything :O)x

Izzy

The muffins look delicious… I really must try them!

Caroline

Delicious looking muffins...think I will give those a go! Caroline xx

Miriam

Mmmm...muffins! I'm off to read your recipe. I can see breakfast muffins in my future!

Judith from Germany

Every summer I collect blackberries in the woods and along the fields. Everytime I go for a walk I take my little bucket with me. At home I wash the berries and put them into boxes. Then they are put into the freezer. Everytime I long for bakingfun I defrost some. Is cheaper than Aldi and more fun anyway!

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