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February 18, 2014


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I discovered frozen fruit accidentally last year too. Frozen rhubarb and apple pieces (already sliced) are great for an impromptu crumble. No peeling!

Taciana Simmons

What a wonderful start of the day... Can't wait till Saturday...I'm going to try your easy peasy recipe :)


I have frozen berries so am going to make these now. After your last delicious recipe of bread I just can't wait to taste these. I know the kids are going to love them so they will not last. Thanks for the great recipes.

Annie Chermak

I love how you share your mornings! Thanks for showing off your frother -- I love your little Nespresso/Bodum system! (and the muffins look simply amazing!)


Those frozen berries are perfect for mixing into good porridge in winter...

Helen jones

I make a similar muffin- known by my family as 'fruits of the freezer'.They tend to contain whatever has emerged first in the rummage( oh the joys of a chest freezer).I can highly recommend the Aldi frozen raspberries- they crumble into muffins- no need to chop.


The muffins look wonderful! I buy fresh berries, freeze them in a pie tin, then put them in a freezer zip lock bag and have them year round. I do love some frozen berries! I also love your frothed milk! I had a handy little milk frother but dropped it on my tile floor...I am going to look for another one soon!

Andrina T

Delish! I need to get some of this made, seriously. And thank you for the recipe! :)

denise clason

Sew and Sow sent me to your blog, what a fun recipe. I love making muffins! And these look yummy!


I use frozen berries all the time, my own as long as I have them and then shop bought otherwise. We use them for everything from sauces, to cake maing and most days for home made smoothies, you know what is in them then!! Glad you have discovered them too Lucy x

Ann Snell

Died and gone to heaven!

Angela-Southern USA

AW, bless little B! :) I can just see a puzzled look and wonder on his face. Bingo wings...thanks for that laugh! (not that I would know or anything.) ;D Must try some granola on my next batch of muffins.Those look de-lish!I like to eat the fruit half thawed, as is. Happy muffin mornings!

Amy at love made my home

They sound lovely and great tip to buy frozen berries, especially at this time of year when they are so expensive. I suspect that this is one that you will be repeating! xx

Cristal @ Dapple Design

That does sound yummy! We grow blueberries, raspberries and strawberries in our garden and always freeze some of the bounty for winter splurges. They're fabulous on granola with yogurt or warmed gently and spooned over pancakes. Be sure to try your berries with pancakes next.

happy just doing

Mmmm... and a colourful touch of summer to boot :o) They look most tasty!

Jane Denholm

I just had to chuckle after reading your comment in brackets about a present from J - your coffee maker or J is loved the most?!

Rachael Iddon

Being an allotment holder, I am VERY familiar with frozen berries. I put them in muffins just as you said, still frozen and they usually hold together well. I like raspberry and white chocolate chips. They are good in smoothies too. Enjoy the rest of half term.😀


I love Aldi's frozen berries - discovered them very recently. :). Your muffins look delicious!

Winwick Mum

Hooray, it must have been a muffin day - I've been baking them too! Mine were lemon curd and although I've never made them before, I'll certainly be making them again! xx

Daisy Jones

oooh sounds scrummy might even have to shop at Aldi...love your muffin recipe,,,xx


I've recently discovered frozen berries too - I stew them with a bit of cinnamon and a small amount of sugar. Totally divine over icecream!

These muffins look delicious, nothing like a warm bake straight from the oven :)

Jones x


I buy those very same punnets of fruits to make Eton Mess and Pavlova and muffins and to eat alongside chocolate brownies... endless possibilities - Just brilliant!

Judy Jones

What time do you open for breakfast, sounds delicious!! x


They look delicious! Brilliant breakfast food for sure,


They sound delicious. Trip to Aldi needed!
Carol xx

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