This week has been rough. Well, really just Monday. In the course of 5 hours I got rejected from getting in state tuition (even though I have been here in Cali for over two years), got into a minor car accident (on my way to…), missed my job interview, and embarrassed myself later in the … More Pumpkin Pecan Muffins
Hi! I am sorry it has been so long since my last post; getting settled in Davis has been hectic. So far, I am really liking it here. I am living with 4 other junior transfers in a beautiful, two story house about 2 miles from campus. There is Kristi, the tall azn with gorgeous cheek … More Fruity Cobbler Muffins
As you know, I make muffins all. the. damn. time. My bran muffins were always just slightly off. They were either a little too branny or not enough. Too moist or too dry. Never again. I have finally found the perfect ratios of bran to wheat baking powder to flour wet to dry banana to … More The last bran muffin recipe you will e v e r need.
The inspiration for these muffins came from the house party last weekend. We made bomb pina coladas. So good that I wanted them for breakfast. However, because I am not an alcoholic, it seemed slightly inappropriate. So how else could I have a pina colada for breakfast other than in muffin form? These aren’t very … More If you like pina coladas…
I am sorry it has been so long since I posted a recipe! My meals have been very simple and not really blog worthy. For instance… Curried veggie stir fry with coconut shreds Personal pizza with mozzarella, cod, tomatoes, green onions, white onions & salt Roll your own sushi with raw salmon, julienned veggies, nori, … More Carrot Ginger Muffins
Whole Muffins or Bust! Why put the lime in the coconut when you can put it in the muffin? Hi Everyone! I am Lori from What Runs Lori. I’m here to entertain you while Ms. Lauren is living the life in Tibet (seriously, how awesome is that?!)! Let me just start by saying that I … More Guest Post: Lori from What Runs Lori
Y’all must make these today. They are amazing. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins Recipe: Makes 5 muffins Separate the wet ingredients and the dry ingredients into separate bowls. Combine and mix with as few spatula swipes as possible. Divide into 5 or 6 muffin tins that have been sprayed with canola oil. Bake at 400 for … More OMG, these are better than Starbucks!