The recipe calls for strawberry jam, but when you have a whole shelf full of jam you just pick whatever floats your boat that day. Today it was raspberry. :-)
With all of our ingredients line up Sadie soon joined us in the kitchen. After the sweet little princesses got done fighting over who would stir and who would add the ingredients, it went pretty smooth. ;-)
|STRAWBERRY SURPRISE MUFFINS|
1 cup flour (we use whole wheat)
3 tablespoons honey
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup yogurt (any flavor or plain)
2 tablespoons melted butter
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Mix everything except the jam, until flour is moistened. Fill greased muffin tins 1/2 full. Add a spoonful of jam, then more batter to fill cups 2/3rds full.Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.
As I step out on the backporch I am greeted by this big guy...
And I can't find my
broom weapon...but wait, what's this??
Oooooohh, and it even has a pokey thing on the end. I think this will work just fine!
Yep, sure does! When I make it to the garage, I of course have completely forgotten what in the world I even came here for. I stand around and scratch my head for a bit. Oh YEAH, I'm supposed to reclaiming my laundry room from a flock of chickens. I trudge back to the house weapon and screen in hand. These chickens will NOT get the best of me!!!!
When I am done, I stand back and admire my work.
it's nowhere near as fancy as Sweet Man would have made it.
He would have put hinges on it with a sky light and exhaust fan I'm sure...
You see how farming brings out creativity?
I am even using a pool stick for their little roost. :-0
Bet you don't want to come over and play pool now....