My boys ate these like they were not going to see food for days. They are so good and wholesome I didn't dare tell them what was in them. Why ruin a serving of veggies? The recipe is so wholesome:
1 1/2 C whole wheat flour :: 1 C rolled oats (I used whole wheat) :: 1 Tbs baking poweder :: 1/2 tsp salt :: 1 tsp ground cinnamon :: combine all in bowl
1 egg :: 1 C milk :: 1/4 C oil :: 1/4 honey :: in another bowl combine and mix well :: add wet ingredients to the dry and stir until just moistened
1 1/2 C squash (or any berry you like) :: fold in squash :: fill greased muffin tins 2/3 full :: sprinkle top with cinnamon sugar :: bake at 400 degrees for 15 - 20 min
Heather Jane from Living Senses blogged about Simply in Season (where this recipe came from) so of coarse I had to check it out. She confirmed for me that yes, I should really get this cookbook. That's all I needed to hear to justify a purchase. I'd go ahead and get a copy if I were you ... so you don't end up squashed too!
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some of a kind...what"s that all about anyway?
Most of my inspiration for sewing and decorating comes from what I've seen of others creations. The majority of my sewing is generated from patterns and tutorials; therefore, I feel what I make is some of a kind.
It has my personal touch made with lots of love based on the ingenuity of others and some seam ripping of my own.