Friday, April 4, 2014
So I have a muffin recipe that fits the "food should be easy, fast, and delicious" bill. They are so quick to whip up, I call them "ten-minute muffins." They are that awesome. 

Here's the recipe (makes 12 muffins):

2 cups flour
1 tsp salt
3 tsp baking powder
3/4 cups milk
1/2 cup oil
1/2 honey (or sugar or agave - whatever you want!)
1 egg
splash of vanilla
1 cup frozen berries

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Mix the dry ingredients together, then dump in all the wet ones and mix again. Fold in the berries. Bake for 18-20 minutes. Voila!  
These are more moist than cake (promise!), melty-in-the-mouth, and the perfect balance of sweet. I am always asked "for the recipe, please?" when I share them, and since I can single-handedly eat one-third of the batch in one sitting...I always share them. Ryan and Olivia also really love. You will, too, I hope? :) 

Favorite Links!

1 | General Conference is this weekend. Hooray! Make a batch of those muffins, pull up a chair , and watch. It's the most time weekend of the year for learning about faith, family, courage, hope, Jesus Christ, raising children, having a happier marriage, having a happier life...

2 | This yoga class (online and free!) really did make me sweat. I love yoga, and throwing weights into a practice sometimes makes it even more awesome. 

3 | Loved what Melanie Burk had to say about collaborations and personal projects to boost and refine your creativity. 

4 | This free, pretty desktop calendar was another favorite find from the Nicole's Classes blog.

5 | The gorgeous type, design, and peonies in this one - my favorite find on Pinterest the week!


  1. I've been on the hunt for a quick and healthy muffin recipe, so I'm gonna have to give this a try! Do you know if you could use 1 C of wheat flour and 1 C of regular flour? Just a thought!

    1. You bet! That will make them even better, I bet. Great idea.

  2. i love you for this! Can't wait to get them mastered half as good as yours. xo


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