I was searching through the bottom drawer of the freezer and found a bag of over ripe bananas. I didn't date the bag so I had no clue how long they had been in there. They didn't looked frosty, so I thawed them, and they were fine. I pondered making a traditional banana bread, but it seems that in a household of two, the last bit always ends up wasted. Muffins, on the other hand, always get eaten. Since Jeff and I are both huge blueberry fans, I searched for a recipe for banana blueberry muffins. The recipe I chose has a cinnamon crumb topping... I knew it was the winner!
I tweaked the recipe slightly by adding 1 1/2 cups blueberries, because that is the increment I freeze them in. This couple likes a muffin LOADED with blueberries! I made 11 muffins instead of 12, because I prefer odd numbers. Actually, I prefer larger muffins.
They turned out great. A perfect breakfast on a chilly Saturday morning. Here is a link to the recipe:
On the pottery front, I am back to making piggy banks. I love the names that I am asked to put on pigs. This week I have Stella, Grant, and Rayla. Check out my Etsy shop if you need to gift someone a pig. They are great baby gifts!