Muffin time

March 2, 2009 at 10:53 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

I waste a lot of time. Like, this weekend I spent — no kidding — two hours looking for the perfect muffin recipe to solve my ever-present breakfast dilemma.

 I was envisioning wheaty but not cardboardy, moist, crisp, hot, sweet but not too sweet. And it’s nearly impossible to judge that based on a list of ingrediants and directions. This would be a risk. So I chucked multiple hours into the time-grinder while I sifted through recipes: some required too much: whole overrripe bananas — who has the patience to wait for a banana to go bad? Some were too cupcake-y. I turned them away, this is no job for you, sweetcheeks. Finally I cracked open my trusty Moosewood cookbook that I’ve had for like 10 years and found their Multigrain Muffin recipe. Kevin accompanied me on a trek to the grocery store through the sideways-blowing snow and picked up ingrediants we lacked. We added a half cup of applesauce and a half cup of crushed walnuts to the proceedings.

And friends, I have to tell you, it was worth it: wheaty but not cardboardy, moist, crisp, hot, sweet but not too sweet. This morning I packed up two of these and — abracadabra — portable breakfast.

But it is really easy to spend way too much time on muffins.

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  1. I implore you to make pumpkin spelt muffins. Implore.

  2. sounds yummy!!

  3. Let me clarify, gingery pumpkin spelt muffins. When your oven is back in order.

  4. Gingerypumpkinspelt Muffins? Yes. I’m in. As soon as my oven complies.
    I will use an egg timer this time.


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