Every once in awhile, I like to post one of these super-easy, nothing-to- it recipes that even a beginner can handle with no problem. This is one of those recipes. That way, my old high-school friend Lisa won’t accuse me of being a Martha Stewart wannabe. Seriously, I’m not even close. Do you hear me? Not EVEN!
If you only saw my life on a daily basis, the flour on my nose and shirt, the weeds in my garden, no one would ever accuse me of that again.
Actually, most recipes aren’t that difficult if you just enjoy it. But sometimes, you just don’t feel like cooking for a long time…or baking.
Saturday night, I knew I needed to make something for our class Sunday morning. Unfortunately, it was almost midnight. And did I mention that I sent Mr. Wonderful out at 11:40 PM looking for coconut cream pudding for this recipe?
And that, my friends, is why I call him Mr. Wonderful.
Cuz he went.
And then later, he confessed that he really wanted to go to the Wal-Mart anyway to look at fishing lures. BUT, he got my pudding…at another store, cuz Wal-Mart didn’t carry it.
I needed something quick, something with out a lot of fuss but it had to be something good.
These muffins came to mind. A treat from the past, my mom used to make these as a quick bread, but somewhere along the line, they evolved into muffins.
Super moist and dense, they are a pleasant surprise to bite into. The moistness comes from a packet of pudding and ….
C’mon now, what is muffin batter anyway but flour, sugar, salt….all the ingredients in, YES, cake mix!
Throw a few simple ingredients into your mixing bowl and a mere minute later you’re pouring the smooth batter into bread or muffin tins. Try this recipe, you won’t be sorry!
Katie’s Printable Recipe- Poppyseed Muffins