Distracted Baking

Flat muffins. This is what happens when baking powder and baking soda are left out of a muffin recipe. I’m not that great of a baker, so I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that this happened to me. And of course, this wasn’t a baking moment with the children, though they were my main distraction. I would also like to place some of the blame on the recipe itself, a blogger’s recipe in which the dry and wet ingredients were all over the place, instead of in order of use. The muffins did still taste good to the girls; they barely lasted a day. And this morning I had to redeem myself and baked another batch of muffins (from a different recipe), with all three girls helping as well. Those turned out perfect, beautiful, and yummy.

flat muffins

flat muffins

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