Goodness gracious, good and light. Aunt Martha (Martha White) helps me make the best muffins. She makes it so easy and they're packed full of fruit and flavor.
Yummy anytime of the year. And before you question it, please know that my blog is all personal. I am not paid by any company. I enjoy blogging too much to have someone tell me what to say.
But don't you just love those muffin mixes that I'm just so sure she puts together with her own little hands? Of course she's been around since 1899 I think. I do like to keep several packages of her mixes in my baking cabinet all the time so I have something to whip up and serve with coffee.
Well, my mom was gonna come have coffee with me this morning so I baked up my two favorite flavors in my Texas Muffin pan. I know you don't get as many muffins when you use those pans, but I love the larger size, don't you?
All sorts of delicious crops are ready for the picking here in Florida, vegetables and fruit. The strawberries are just about gone here so I had to buy some at the grocery store but the blueberries are just getting plump for the pickin'and these came off my bushes.
Since the berries were in the refrigerator, I thought I'd use a few to garnish the delicious muffins for our little morning get-together. Pretty, huh?
And you all know how I just love any excuse in the book to use my Pfaltzgraff Folk Art. I've collected this pattern as my china since they appeared in the Gayfers Dept. stores in the 80's. I even registered it as my wedding pattern and received so many pieces.
We both really enjoyed the morning with good coffee, good muffins, and a whole lot of good conversation. I hope you can get these muffin mixes wherever you grocery shop. Sweet n Happy baking from Lillie Mae to all of you sweet faithful readers.