|This muffin is GLORIOUS!|
|Wet and dry ingredients about to be combined - yes, there are 3 eggs in these muffins!|
|This has to be the most important step; all the juice must be squeezed out of the crushed pineapple or else the muffins will be soggy|
|The best part of squeezing out the pineapple juice was drinking it! (And yes, I cook in my headscarf!)|
|I started shredding the carrots by hand then quickly remembered I had a shredder blade! Done in 5 seconds!|
|The colorful batter before mixing|
|The batter is super chunky|
|Ready to go in the oven|
I put Nia in her high chair and she held her little muffin as though it were treasure. She's taken to now saying, "Tain-tu Mommy!" when I give her things - food especially, and it warms my heart to hear her say this!
She studied her little muffin then started taking nibbles of it. Over the course of the day she ended up eating it down until only about a 1/2" even layer was left which I happily gobbled up!
Mr. Love Bird came home and tried a muffin and he thought it was so good he got mad! He proclaimed that they needed to be sold in stores and then ate a second one (I ate two as well).
So there you have it - these Morning Glory Muffins brought happiness to our home this weekend, and I hope you give them a try too!