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Muffin bread



For the longest time, we didn't have a muffin pan. I don't know why, I never bothered to buy one. 
 Not having a muffin pan, didn't keep me from creating muffin bread (muffin mix baked in a loaf pan).

Every time I made muffin bread for my two lovelies, the muffin bread story would grow and grow, until one day last year


when we bought a muffin pan and the story seamed to end or did it just begin.


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  1. you must sing this when you read it to the muffin man tune ok?
    "DO YOU KNOW THE MUFFINLESS PAN FAM
    MUFFINLESS PAN FAM
    MUFFINLESS PAN FAM
    DO YOU KNOW THE MUFFINLESS PAN FAM THAT NOW HAS SOME PAM AND A PAN?"
    so silly I made myself laugh reading/singing that to my husband.
    I must admit, I dont have one either.

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  2. Hi Sony,

    I saw your comment over at Cry's place and came to meet you. I enjoyed my little "peek" into your world so much I clicked to follow!!!

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  3. Ooops - - - I looked again, I SHOULD have said Sonya!

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  4. oh! Your little boy is soooo cute! and he bakes too:) don't worry about the muffin pan...it's great that you have one now...but I bet those loaves were just as yummy!
    And yes! I talk to trees ALL the time...so glad I have met someone else who does too:)

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  5. awesome! I love a boy in the kitchen. my sister once suggested using old (cleaned well) tuna cans to use to make those big muffins... here is mine: http://craftygeordi.blogspot.com/2011/01/this-moment-special-evening.html

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  6. wow I don't know how to do cupcakes, snif snif, and your boy yes snif snif.. I have 2 left hands.

    You can see my moment here: http://www.giozi.com

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