Category: Muffins and Scones

Bing Cherry Lime Scones

Bing Cherry Lime Scones This recipe is short and sweet. When I first started blogging here at Turnips 2 Tangerines, some eight years ago, I made a lot of scones. Here is just a few of my favorites from back in the early days: Fresh Blueberry 

Banana Date Oat Muffins

Banana Date Oat Muffins

Banana Date Oat Muffins This recipe was made in the months of muffin mania madness. More specifically, during the “stay at home” order that was in effect and still is in some places. Banana Date Oat Muffins are perfect for a quick grab-n-go breakfast. Easy, flavorful 

Blackberry Cranberry Sour Cream Muffins

Blackberry Cranberry Sour Cream Muffins

Blackberry Cranberry Sour Cream Muffins

Today I made blackberry cranberry sour cream muffins with ingredients that I needed to use up. Half a container of blackberries, sour cream left-over from Mexican Baked Spaghetti and one lime. I also added some cranberries that I had chopped in my mini-chopper, way back in November. The end result? These magnificent tasting muffins.

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Muffin Mania

During our quarantine internment, we went on a virtual muffin roll. I don’t think that I have ever made so many different recipes for muffins. Therefore I can safely say that I’ve never eaten so many muffins either. Do you want to know what the best part of making dozens of muffins is?? Muffins freeze well! I should know, I have a freezer full! Be prepared because over the next few weeks, there will be plenty of muffin recipes here on T2T.

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Favorite Muffin Recipes

Do Some Baking

Are you looking for something to other than putting jigsaw puzzles together? Then do some baking! Quick breads, muffins and scones are not difficult to make. In fact, they’re quite easy and fast to throw together. Like I mentioned above muffins, scones and quick breads freeze fantastic. The secret to successful freezing is to make sure that whatever it is your freezing, is completely cooled before sealing in a bag. Freezer bags work super, probably why they’re called freezer bags. Personally though, I don’t care for the zipLock bags for freezing but prefer the double zipper seal freezer bags. I just think that double zipper seal bags seal better, but use whatever kind you like:)

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