Easy Morning Muffins
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup oil
1/2 cup sugar
2 cups flour
1Tbs. baking powder
1/2 tea. salt
Combine milk, oil, eggs, and sugar.
Add remaining ingredients, stirring only until flour is moist.
Line muffin pan with paper cups.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes
If desired, dip tops of muffins in melted butter, then cinnamon sugar.
I've had this week off from work,
so I had plenty of time for some cooking and baking.
These muffins went over to my daughter's home.
She's 28 weeks pregnant.
It was my Simple Pleasure to help out this week
by being creative in my kitchen.
Dayle, over at A Collection of This and That,
is hosting Simple Pleasures.
Please join us every Thursday.
They do look delicious, and yes we must keep those expectant mothers happy. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
I'm sure she really appreciated them - they look wonderful!ReplyDelete
God bless you..Trish
Yummy. I think I will give them a try when my girlfriend arrives next week and I will be off from work. Thanks. Have a great day.ReplyDelete
The smell of muffins in the oven is definitely a pleasure! Those new grandbabies are getting closer and closer!! =)ReplyDelete
They look beautiful, so even in size and soft! I'm sure your daughter will love them.ReplyDelete
And when will the next batch be ready? :) They look delicious!ReplyDelete
Enjoy the rest of your week.
These look great...and what a joy, a pregnant daughter.....oh my, more than just a simple pleasure with that grand baby. I will have to try these.ReplyDelete
They look like cupcake snickerdoodles! I wonder if that's what they taste like.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful thing to do, Mom.
these look so yummy. I bet your dgt loved them. I love what Debbie called them...snickerdoodles...what a great name for a yummy looking muffin.ReplyDelete
You are a mother to treasure ♥ These look delicious!!ReplyDelete
You sure do know how to make muffins look and sound mouthwatering. I want to make these for the grandchildren. Thanks for the recipe.ReplyDelete
I'll have to try these the next time Dayton stays overnight. He love to "help." :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Christine!
Those look so good...ReplyDelete
What fun having the week off to do all sorts of "fun".
Have a blessed day!
They look wonderful...I had to laugh at the last line of the recipe. If desired, dip in butter and cinnamin sugar...If desired? Who wouldn't desire that?ReplyDelete
I'm sure your daughter really appreciated these muffins... they look delicious! :)ReplyDelete
What beautiful looking muffins ...bet they were just as tastey...sure your daughter loved themReplyDelete
These look delicious!ReplyDelete
I think that these must be the same muffins I have made for many years...only my recipe called them, French Breakfast Puffs. But whatever they are called they are delicious! Thank you for visiting me and leaving such a nice comment. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
I'm going to copy this recipe, thanks for sharing it. I bet your daughter was pleased as Punch when you turned up with them.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing the recipe and for your very sweet comments to me!ReplyDelete
That simple pleasure is very much appreciated I am sure!ReplyDelete
Those muffins looks just lovely with their sugary tops!
They were delicious! Thank you for thinking of us.ReplyDelete
Can i just tell you there is no way that you look old enough to be a grandmother? I need your anti-aging secrets!ReplyDelete
What a sweet (no pun intended!) present for your daughter and a great Simple Pleasure!
Your muffins look delicious. Thanks for the recipe.
I tried your muffin recipe today .THEY ARE WONDERFUL . I am sending the rest of them home with Dax and Petra to enjoy this weekend.ReplyDelete
You are a woman of many talents. Easy muffins to me come out of a box. LOL!ReplyDelete
I always love seeing tasty simple pleasures. Yours look yummy.
Kimmy and the kids were blessed by this gift I'm sure! Yummy... do you think these would ship? SmilesReplyDelete