Whichever, no suggestions were forthcoming. Which is why I was excited to see this timely post from Money Saving Mom: My Top 7 Favorite Freezer-Friendly Muffin Recipes (Plus Grain-Free Options!). There were a few I thought my family might like, and I was happy to find new recipes to try.
I asked Bubby if he thought he would like oatmeal chocolate chip muffins, and he responded by saying he liked the two types of muffins that I always make. Oh, I know you do, I agreed, but I thought you might like to try something different, something new.
|Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins |
from Money Saving Mom
There are just so many delicious things to bake, why would I limit myself? (This reminds me of the time I told y'all we trying not to heat up the oven for meals because it was hot outside, but that it was totally worthwhile to heat up the oven for desserts. Priorities, people. I have priorities). There are so many good muffin recipes, why would I make the same two over and over again? And let's be real: I make the easier recipe of the two about 90% of the time, so it's really just one muffin recipe over and over again.
Wise as he is, Bubby queried, why would you want to try something new when we already have something we like? Why fix something that's not broken, in other words. Why, indeed.
The real reason? I want to try the muffins. The new muffins. I want to eat one. Actually, I want to eat all of the muffins, but I really shouldn't, so I need my family to step in and eat them for me. Is that so much to ask? For me to ask them to eat delicious muffins? And gosh darn it, they might just find something they like better. Humph.
So, I haven't tried any of the seven (which is actually ten) muffin recipes yet. I probably will next week. I just hope I don't have to eat them all.