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Monday, October 21, 2019

Yummy Rainy Day Project

The autumn olive berries have been very plump and moist this year. I decided to do something with a few, other than just eat them. I've made juice before, but it's not my favorite. Of course, this doesn't make a tiny dent in the number of berries available.

Anyway, I made orange poppy seed muffins, and threw in some autumn olive berries. Oh yeah, they are good. Om thought the fruit was cranberry.

orange poppy seed muffins with autumn olive berries

I tweaked the recipe a bit so it has fewer calories. I could probably cut the oil a little more and add more yogurt. Click this picture to see the recipe.

orange poppy seed muffins with autumn olive berries

In other news: I worked on the book in the morning and made these in the afternoon. It seems like I should have done something more, but I didn't. Ho hum. Oh yeah, I cleaned the kitchen.

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1 comment:

Ann said...

I can't say that I've ever had an autumn olive berry. The muffins sure look good

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