Peach Cobbler Muffins

Full of fresh peaches and containing Greek yogurt for protein, these light and fluffy whole wheat muffins are good for a quick on-the-go breakfast. 🙂

I post so many muffin recipes that I have seriously thought of renaming my blog and just specializing in muffins.  Today’s recipe is one that I tested a few weeks ago, and am planning to make again today.  Casey informed me that they taste like peach cake, which, considering the ingredients as a whole are on the healthy side, is definitely a success in my mind.  Who doesn’t love protein filled, whole wheat muffins that taste like peach cake?  Anyone?

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Photos of the Week – Daffodils

Hey all!  It’s a beautiful weekend out of doors and I am almost finished with packing.  We will soon be vacating our current residence.   I’ll miss this cute, little house, but I’m excited about our new house as well.  It will be an “adventure”.  😉

Anyone who peruses this blog regularly may find themselves tired of flower photos.  (Sorry, I can’t help it.  Spring is in the air, and with it flowers and bright colors.)  I was just thinking the other day about how I miss the daffodils.  I’ve yet to see any here in Florida.  Maybe it doesn’t get cold enough?

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Easy Peach Cobbler

This easy and delicious peach cobber only requires 15 minutes to assemble and 30 minutes of baking time.  It has four cups of peaches and a buttery, sweet, whole wheat crust!

My typical Monday morning blog post is a little late today.  I spent much of the day running errands, packing, and cleaning house. 🙂 Despite the busyness, I managed to sneak in a little time practicing my guitar.  (There’s always time for music, right?)

Sorry, that’s kind of random.

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Lemon Almond Poppy Seed Bread

Lemon Almond Poppy Seed Bread – a moist sweet bread made with whole wheat flour and sweetened with Sucanat, and drizzled with a tart lemon glaze.

Since the flowers are blooming and the weather is warmer, I’ve been thinking more about summery foods, and recently that led to the making of a Lemon Almond Poppy Seed Bread recipe.  Bring on all the fresh fruit!  I love lemon baked goods, and this very moist bread with its tart lemon glaze is right up my alley.

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Black Bean & Rice Burritos

These healthy, vegetarian Black Bean & Rice Burritos are hearty and delicious.  🙂  

While I truly like parts of every season of the year, my favorite time is probably spring.  There is something about those first few days of warmer weather, when the sun pokes through the clouds and the beautiful flowers burst into blossom.  I opened our windows this morning to let some fresh air into the house, and I could smell the aroma of flowers wafting through the kitchen and hear the birds chattering to each other in the trees outside.

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Apple Cinnamon Muffins

Whole wheat Apple Cinnamon Muffins make a delicious breakfast!

Happy Monday!  How about some Apple Cinnamon Muffins?

It’s been a quiet week over here on the blog; I decided to take a few days off from writing in order to focus on other things, but I’m back at it as of today.  (That is, until we are in the midst of moving to our new house.  Then I may need to take another break.) 🙂

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Poppy Seed Chicken

Add this easy Poppy Seed Chicken recipe to your list of weeknight dinner ideas! 🙂

I’ve been rather quiet on the blog this week, as there are other things that have held my attention.  A big part of it is that, *drumroll*, we are moving!  The next few weeks are going to involve a bit of packing (thankfully we don’t have very much stuff), so my posting frequency on this blog may slow down a little until after we’re settled into our temporary living situation before our new house is finished.  I’m excited though, partly because I’m going to have a dishwasher in the new house!  Woohoo!  (That may sound silly, but I am grateful for dishwashers and will never take them for granted again.)

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