Sunday, July 5, 2020

Muffins and Pears!

Just popping in with a short post, we had a nice 4th of July weekend, I hope those of you in the U.S. did as well. 



I had some banana's that had reached the 'too ripe' stage so I made banana nut muffins and as is normal for me, I cut the sugar in half.  Both hubby and I thought they were really good.  I'll be freezing half of them and putting the other half in an air tight container in the refrigerator to snack on this week.  I had enough batter to bake up 48 muffins!


If nothing happens, we will have pears to preserve in a few weeks.  We love home-canned pears fried up in butter with a little sweetener added.

We're gearing up for another busy week of harvesting and preserving!  Here's hoping for a productive week!

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3 comments:

  1. Fried canned pears! I have never heard of that. We do fried apples a lot, Hubby grew up with his Mother making them. Do you do pears the same way?

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  2. Did you know that you can freeze the bananas and use them at a later date? I do that all the time. You can also use a 1/2 banana to substitute for one egg, up to a maximum of 3 eggs. Don't ask me why only up to 3. I don't know. I have someone in the family with an egg allergy and I use bananas all the time in my baking.
    Myra, from Winnipeg, Canada

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