|It's my messy kitchen and I can cry if I want too ~|
|Trying to steal my food? |
Doughnut even think about it!
Cake! I Want Cake Too! Yup. After I had a small batch of peach muffins and doughnuts, why not cake? I took a small casserole dish, sprayed it with some Popcorn Butter Spray, added the rest of my prepared batter and topped it with some crushed Glutino Yogurt Covered Pretzels. I covered it with foil and baked it for about 30 minutes (or until a toothpick came out clean). Talk about an easy, delicious, summery rustic peach cake! It has a hint of vanilla and crunch on top. This cake is tasty alone but it's also really good to have with your favorite frozen desserts. Just remember to cover the dish with foil (not covering it will cause the yogurt pretzels to burn) and that would be a waste of food, which is exactly what this post is trying to prevent).
popsicles. And yes, I topped some with more of those crushed yogurt pretzels. In this case- those yogurt pretzels made these popsicles taste just like those typical ice cream man choices (Of course better since we know what the ingredients are and how much healthier they are).
|Yes,it's ok to lick the crumbs off the plate|
Leftovers! Honestly, this is always the best part, right? It's like the light at the end of the cooking tunnel. A bit of extra work here and there pays you back by leaving enough food so that you don't have to cook later on. These muffins went from snack option to frozen for when I need muffins in a pinch. Just be sure and seal them in an airtight container and label them to avoid any confusion and to eliminate a possible allergic reactions. Leftovers are good but leftovers that are clearly marked are best.