1. I loved cooking and baking with my daughters and now that they are off at university and fending for themselves, I know it was time well spent.

    Hey, with a little cropping, your daughter’s photo would be perfect. πŸ™‚ Please tell her your fellow bloggers are very impressed because her muffins are gorgeous!

  2. Hi Carrie! The fact that your little sweetheart did most of this is just lovely. I can’t wait to bake with my (now) 3 year old. I sometimes let her stir but honestly, it ends up being more work πŸ™‚ But she’s content with just being with me while I bake. I like that you used crunch peanut butter! (I haven’t used that in years)! Lovely photos too! πŸ™‚

    • It is a lot of work to bake with them when they’re younger. Other than a cookie-baking day at my mother-in-law’s before Christmas, I rarely baked with my kids when they were younger. But now that she’s getting older, it’s a great opportunity to teach math in motion. And following steps.

  3. Gina T

    Hi Carrie, I would love to try out your lovely muffin recipe. But could I leave out the chocolate chips? Or can I replace it’s weight with extra banana or peanut butter?

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