lemon poppy seed muffins

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I am a morning person, happy to rise before the sun says hello, ready to talk and be productive before breakfast. I’ve learned from my childhood that to be a well liked morning person you may do as wish, but just don’t talk to anyone else before 10am. Weird as it sounds I really don’t care for breakfast, I mean I love breakfast food, but I have to get up – get going before I’m even slightly hungry. Strange to me how someone can wake up ready to eat, I mean how do you even know what you want to eat? you just woke up?
So needless to say I am a fan of food that is portable, case in point I love frosted strawberry poptarts – yes – I know it’s probably not even real food – but I adore them. Today’s recipe is among my favorites for an easy breakfast that you can make on the weekend and have to nibble on through the week. I decided on cute mini muffins, but big girl muffins are fine too. Either way I hope this inspires your breakfast menu for this week…Nothing nicer to start your day than a happy little muffin…
Sarah

lemon poppy seed muffins
1 1/2 C. all purpose flour
1/2 C. sugar
1/2 T. baking powder
1/2 tsp. baking soda
pinch salt
1 C. milk
1/4 C. vegetable oil
1 egg
1/2 of a pkg of lemon instant pudding mix
3 T. poppy seeds

glaze : 1/2 C. powder sugar + 4 T. milk

– begin by placing flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt into a large mixing bowl.
 – using a whisk, combine all ingredients until no lumps are visible.
 – using a large measuring cup, measure out milk, vegetable oil, and crack into cup. whisk with a fork to combine liquid ingredients.
 – now sprinkle in lemon instant pudding mix into dry ingredients, and pour in all of the wet mixture. use a wooden spoon to combine well, but try not to over mix.
 – stir in poppy seeds.
 – place muffin mix into a greased muffin pan and bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes for mini muffins (10-12 minutes for normal muffin size)
 – remove muffins from pan and let cool completely. glaze muffins if desired, but let glaze harden before storing muffins.
 – eat and enjoy…

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9 thoughts on “lemon poppy seed muffins

  1. These look adorable and delicious, of course!! 🙂 I love breakfast and I am a person that often wakes up hungry 🙂 Must have some good metabolism while sleeping ha ha

  2. I know I am going to be dreaming tonight of eating lemon poppy muffins for breakfast. Those pictures are wonderful.

  3. Hey my page won’t load your past recipes I’m looking for ur strawberry bars recipe. I was wondering if you could post that recipe up again or email me?

  4. Oh my goodness these look mouth watering. I know my kids will love them too. And I just love this post – I am not a morning person but my kids force me to be…and I’m rarely hungry before 9am. So glad I found your blog and we get to connect here and on Instagram too 🙂

    • lol, yeah the kiddos will do that to you, thanks so much for taking the time to stop by, so glad I found your site, it is just beautiful tammi – cant wait to try out some of your recipes… sarah

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