Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Sesame Noodles and Fruit Muffins

For quite some time i've been wanting to make these Banana, Blueberry and Raspberry Muffins but I was always missing something. I finally decided that I was going to make them this week but couldn't find any fresh blueberries, then I realized they must not be in season? Either way I made them today and they still turned out pretty darn good! The blueberries would have been the perfect touch for the middle of the muffins, but they were still tasty. Frank decided to make a nice little display out of them for a picture... as to the milk. It's definintley not mine.

Tonight's dinner was Sesame Noodles with Broccoli that I found at CookingLight.com. I loved making this because there was very little to clean up and it was super easy to make. At the last minute I decided to use all the spaghetti noodles instead of just half, that way Frank had lots of leftovers. In the future i'll add an extra tablespoon and such to the sauce so it makes more. It was still really good though. I wasn't sure what to pair it with since I was saving the lettuce for the wraps tomorrow, so I decided to make some garlic toast. We do our own garlic toast that I think is much better compared to the store bought kind. I preheat the oven to about 300 degrees, butter it up then put some garlic salt on them and bake until I want to take then out. umm good!


danielle.lozeau said...

Those muffins sound AMAZING! I will need to make those soon!

Haysel said...

love it all yummy!

Anonymous said...

You can get frozen Blueberry's at Fred Meyer, and I am sure Walmart carries them too... For Muffin's they work just fine.


Frank && Emily said...

we always have frozen blueberries on hand, but i like to save some incase we decide to make pancakes. blueberry pancakes are franks favorite.