Cheeky muffin

Someone has recently hit me over the head with the "happy homemaker stick". This is quite possibly the culprit: Doesn't eat his dinner but slyly whips off with the biggest muffin before the others even know they're out of the oven.
I'm actually not often this domesticated, but was inspired by a large harvest of poppy seeds when I went out to finally tackle the garden yesterday. I made 3 dozen muffins with lemon and poppy seeds to go in the freezer for school lunches. Perhaps being in the kitchen was a good way to avoid the garden where there is so much work to do I don't know where to start.
Got the gherkins bottled and made sauce as well.
Picked an armload of cucumbers, I'm struggling to know what to do with them all. There are still "bread and butter pickles" in the cupboard from last season. Anyone who visits has been sent home with them, the pet rat likes them. I think maybe I'll slice some up and rest my eyes awhile.
Anyone else have any good cosmetic recipes for them?


Jessicah Win said...

They look yum! I've been meaning to find out if I can eat my poppy seeds this way or if they have to be from a certain variety- mine were a real mix. Now if only my lemon tree would start producing!

clare :: greenvalleycrafts said...

lemon and poppyseed are one of my favourites!! Yum xx

Lori ann said...

he is one smart (and cute) boy i think. those muffins look wonderful, i wish i knew how to do all those preserves too. i came over from sally at quite a handful, it is nice to meet you gillybean!
x lori

Melissa van Boekhout said...

I guess its good to get in quick when it comes to goodies! Smart guy!

Pru Evitt said...

Save some pickles for me, please! I'll be there at the end of July.

Gillybean said...

You bet Prue. It will be awesome to see you!