Wednesday, June 14, 2017

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS for "Tea In The Garden"

Yesterday I had a couple of friends
over for lunch.  We had a fun time
as we are all bloggers and "kindred
 spirits" as Anne of Green Gables
would say. I had some leftover Blueberry
Muffins so we have a treat!




I am also sharing one of my clipboards
I decoupaged with Edith Holden's artwork.
I have shared some of the decoupage
things I have done.


We will sit here:


I was hoping to have a more thrilling
garden this year.




Looking back, I now know that I should
have planted seeds directly in the dirt
late last summer. I goofed. 
 I think next year will be better.







Please enjoy one of these blueberry muffins:


Here are the ingredients to make 12 nice ones:
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees and spray a muffin
tin (larger size) with pam.  Combine: 2 cups flour, 1/2 cup sugar, 2 1/2 tsp baking powder, 6 oz sour cream, 2 large eggs and 1/2 cup vegetable oil till smooth.
Fold in 1 cup blueberries.  Spoon into muffin tin and
sprinkle sugar on top....bake 20 minutes


I hope you can join me today for my 
tea related blog party by linking from
 your blog at the bottom!
I am sharing at:
Home Sweet Home


16 comments:

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Bernideen, your tea setting is lovely and OCR is a favourite for sure. It's a delight to have friends over for tea and muffins and I'm sure you ladies had a splendid time. I think you have a wonderful garden and the clipboard is darling! Thank you for having me and enjoy this beautiful day.

Hugs,
Sandi

Gentle Joy said...

Bernideen... I always love your beautiful garden teas... They are so pretty and inviting. I really like the beautiful throw over the back of the chair... what a pretty item. Thank you for hosting the party... I hope you have a good week. :)

Sandra said...

I love your garden, your flowers, your fourniture, your tea pots and your cups!!
Is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

Love from Spain.

BarberryLane Designs said...

Dear Bernideen, your garden is beautiful for only one year old or ten years old. There is a quote about patience and gardening, "A Garden is a grand teacher." Looks like a fun place for friends lunch, thanks for sharing. Grins, Sandi

Marilyn Miller said...

I think for as long as you have been in your house your garden is pretty thrilling. Love blueberry muffins, thank you!

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I would love to join you for tea and a blueberry muffin, my kindred spirit friend. I would be looking around your pretty yard, too! Thank you for hosting your sweet tea party for us, and showing us your decoupaged pieces. You rose afghan is one of my all-time favorites, Bernideen...sigh!

Louca por porcelana said...

What an exquisite tea set!Love your crochets too!Thanks for hosting and visiting!Hugs,Maristella.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Thanks for the easy muffin recipe. We ate bakery bought ones today that were only so-so. Looking forward to home cooked ones with your recipe.

ellen b. said...

A very nice setting to enjoy those muffins in.

Margie said...

Another charming tea in the garden! Royal Albert's OCR is one of my favourite patterns. Thank you for hosting and have a great week!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, your garden is perfectly lovely! And we're on the same wavelength this week, getting out the Old Country Roses! Your muffins sound delightful.

Two Cottages and Tea said...

I so enjoyed your tea time post! Your garden and bouquets so beautiful!
Nancy

Jocelyn said...

I love your garden and table setting. The muffins look so delicious.

Ruth W said...

Lovely! You must have all enjoyed it so much! Love your clip board and afghan...and the OCR of course! Your garden is so beautiful...a perfect tea setting! Thanks for hosting and have a lovely week.
Ruth

The Charm of Home said...

Your garden has never been more lovely! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

Sylvia said...

Bernideen, I love the white piece of crochet with roses. Is it a blanket? Thanks for sharing. Have a great day! Sylvia D.