I’m in trouble.

Oh, I’m in trouble. Bad.

Where should I start?

We have a printer in our house, but I’ve never set it up. I have probably 50 pounds in printer paper, too. Either way, it’s out of commission and so if I ever need something printed, I send it to Matt’s work address and he takes care of it. Typically it’s just recipes. I asked Matt to print about 10 that I planned on making soon, several of which for Christmas time.

So about a month ago, I discovered this blog called Joy the Baker. She’s funny, witty and oh so amazing in the kitchen.

I made her brownie-bottom icecream cupcakes for Claire’s 3rd birthday.

I made her amazing baked oatmeal.

I made her peanut butter blondies with milk chocolate frosting.

Today, however, I went a bit overboard. I made her slightly healthy applesauce oatmeal blueberry muffins and … *gulp* … her chocolate glazed doughnut muffins.

The only thing I would change is how much nutmeg it calls for. It’s a little much. But other than that, OH. MY. GOD.

See, my weakness is white doughnuts with chocolate frosting. Always have been. And while I can sit and tell myself that these are healthier than going to Dunkin’ Donuts and getting one that’s been fried, I’m still in trouble.

Never in a million years did I ever think that you could bake a doughnut. That’s exactly what I did. I baked a doughnut. And it was delicious.

And I feel my thighs growing.

And baby likes it.

So does Matt.

I’ll have to make it again, you know.

 

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Two sisters from two misters. What could be more fun?

Posted on October 24, 2010, in Cassie. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I’m happy that your husband likes it when you grow. šŸ™‚ I think mine does too, because he picked up the honest-to-God fried donuts yesterday morning for breakfast.

  2. It’s like running your own Meth lab.

  3. Oh my. This is the last thing I needed.

    Doughnuts? YES, PLEASE.

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