Sunday, July 01, 2007

Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Finally summer holidays are here and I've caught a chance to put a post up. I know, Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins aren't all that exciting but I just wanted to let you all know I was still here and am hoping to do more frequent blogging in the near future. My in-laws are visiting from North Vancouver, British Columbia as well so things have been exciting here in the Canadian Baker household.

These muffins are as you would expect - moist and lemony made slightly sticky with a lemon glaze poured over top. You can whip these up in 10 minutes and you can add more or less poppy seeds to your liking. They're not fancy at all and there are probably better recipes out there but I enjoyed them with some hot tea. The poppy seeds were crunchy and lingered on well after the muffin was finished. They also freeze well wrapped individually in plastic wrap and tucked into a Ziploc bag.

To those of you in Canada, Happy Canada Day! We'll be enjoying fireworks tonight!

Recipe: Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins


Krista said...

wow do those muffins look yummy :) i've been reading your blog on and off now for a little while, and i love everything about it... but your photos make it all look easy!!

Ilva said...

Nothing wrong with lemon poppy seed muffins, they look great!

Anonymous said...

These are excellent, especially with a dollop of lemon curd on the side. The crumb is light, tender and moist, and the lemon flavour shines through but isn't overpowering. An added bonus is that they're not loaded with fat!