16 November 2010

Yoghurt Bluberry Muffin






A day to go without rice for Gabriel, again.
Today is a special day which I want to record for Gabriel.
He started pre-school on 8 Nov and had to stop due to the outbreak of HFM in his class. Today can be consider his third day into school life, initially his teacher told me he might need 2 weeks to settle down. However, God is really good, He turns everything around for Gabriel, my brave 2 1/2 years boy proved his teacher wrong.

He was crying when he entered the class but stop when he was handled by another teacher ... and everything became good to better. When I peeked into his classroom, he saw me and I was shocked to find him so near the window where I was standing, he didn't cry but happily asked me to join him in class. I told him I couldn't do so and he kept telling me he was learning in school and bravely wave bye-bye to me when I told him I would pick him up later.

Gabriel is keen to learn, he communicates a lot to his teachers. Teacher told me he was good in Montessori activities. When I picked him up at the end of school day, he told me with his chubby face "I'm learning, mama! I'm learning in school.", there was lot of emotions within me when I heard it... my little baby has become a brave boy. He has stepped over another milestones.



muffin with strawberries and blueberries fragrant. texture is dense and super soft compared to my banana muffins and blueberries nut muffins 


beautiful pinkish on top of the muffin.

ingredients:
1 pack of muffin mix
1 can of wild blueberry
250 ml milk
100 ml oil
2 eggs
2 cups strawberries yoghurt (60g each, flavour as you wish) 

1. Preheat oven to 200
2. Whisk eggs in bowl, stir in muffin mix, milk then oil until blended. Gently stir in blueberries and yoghurt.
3. Scoop batter into muffin cups and bake for 20 mins.

2 comments:

  1. Yummy yummy. Keep some for me ok? WT

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  2. Thanks WT! yes will bake for you soon!

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