Hello Sunday Bloggers!
Do you ever feel like it's been a while since you ate a certain type of food? Like you go all summer without eating pasta, so you gorge down a massive bowl of spaghetti the first day it rains?
Well when mid fall hits, I get the urge to eat berries. But have you ever tried to buy berries in fall? They gross. Every carton of strawberries I picked up was moldy, and even at $2.99 a box, I'm too lazy to pick through for the good ones.
God bless the freezer isle. YOU CAN HAVE PEACHES IN WINTER!
Recently I've been thinking lots about family and how my grandparents used to grow strawberries and other fruits and veggies in their yard, which I loved to pick when I was a small child! All that reminiscing made me crave something with strawberries and rhubarb (if you look hard enough you'll find frozen rhubarb), and off to the interwebs I went.
I found a super simple recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Streusel Muffins; it uses Greek yogurt so they're super moist! The recipe probably calls for fresh berries (it doesn't actually say) but I used frozen and they turned out great. The original recipe also says to fill the muffin tins up only 2/3 but I filled them right up for big muffins and just made sure to pack in the Streusel topping so they didn't overflow off.
You can find the original recipe here!
The smell of fresh baked muffins has wafted throughout my loft and it is so delightful. There's nothing better than fresh baked goods on a Sunday!
And if you're really into relaxing, take a bath! Our Sweet Dreams bath salts are insanely relaxing, with the soothing scent of Lavender blended perfectly with the fresh scent of Peppermint. You're worries will melt away in no time. And if you want a little bath time fun, try our Sweet Dreams bath bombs! The same great scent with a bit of fizzy magic! You can order your very own right from our Etsy shop!
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And all of October, if you buy 3 or more bath salts or bath bombs, you get one for free! Stock up on bath products now!
Only 2 more Bake & Bathe Octobers left. Let us know if you try any of the recipes, or what your favourite recipes to bake in October are!
Until next Sunday!