I haven't yet tried the muffins... have had no time at all for baking etc. I'll see... I may find some time tomorrow, or next week. I will let you know when I do make them. My family doesn't eat a lot of baking, and I am insanely busy right now. I tend to save baking opportunities for special occasions, and then make something I want to try.
Hang in there, and take it one day a t a time. 2 days ago
I love Dr. Perlmutter, have followed him for years. Back when him and his wife were vegetarians. Boy has times changed. LOL His books are great and his cook book is suppose to be out soon I do believe. I have missed you and appreciate all your continued support. I hope all is going well for you and life is being good too.
I used the Splenda baking mix. Bought it this summer for harvest as a couple of the guys were doing sugar-free or reduced sugar so it worked great for pie! I added the sour cream and used the whole stick of butter as you recommended and also added extra spices and raisins and walnuts! 4 days ago
This tip is from Cleveland Clinic Chief Wellness Officer Mike Roizen, MD, from his new book, "This Is Your Do-Over". Here's a sneak peek at his essential do-over deeds.
We all have disagreements sometimes. Life isn't about holding hands and singing happy tunes to hide our troubles. However, you need to decide if you want to be a "but" or an "and" kind of person. The "but" people don't want solutions. They want to settle. They want to wallow in their misery.
The "and" people find solutions to problems. They inspire others to do their best. They contribute to the growth of people and ideas - and, ultimately, to the health of us all. Even if you are an avowed lifelong naysayer, you still have the opportunity to discover your inner enthusiast. Once you find your purpose and passion, your optimism will increase and your do-over becomes stronger and stronger. In the end, optimism is really just about cultivating happiness in your everyday moments.
PS The muffins turned out great! Thanks for sharing! 5 days ago