Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins raspberry peanut butter muffin jam baking
First. Let me apologize for taking too long to get this post to you. Technical problems. And even though I’m not one to shy away from technology or problem solving.. .in this realm I am not the technical one. I’m rather inept actually.  If running a blog required anything more technical than finding the publish button I wouldn’t be running one. Simple as that. I just bumble along and cross my fingers alot.  So I’m very certain that trying to fix the problem myself would have created far larger, and then more difficult problems to solve. And then I’d have to admit I have no idea what I am doing. So, instead I will pretend I just can’t be bothered. And wait. I figured someone, somewhere, with far more expertise than I will figure it out eventually. I just needed to cross my fingers that it didn’t take someone too long to figure it out. So I waited and crossed my toes too. A good strategy this time. Because now, finally, you have muffins. Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins raspberry peanut butter muffin jam baking

Yes those are happy pink bunnies jumping around the muffins.

Second. After a weeks of baking up a storm of squares and cakes for a frilly girly baby shower party (more on this in a later post) I really wanted something simple and familiar. So here you have it. Peanut butter and jelly in a muffin. No fance, no frill. Just a muffin with some raspberry jam baked inside. And as I explained to Zoe as she bit into one, you have to break these apart before you eat them. This way you will be sure to get some jam in every bite. To this she said, “But then I’ll get jam on my fingers.” And then I said, “Yes, you will.”

What is the point of jam filled anything unless you have to lick some of that jam off your fingers? How is it she does not know this?

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