Homework – Breakfast

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Last week’s Be Still 52 assignment was breakfast. I had seen this egg in a blanket idea on IG and wanted to give it a try. You know, this is more difficult than it looks! Tasted good though.

But I have to say, I have a particular fondness for muffins so on the weekends I like taking the time to bake up a batch.

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This last weekend I decided it would be fun to make my own muffin liners by tearing parchment pieces and tucking them into each well of the baking tin.

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I’m pleased with how they look, but I gotta tell you, it took quite some time tearing out 12 liners and getting them filled! Sometimes I can make life so difficult for myself!

A new lesson will be coming on Wednesday. I will be chanting “simple, simple, simple” as I work on that!

Thanks so much for stopping by.

xo

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13 Responses to Homework – Breakfast

  1. seabluelee says:

    Carol, I love the way you always go “above and beyond” in creating your still life images. Making my own muffin tin liners would never even occur to me, never mind having the patience to actually do it! Both of your breakfasts look wonderful…and make me hungry.

  2. Beverly says:

    The egg and toast looks so good…we made that combination in high school home ec and they called it “toad in the hole” 🙂 The hand torn paper liners are fantastic, and simply “make” that photo picture perfect!

  3. Sheila says:

    Yum! I love the heart shaped egg and toast, what a wonderful thing to serve to family. Love how the hand made paper liners look – like something from an artisan bakery.

  4. Well your egg couldn’t be more perfect here, that wouldn’t be an easy job for me. That is why I suppose I like mine scrambled Great idea on the liners, oh you don’t make you life hard you are just creative and that takes time. Your images are fun and wonderful.

  5. rebecca says:

    I like your homemade liners. They make the muffins tastier I’m sure – even if it is just psychological.

  6. Melinda says:

    So creative and FABULOUS! I always love seeing what you have created, Carol! I make muffins all the time- and want to do the homemade liners now- love your style!

  7. Dotti says:

    Eggs in a basket. Tricky, don’t you think? You don’t want to undercook them, nor do you want to overcook them. But I like mine to be a bit runny. After all, that’s what the toast is for! I was greatly admiring the muffin wrappers when you said how tedious it was to do them. Sounds like the kind of thing to do while you’re watching TV and want to keep your hands busy {which is the only way I can watch TV}. And congrats on My Still Sunday! Whoop!!

  8. Roxanne says:

    Love the weathered wood background and how you took the time to make muffins AND your own liners!! I’m not much of a baker and I always admire those who can bake such pretty and delicious looking treats. Great photos, as always

  9. Elisabeth says:

    Oh, my goodness… those blueberry muffins make my mouth water!

  10. Kate says:

    So well done!!! The lighting is spot on!

  11. My goodness, breakfast looks good in your house. I really like your hand-made parchment liners for the muffin tray; they look really wholesome and reinforce the message that love went into making the muffins they contain. All the best for the weekend, Bonny

  12. Looks good Carol can you come and cook for me ? lol…..

  13. Kelly Kardos says:

    I love eggs in a basket! And the muffins look delish. Bet the house smelled yummy.

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