Rainbow Sprinkle Muffins
We used our old faithful recipe from here.
After gathering the ingredients, Baby Dragon was in charge of the dry ingredients. He stirred very calmly. Very undragon-like.
Our Little Adventurer was the boss of the wet ingredients and sprinkles.
Everything was surprisingly calm and cheery. Each having a job they loved seemed to keep them occupied and so the mixture received more attention than normal. We were in for lump-less muffins, but I couldn’t bear to take away the bowls before they were done.
Jensen Indiana poured in the milk and raw (egg). We call raw eggs “raws” in our house. Everything has a name with a reason. Our oven is called Bernie ~ because he’ll burn you. Our knives are “Dangerous Knife” (chopping knife) “Dangerous San” (our Japanese knife), and “Dangerous Ulu” (our Alaskan chopping knife) and there are others like “Kind Spatula”. They all have names. Raw eggs are just called “raws” because you can’t eat a raw, you have to cook them before they are eggs. Mr. Scrambler (our beloved handheld mixer) died this week. Jensen cried.
After much more stirring and singing of, “Wind the Bobbin Up” by Jensen, they were in Bernie whilst Baby Dragon had a nap, and out again in time for a photo for the scrapbook. Jensen and the huskies sampleda few of them to make sure that they weren’t poisonous before Dadda got home.
They were safe. Better to check though, said Jensen.
I have never thought to put the sprinkles in the mixture. Lovely photos too.
Thank you! I love rainbow food, I think I might be addicted.
They look amazing. Will definitely try making them soon. x
Did you make them? I'd love to see!
Ours are in the oven as I type this. .
Yours turned out so brilliantly!
Love the look of these. I love cooking with my 2 little munchkins and am always on the lookout for recipes to try with them so this is perfecto. Great photos too by the way. I found you via the Pin-it Party link, this is me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/blubirdsunshine/ 🙂
These look fabulous! I love that you got the 'baby' involved in the cooking too – start them young! Popping over from the pinterest party 🙂 My ID is http://www.pinterest.com/3childrenandit and I THINK I've followed your boards 🙂