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I had every intention of publishing this post as a blackberry cobbler but sometimes my ideas go a little cockeyed. I made the cobbler last weekend and liked it a lot, especially the biscuit but decided to change things a little. I’m a big white chocolate lover so adding that was a no-brainer and it seems that I’m also adding rosemary to everything these days because it’s my thing.
These pumpkin donuts taste amazing, are pretty easy to make and are going to help shed some important awareness on world hunger. Red Star Yeast has teamed up with Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief agency on a mission to end global hunger.
Over the past couple of days I started to feel nostalgic for some of the food I grew up eating as a kid in Scotland. I think I saw something on another social media channel and it set of some sort of food memory alarm in my head.
I learned a few things when I was making these pumpkin muffins. I realized it’s okay if all you have are jumbo muffin pan liners, with a little origami you can still use them for regular sized muffins. I also learned that when you don’t have any sunflower oil, you can easily switch to another oil and things will still work out.