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Trump's Decision Means She Has To Start "All Over Again"

September 27, 2017

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Trump's Decision Means She Has To Start "All Over Again"

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I escaped the grind this past weekend and did a three-day backpacking trip on the Lost Coast. At one point, during a grueling 800-foot climb up a steep path through the coastal rainforest, I had a sudden, inexplicable craving for Morning Glory muffins—you know, the ones with raisins and nuts in them? The craving just kept getting stronger through the weekend; my nuts and dried fruit trail mix just wasn't cutting it for some reason. So when I got home, I tracked down this fantastic carrot muffin recipe from Cookie and Kate: The recipe's maple syrup, yogurt, and coconut oil make these treats the right amount of moist and the right amount of sweet. I didn't have whole-wheat flour, so I just used white pastry flour and it worked great.

Top with some yogurt for a well-rounded breakfast. Craving satisfied! —Maddie

That's all, folks! We'll be back next Wednesday with more.
Maddie and Kiera


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