Muffins with blueberries and dried cranberry

It’s end of July now, next weekend we are planning to spend a weekend on the seaside. So proper holidays are coming but… Just a one small “but”- weather. I really hope it is gonna be nice and sunny so we can do lots of walks on the shore and eat some fish and chips outside. At the moment it’s hard to tell. Last week was soooo hot, 32 deegrees…for a day. Nevermind. I believe we are gonna have amaaazing weather :). Also I should get used to English weather by now.
You have to always try to look at the bright side- if it is not too great outside it’s a good excuse to spend a day inside… in a kitchen preferebly haha. Especially at this time of a year when you have such a variety of fresh fruit  and vegetables. it would be a shame not to bake anything. So here it is, recipe for blueberry muffins. So nice and fruit with a n addition of lemon zest- just must try.
I copied this recipe from my old blog. I was keep promising myself to copy those recipes and translate to english but there was always something else to do (also I am a bit lazy ;p). Anyway from now on I’ll try to be more organized and sort this out 🙂

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Sweet yeast cake (recipe for polish drożdżòwka)

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This cake is one of the polish basic cakes, perfect on its own, gorgeous with seasonal fruits. For me the best bit is the crumble on top. I have to admit that I have never made this cake on my own. Usually when my mum bakes it, it’s always deliiiciuus. So nice that on my last holiday I got a massive piece to take back to England- of course it disappeared within 2 days (I love to have it for breakfast; in my opinion pudding is usually a great idea to start your day right). But back to my yeast cake, I have never made it on my own because it requires a lot of energy and strength. Of course it is manageable, you just need some guy to help. If you decide to do everything yourself it will be a good test for your arm muscles. Both ways- lots of fun 😊

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