Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins by Tracy Friesen

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Tracy Friesen is a self-taught hobbyist photographer who loves to shoot anything and everything, particularly while on walks or outings with her two little kids. While still learning, she loves the thrill of getting a great shot and is always seeking that perfect capture!

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  • NickMilton
    NickMiltonalmost 3 years ago

    mmm i want one, nice framing, and unusual thinking,i like it!

  • Thanks very much, Nick!

    – Tracy Friesen

  • JEZ22
    JEZ22almost 3 years ago

    Great shot , and they look delicious

  • Thanks so much, they were pretty tasty!

    – Tracy Friesen

  • mellychan
    mellychanalmost 3 years ago

    yummmmm! this is great – very evocative – nice d.o.f. and composition!

  • Thank you, so kind of you!

    – Tracy Friesen

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 2 years ago

    I also like to cook Blueberry muffins, but I use cake flour only. I must try them with oatmeal sometime too. Lovely close up of the muffin makes them look ever so tempting. Super shot Tracy!

  • Thank you for the lovely comment! Yes, with oatmeal they are delicious as well, and a little heartier. I think this is the recipe I used for these.

    – Tracy Friesen

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 2 years ago

    Thanks for the recipe too Tracy, that’s very kind thought that I appreciate immensely.

    I only need to find out how big a cup is. In the UK we have so many different sized cups so we tend to use the weight of ingredients in a recipe unless they are liquids or there is not much of them (like a pinch of salt).

    The UK has also started to use grammes, litres and degrees Celcius in cooking too. I can work my way around the SI units, but I’ll need to ask my son about cups. His favourite TV chef is Alton Brown, so he has already worked out how to do the conversion.

    The conversion issue is something I run up against in the UK too, professional chefs use only the weight of ingredients, but amateurs use teaspoons, desert spoons and tablespoons as measurements. Then there is the problem of is it a level teaspoon or a heaped teaspoon. Since I have a scientific background personally I prefer to weigh everything.

    Oops, sorry for the war and peace on cooking measurements, and thanks for the recipe I will be trying that out soon. My best regards

  • I have some cookbooks from the UK and it also confounds me because we don’t weigh much over here! But I can tell you that 1 cup = 250 mL, 1 Tbsp. = 15 mL, and 1 tsp. = 5 mL. In Canada we use mL for measuring, but since most of my cookbooks are printed in the US, I am used to the conversions!

    – Tracy Friesen

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 2 years ago

    Terrific, that means I don’t need to stay on his good side to get the conversion :O) Thanks Tracy, its amazing the difference an ocean makes to our day to day lives! We shall have Blueberry Oatmeal muffins this week end!

  • LOL, Harry, so glad you don’t have to work extra hard to stay on your son’s good side. ;-)

    – Tracy Friesen

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