Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Oh what a day

Today has been one of those days when you just want to sit and cry. Maybe its the grey day outside or the fact that I am way too old for all this day to day baby stuff. I can't keep up. Having part of the house under construction doesn't help either. Orders are coming in for the skunk and frog hats and I can't seem to get more than five minutes to myself here.  As I type this I sure sound like I am whining, and I hate whining! I did finish a little Packer hat for JJ today and did get to list a few items on Etsy but beyond that is has been diapers, toys and alot of crying, the majority mine I think. Feed me, change me, pick me up.....and then feed me all over again. I did this the first time with out ever breaking a sweat but, at 55 I am out of patience and want someone to feed me and put me for a nap. I did have a minute this morning before they woke up to find a nice applesauce cupcake recipe. My plan for the day was , as they were finishing the work. ( they have stopped for the day at it is still undone ) I would bake some cupcakes with the boys and we would then have a nice day. When they napped I would dust quick and then work on hats. Well, I have learned NEVER to make change them. No naps, crabby baby and a 2 year old who I think is attached to me at the hip. Tommorrow will be least that is what I am praying for tonight.

Applesauce Cupcake Recipe

•1/2 cup butter or margarine
•1 egg
•1/4 cup sugar
•11/2 cups flour
•1 teaspoon baking soda
•1/4 teaspoon salt
•1 teaspoon cinnamon
•11/2 teaspoons nutmeg
•1 cup applesauce unsweetened
•1 teaspoon vanilla extract
•1/4 cup walnuts

Mixing Directions
1.Preheat over to 375dregrees
2.line cupcake tins with paper or foil liners
3.cream butter or margarine until creamy and fluffy
4.beat egss and sugars for one minute or until well mixed
5.add to butter or margaring
6.mix dry ingredients togetherand blend inmargarine or butter mixture
7.put in vanilla
8.put in walnuts
9.pour into 12 cups about 2/3rds full
10.bake 15 to 18 minutes until an inserted toothpick comes out clean

Applesauce Cupcakes taste delicious with peanut butter icing.

•1 cup confectioners sugar

•1 cup creamy peanut butter
•6 tablespoons unsalted butter
•3/4 tablespoon vanilla
•1/4 teaspoon salt
•1/3 cup of cream

Mixing Directions
Place all ingredients in a food processor or mixer, and beat on low speed, for approximately 3 minutes, until it becomes a light and fluffy frosting.


Kimberly said...

Those hats are adorable ;-) I wouldn't mind the Packers hat but my husband would (Vikings fan) :-) Cute blog! Saw you on Mckmama's blog frog...following you now! You're welcome to come to my blog anytime! :-) Blessings, Kimberly

Kimberly said...

cute blog! Following you now from Mckmama's blog frog. My husband wouldn't approve of the Packer's hat though...but I think it's adorable!!! Nice to meet you! You're welcome on my blog anytime! Blessings, Kimberly

natty. said...

Very cute hats! And the recipe looks very tasty. I may try that one out on my kidlets! :)

L. Eleana Johnson said...

I pray tomorrow was better for you. You're not nagging, but I understand the lost of patience. I hope you were able to get back to the hats.

Happy Friday!

Unplanned Cooking said...

Sorry to hear about your day, but that hat is adorable! My husband would love one - for a different team :).

Stopping by from Blog Frog.

Mothers' Hideaway said...

:hehe: He looks so entertained!

Letters From Home said...

Sorry you are having one of those days. I have more often than I'd like to admit and they are no fun! Cute hat and I like the frog hat and jacket too. Stopped over from blogfrog.

Jersey Diva Mom said...

"Well, I have learned NEVER to make change them." ROFL- truer words have never been spoken!

Enjoy Country Living said...

Love the Hats

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