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Breakfast Or Dessert? It’s Up To You!
I love all-in-one stuff. To me it’s all about saving time and money.
Whether it’s haircare products or clothing – if it works for more than one purpose, you can count me in. I’m the same way when it comes to food. I love anything that can be made in one pot only, and I also love recipes that are great for more than one meal of the day.
Take this blueberry muffin bread, for example. It makes the most delicious breakfast ever, and you can serve the rest of it for dessert that night (that is, if there’s any of it left…) Heck, I’ll even have this for lunch and dinner, it’s so delicious! I would call this a breeze to make, with only five minutes of prep time. And just look at how beautiful it is! Almost too pretty to eat… no, wait, I’ll eat it for sure!
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Quick Tip: Try this muffin bread toasted and topped with cream cheese!