Chloe’s Muffins

Posted by mamabok | Cakes/Desserts,Cooking,Kitchen,My Musing,The Brat | Saturday 5 September 2009 6:26 pm


Kate .. the brat’s babysitter promised to make muffins with her.. if she is good in school on Friday.. so yesterday.. they went home.. and after dinner.. they made some muffins.   Of course, we forgot we didn’t have any muffin bake ware .. so they made do .. with baking in a pyrex dish instead.  So you have this .. weird shape muffins.. hahahahha!! with chocolate frosting of course..!


But the kid also had other ideas.. and wanted to bake a cake too.. but of course there was no cake mix or anything.. so instead.. they used the muffin mix.. and made this.  Hahahah!! but that’s ok..  it was fun for her.. and fun for us when we came home to a house smelling of baked goodies.  Do you bake with your kids..?? or grandkids..??  i hope to be able to have more time to spend baking with Chloe as she grows older.

I remember my grandaunt’s kitchen.. that was always filled with cooking ingredients..and rempah.. and she was always baking something.  Unfortunately, at our home, my mom doesn’t bake anything except making pineapple tarts during chinese new year and we weren’t allowed to help.. because she was selling them – everything had to be perfect – else she would get really upset.. because she had to do it again.  I never learned how to make pineapple tarts.. because my mom said it was too back breaking.. and by the time she retired.. she was too old to make them.. she said. *sigh*.  So yes..  i don`t want Chloe to grow up without knowing the joy of baking and cooking in the kitchen with her mom and dad.


  1. Comment by Mei — September 5, 2009 @ 7:12 pm

    Wow, that’s a big muffin-cake, hahahah. It looks cool with the jelly-bears! Baking is rarely enjoyed in our house. I don’t think my mum trusts our oven coz it’s so old. But we used to bake fairy cakes and cheese biscuits, cakes and bread. :)

  2. Comment by Lina — September 5, 2009 @ 9:50 pm

    1st pix looks yummy & pretty, 2nd pix looks even more YUMMY & PRETTIER coz it’s by Chloe 😛 Bias huh? hahahaha

  3. Comment by Tsuchiyama — September 6, 2009 @ 12:04 am

    I think it would be fun and a very good experience to cook and bake with your old child. I never had the experience like what Chloe had before. The cake , muffins made by Chloe was very creative and pretty. hahhah. no choice ,I am a very biased judge too.

  4. Comment by Macy — September 6, 2009 @ 1:36 am

    Chloe’s cake looks wonderful. I bet it tastes yummy too! Monkey loves to cook with his dad.

  5. Comment by Charmaine — September 6, 2009 @ 8:47 am

    Nice to come home to freshly baked muffins. Baking with kids are fun.. if you look pass the messy kitchen… :) They love to measure, mix and sift.

  6. Comment by kk — September 6, 2009 @ 9:57 am

    I think this is great! I tried cooking cupcakes with my nephew but he lost patience and kept trying to open the oven door hahaha girls are much better hahaha

  7. Comment by jen — September 6, 2009 @ 7:20 pm

    ouuuuuuu.. i see gummy bears. *droools =D

  8. Comment by Jen — September 6, 2009 @ 8:10 pm

    They look great, even better with the gummy bears!

  9. Comment by Frances — September 6, 2009 @ 10:55 pm

    Chloe you did a good job , the muffins look colorful and yummy! :)

  10. Comment by mommy to chumsy — September 6, 2009 @ 11:24 pm delicious. Mmmmm…I want to eat one too 😀

  11. Comment by keen — September 7, 2009 @ 2:10 am

    These muffins sure taste yummy. Chloe is so creative at such a young age she deserves full marks from me!

  12. Comment by soofen — September 7, 2009 @ 3:53 pm

    hahaha… it’s funny cos I did the same too…

  13. Comment by shirleyloo — September 11, 2009 @ 5:52 am

    hmm..looks like lil Chloe understand the meaning of improvision as well eh?? cool!!! I so love to bake oso but dun have an oven yet ;-( my mom didnt bake as well coz typical chinese woman lah (only loves her woks & pots hehe)…

  14. Comment by jackie — September 30, 2009 @ 2:45 am

    ooooo tasty

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