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  1. Johanna GGG

    Yes, I hear that it is hard to convince future employers that you are a good team player if you eat your colleagues but on the other hand if you eat your superiors, you create an opening at a higher level and that can be very good for career advancement 🙂

    seriously, those muffins look excellent – just the sort of thing I need for my 3pm slump – sometimes I think fruit will cut it but unless lunch is substantial I often find it aint enough

  2. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I find it deeply disturbing that these muffins contain grated carrot after what you compared the carrot in your lunchbox to. Somehow I still think they sound fantastic. 🙂

  3. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Wonderful muffins, Hannah! I’ve been thinking about carrot muffins quite a while now, and – tadaaaaah! 😀 Here’s a recipe! 😀

    I’m so happy that ou got so much support on your last post! That you feel your strength coming back now shows that you’ve made a good decision!

  4. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    awwww this is great Hannah!! I am soo excited for you and so glad to know that you’re lookin’ forward to this transition in your life! Keep hanging in there, and I know you’ll be just fine and dandy. BTW these look so yummmmy~

  5. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    All of your posts seriously crack me up! I love your sense of humor- I’m glad I’m not the only one that notices phallic symbols in my food 🙂 These muffins look amazing. If you’re going to eat your colleague, this is a good one to eat 🙂 Hope the job is going well!

  6. Camille

    Hey, I just so happen to have both carrots AND sunflower seeds that need using. Thank YOU. 🙂

  7. Errign

    Can I just tell you, the minute I read carrot and two plums that’s IMMEDIATELY what I thought of, even before I read your parentheses. I am a 12 year old boy, apparently. Other than that, Happy Saturday (Sunday for you?) and just wanted to say I am so happy for you that you are happy 🙂 xoxo

  8. Christine @ Merf In Progress

    AWesome! I made pumpkin quinoa muffins recently (twice, actually) and they rocked my world. These look so similar, but different, and I like a little variety in my life (remember, I am a married woman with kids… hehe)

  9. Erica

    Blog world is wonderful, isn’t it? Those muffins look like they have AWESOME texture. I love sunflower seed. Hope you’re having a fantastic weekend

  10. Shannon

    AH! Kicking myself now for passing up a MOTHERLOAD bag of sunflower seeds for next to nothing now… I knew I should buy them! I only JUST started to go from disliking carrot to tolerating it to liking it. I think it’s a perfect addition to wholesome muffins! YUM. Also, per your big decision, way to go! At 27 I’m only JUST getting back to what I wasn’t ready to start 5 years ago.

  11. Monique

    Oh yum those muffins look delish! 🙂 And I actually teared up a little at the thought of how happy you were. This NEVER happens to me haha. I can’t imagine how much this means to you to put yourself out there and find out that it maybe is the best decision you could have made for the time being. Super exciting still, you’re going to love this new adventure I’m sure!

  12. Fiona

    Yay! Those muffins look great. I’m expanding my muffin repetoire!

  13. Margaret

    Welcome to the working world Hannah.
    You are already famous….soon you’ll be rich as well! You deserve all wonderful things, and then some.

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Haha the first cannibal food blogger huh Miss H? 😉 Now that’s an idea! “By day she offers up sweet treats to her colleagues but by night….she eats them!” 😛

  15. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Ooh these look wonderful – there’s something so hearty and delicious about carrot-infused baked goods! They might be nice with some grated apple as well?

    And I love your comment on the carrot and plums….hahaha.

  16. Ashley @ the fit academic

    mmmmm – I love doing homemade muffins! Haven’t made a batch in awhile! I should get on that!!!

  17. Helen (grabyourfork)

    There’s nothing like homebaked goodies to say thank you! And nawww, I hope they were happy tears, not sad ones 🙂

  18. Priyanka

    Those muffins look amazing. I need to make muffins like these for a quick grab-n-go breakfast in the morning.

  19. Baking Serendipity

    Carrot muffins are one of my favorite filling snacks. High five on these for sure! I’m catching up on blogs, so reading backwards in time to your past post. This one makes me excited for it! I hope the big decisions in your life have been fulfilling and bringing you joy 🙂 Happy Sunday!

  20. Alisa Fleming

    Oh wow, what an awesome thank you! I’m baking these this week … yummers!

  21. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    holy yum batman! These look fantastic!

  22. Miri Leigh

    These muffins look wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

  23. what katie's baking

    i’m so happy to hear that our kind words made you feel so good!! 🙂
    i’m also happy to hear that you still have a sense of humor during such a tough time
    “And not just because the carrot and two plums arranged themselves in a manner clearly designed to symbolically taunt my singleness” hahahah
    these look awesome!

  24. Adrian in Food Rehab

    haha! Yes, I have no doubt that veggies and fruit will not satisfy your choccie cravings. I’ll sing this for you: “I’m on the right track baby I was born this way…”

  25. penny aka jeroxie

    NOt sure if I want to eat my colleagues… probably not very tasty 😛

  26. Emma

    These are perfect! I have 5kg of carrots in my fridge to use!

  27. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Yum!! Perfect snackage material, perfect!
    Heidi xo

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