A screenshot I took of the Hot New Releases in Vegetarian Cookbooks at Amazon.ca Kindle store, earlier today!
Number 2 in the Top 100! I’ll take it. 😉
Thanks to everyone who has already purchased:
Wow…you’ve made my day! 🙂
I made a big batch of Slow-Cooker Chili yesterday and thought some cornbread muffins or scones would be nice to go with it. Instead of my usual stand-by recipes, I decided to take a browse online and found this one at the Land O Lakes site:
These muffins were wonderful!
I don’t know why the comments/reviews on the site vary so much about these, some people loved them and others ..not so much.
I did tweak the recipe a bit:
-Instead of milk I used water .
– I baked them at 400F not 425F to avoid overbrowning.
-Also, DO use paper liners when you make these. I was out of liners and they were a bit hard to get out of the tin afterwards.
-I made 8 large muffins instead of 12.
I wish I had my own photo to share but the last 3 were finished off at breakfast today with cherry jam. Joe is a “hearty” eater, nuff said! 😉
Happy Baking and Happy New Year. 🙂
I ♥♥ bran muffins!
And based on the number of weekly visitors to this blog searching for bran muffin recipes, I’m in good company. 😉
But last week, thought I’d give my Quick and Easy Bran Muffins a go, with pecans and coconut added and a pecan on top of each one!
Yummm….these muffins have a slightly lighter texture than my “stand bys” but just as good overall. And no buttermilk or yogurt required, which I didn’t have on hand.
Not overly sweet either. Unlike a lot of commercial bran muffins (I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a really good commercial muffin, have you?) and some recipes too; making these a healthier choice.
I’m including the recipe for Quick and Easy Bran Muffins on page 2.
If you give them a try or have already, let me know if you liked these muffins.
I’d like one right now actually but no baking today, just been too hot! Cooler temps. on the way though, can’t wait. 🙂
Happy Week and Happy Baking.
PS: Speaking of healthier choices: I just posted a new review of Jane Fonda’s Fit & Strong DVD, over at My Real Life Reviews. Hope you’ll stop by soon.
I’m just crazy about carrots!
Love them, all ways: Raw, cooked, in soups, salads, wraps,cakes, muffins…
The recipe I’m including with this post is for a soup that I make at least once a week from my cookbook: Cream of Carrot Soup (see complete recipe second page). Especially good when garden carrots are available. Extra yummy!
And check out the: World Carrot Museum, what a hoot!
Enjoy and happy cooking! 🙂
Carrot photo (wow love it too!) courtesy of: Flickr
PS: My apologies for the wonky text size changes in this post…WP, acting up a bit it seems. I did try to fix it!