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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Bran Muffins

I hadn't baked these muffins in years. They are nice, basic
bran muffins...sweet and filling with lots of fiber.
We had them with soup for dinner and again
for breakfast.
All Bran Muffins
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1 1/2 c All Bran cereal
1 c buttermilk
1/3 c oil
1 egg
2/3 c brown sugar
1/2 t vanilla
1 1/2 c flour
1 t baking soda
1 t baking powder
1/2 t salt
1/2 c craisins, or any dried fruit
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Mix all wet ingredients with cereal and let set 5 minutes.
Add dry ingredients and stir just until combined.
Divide into eight muffin cups
Bake 375 for 15-20 minutes.
Toothpick test.

21 comments:

  1. Ya know, I have always enjoyed a good Bran muffin...think I will make a batch soon.
    YOURS look fabulous!

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  2. They look absolutely delicious. I can't bake at all but would glad buy these.

    CJ xx

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  3. Those look so good! I've had bran muffins before and liked them, but I've never made them. I bet these would be good to make and freeze for quick breakfasts.

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  4. Ah, that looks delicious! I love muffins, in fact I really enjoy baking. Thank you for sharing this recipe.;)

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  5. I'll try these. I'm really, really trying to increase Tukes' fiber intake and he loves muffins. I'll bet the buttermilk makes them yummy.

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  6. I can almost smell them cooking ! I was wondering what to have for breakfast in the morning. I think I will add some chopped walnuts to your recipe. Yummy !

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  7. these look so good and healthy, too. my mom had a bran recipe that you could mix up and then keep in the fridge for up to a week or so. that way you could bake a few everyday and have them warm each time.

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  8. These look so good. Do you think I could add some flaxseed to it? My fave part is the muffin top (remember Seinfeld)...these look so good.

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  9. I haven't made these in years, either! They look scrummy!

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  10. Julie ~ I think these are that same recipe. It's just easier to bake them all and pop them in the microwave, I think!

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  11. Lora ~ I bet they would freeze well...but there are never any left for us to freeze! :)

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  12. ohh...so yum...already thinking of ways to modify for my family...will post back if it turns out nicely!

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  13. Gosh, they look super yummy.

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  14. Muffins are always good. I like them with butter too.

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  15. thanks for stopping by my blog a while back. i'm sorry i'm just getting to you but a LOT has been going on. those muffins look too good! yum :P

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  16. Your entire blog is delicious -Those muffins in particular.

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  17. Thank you for the recipe! My girls are getting tired of toast for breakfast, and a big batch of these in the freezer would be something easy to pull out in the morning. Yum!
    Susan

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  18. I could go for one of this about right now!

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  19. Yet another chance to use buttermilk!

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