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I don't like to run my gas stove every morning, though the uncooked dough will keep in the refrigerator. We felt like "scientists." Used All Bran this time around. The possibilities for fun mix-ins like shredded coconut, nuts, fruit etc. My son saw some nice muffins at a cafe and we decided we'd try making some at home.
Please note that this batter needs to be made a day in advance, so the bran can soften and the batter thicken.And, as several have mentioned, this recipe will most likely readily accept nuts, spices etc. My son saw some nice muffins at a cafe and we decided we'd try making some at home.Storage and use tip: I have found both wheat and oat variants to freeze well. Set the frozen muffin on a microwaveable plate, set power to 50%, total time 90 seconds. This recipe was perfect for what we were looking for - classic bran muffin recipe. Really fun process for kids with the steps involved in soaking the cereal and mixing everything in a way that is different from a simpler muffin recipe., we rounded up seven stories from the past week that are impossible to get through without a smile. San Antonio man gifts kiddie pools to families in need After seeing a photo on Facebook that mocked kids for using the back of a truck as a swimming pool, San Antonio resident Using social media to locate the family, Arredondo bought them an inflatable swimming pool and personally delivered it to their home.I did 12 with just raisins and 12 with raisins and cranberries. I have always used All-Bran original for this recipe which has disappeared from local stores.
Next batch, I will try cutting down on white sugar as the fruit bits make it sweet enough to my way of thinking. I have even tried to locate it online with little success.
We felt like "scientists." Used All Bran this time around. The possibilities for fun mix-ins like shredded coconut, nuts, fruit etc.
I really cant stand super sugar coated cerials like coco-pebbels anymore. Frosted Flakes (only Kelloggs..if there is any other) Banana Frosted Flakes (no longer made, but delish) Apple Jacks Quisp (another 1 no longer made..I long for childhood again) anything by the Cap'n Wheat Chex Rice Crispies Special K with berries Frosted mini-wheats Multi-Grain Cheerios and sometimes Crispex Ok..here's something kinda weird...
It's a snowy Christmas morning in Massachusetts-warm muffins made it perfect!
Was looking for a potluck breakfast offering and was so glad that I decided to try this recipe.
Our guarantee: These muffins will be moist, slightly sweet, and tender. I used bulk wheat bran from the local co-op in the same quantities as noted in the recipe.