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    I have not tried this recipe yet. It came from DH's Grandma's collection. It is from a newspaper, and I don't know which one. I am posting this on request.

    Recipe #271351

    This is the recipe I found that comes the closest to the Red Lobster biscuits. (I don't recall where I got it from). They are delicious and asked for all the time at my house!

    Recipe #390997

    From a Splenda cookbooklet.

    Recipe #236412

    I love banana bread! Unfortunately, it is always loaded in fat when you buy it or follow traditional recipes. There are tons of low fat recipe options out there but the always take out the walnut. Removing them will take away from those "scary numbers" we all watch; however, walnuts are such a rich source of nutrition that they are worth keeping. Side Note: Many people use "Splenda" as a sugar substitute, if you get an icky aftertaste try Stevia, like "Truvia". I personally prefer "Sun Crystal", a mix of natural sugar cane and stevia. Ultimately, it's your choice.

    Recipe #410800

    My grandmother Lucille (we all called her Mammaw) used to make this wonderful zucchini bread when I was growing up. I ate this every time she fixed it, thinking it was banana bread. When I was a teenager and became interested in cooking, I asked her for the recipe and could not believe that this was made with zucchini! If they would have told me that as a child, I probably never would have even tried it. It is one of my favorite desserts to make, it is simple, and it gets rave reviews every time.

    Recipe #466467

    This recipe will make 12 jumbo-size muffins (2 pans of 6 each), or 24 regular size muffins (2 pans of 12 each). A recipe adapted from Marcy Goldman's a Passion for Baking. The original recipe calls for 1/2 teaspoon lemon and orange extract each in addition to the vanilla extract, which I omitted but may be added. I, also, added a lemony sugar topping.

    Recipe #458972

    15 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe was in one of those mailer flyers. I haven't tried it yet but know that if I don't post it I will loose it. I sounds very good. When I bake it I am going to try using Splenda for 1/2 the sugar. Will update let you know how it goes.

    Recipe #130050

    These muffins are both fantastic and easy...Thus the name! They are also easy to make dairy-free (DF)by substituting a non-dairy milk (soy, coconut, almond). I got the recipe from my mother-in-law, Marian Johnson.

    Recipe #461607

    Wonderful and easy. Great for a Fall snack.

    Recipe #27860

    I am letting my long held secret out of the bag! My family and friends love these and always want the recipe but I have, until now, guarded it with my life. My kids love to eat these after playing sports or for breakfast. You can also make these an OAMC recipe for quick on the go meals! (See below for instructions on OAMC)

    Recipe #174461

    Banana muffins

    Recipe #243782

    This is my own tweak on a classic zucchini bread recipe -- fruity and spicy and moist. Even my squash-and-carrot-loathing kids like these!

    Recipe #387039

    1 Reviews |  By cmflora

    I had happened up on a Cinnamon quick bread...but had a counter full of zucchini.

    Recipe #462624

    Flecks of zucchini give a third dimension to the popular lemon and poppy seed combination in this moist quick bread. Recipe is from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #244856

    These muffins won 2nd place in a King Arthur Flour contest. I've been making them since my kids were babies and have brought them to many functions. The yogurt makes them fluffy and the almond flavoring gives them a special bakery flavor. You can substitute pureed cottage cheese for the ricotta.

    Recipe #112691

    If you love strawberries, try this treat.

    Recipe #179855

    2 Reviews |  By DrLock

    This comes from the Not So Humble Pie blog (http://notsohumblepie.blogspot.com/2010/05/sour-cream-lemon-muffins.html). It makes a moist muffin with a gentle lemon flavor. The family enjoyed it very much. I am capturing it here so that I can find it again.

    Recipe #456247

    Recipe #50719

    This was posted by nlb in epicurious. It is from Necessities & Temptations from the Junior League of Austin. I have never, EVER, had a banana bread this good.

    Recipe #59900

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