These muffins are fantastic, and rise very high when baked! If you prefer a sweeter muffin add in more brown or white sugar. I have even made these in mini loaf pans and they were great! If you like nutmeg just add in 1/2 teaspoon to the flour mixture if desired.
These simple little orange rolls begin with refrigerated crescent dough. Quick to make but sure to make a good impression early in the morning! From the Foote Creek Bed & Breakfast in Aberdeen, South Dakota where speedy but impressive food is a must first thing each day. ;o) If you are living in warmer climates, it may help to place the dough in the freezer for a few minutes before slicing.
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.
A moist, very tender muffin that we all enjoy. I eat mine plain but they are also good with butter or jam. It is surprising how tasty they are without any spices, flavorings or zest but the buttermilk and oats really give this muffin its flavor. Please note that the oats need to soak for 1 hour before preparing the muffins so I've included that in the prep time.
A nice variation on a classic food. This recipe was inspired by Banana Bread (with a twist) #17180 posted by Barb Talkington. This does not take the place of regular banana bread, but I recommend it for a break from the beaten path. You can also successfully make this into muffins. Reduce the bake time accordingly.