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    OAMC Muffin Plan

    I love muffins in the morning but I HATE putting them together in the morning. I decided to pick some recipes to make ahead. I plan on mixing up the batter, putting it in muffin cups and freezing the batter. When I want muffins, I'll bake them at that time. Why didn't I think of this before?

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    These muffins are very, very rich. Almost like a cake, you can only eat one, but wish you could have another. The cinnamon/sugar topping makes these muffins a beautiful presentation. Any muffin lover will appreciate these chewy and heavenly treats. (From "In The Sweet Kitchen" cookbook)

    Recipe #50214

    I found this recipe in a magazine article. This is a great use for blackberries that grow in abundance where we live. We pick the wild blackberries and spread them on cookie sheets and put them in the freezer. When frozen, transfer the berries to freezer bags. This way we always have plenty of berries to make muffins year-round.

    Recipe #134729

    These delicious muffins came out of my Classic Holiday Cooking book and are as easy as they are good. I like to serve these on Christmas morning with my Kids Favorite Breakfast Casserole.

    Recipe #97676

    There are plenty of sweets on site with the white chocolate-macadamia nut combination, but not one muffin could I find. These are terrific. Toasted coconut is added and what a natural affinity these three flavors have for each other! These are sweet muffins, perhaps more suitable for teatime than for breakfast, but we eat them any time of day. I got the recipe from "White Chocolate," a book by Janice Wald Henderson.

    Recipe #155036

    These muffins are delicious with fresh summer peaches. If you use frozen peaches, make sure to thaw them and drain any liquid before chopping.

    Recipe #97329

    These muffins are a blend of two recipes. They have a wonderful "Island" taste and combine my families love of Key Lime Juice and Coconut.

    Recipe #125662

    32 Reviews |  By Marie

    If there are any leftover muffins, refrigerate them in a covered container and serve them cold. They're even better!

    Recipe #63077

    These muffins taste like or are a cross between Tim Hortons Old Fashioned Glazed and Cinnamon Spice Timbits. SO YUMMY ...and so Canadian eh?! :) These muffins taste better once they have cooled or even the next day as the flavours have had a chance to meld together. They also freeze well too.

    Recipe #228049


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