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    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    These are a dense, high fiber muffin. Excellent heated in the microwave for a few minutes.

    Recipe #90293

    From KraftFoods.com Not only healthy, but really tastes great. Very good toasted with butter.

    Recipe #150857

    I don't remember where I got the original version of this recipe, but I modified it to make it fat free. It is very moist and tasty and my kids love it.

    Recipe #63091

    A quick bread packed with healthy ingredients! Goes great with baked beans or for breakfast with cream cheese! Adapted from Cook Now Serve Later cookbook by Readers Digest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #144666

    I got this recipe off the side of a Fiber One box... and it's a goodie. You can use pretty much any kind of bran cereal in it, and the addition of different types of yogurt adds subtle shadings of different flavours. I try to match the yogurt to whatever type of additional stuff that I add - 1/2 cup chopped fruit, berries, raisins, nuts, etc. (optional).

    Recipe #151089

    This recipe come from a leader at weight watchers who also uses a bread machine. One slice is 2 points. Makes a 2 pound loaf.

    Recipe #56668

    This recipe courtesy of Perry Street Inn and freezes beautifully. It makes 2 loaves or 48 mini-muffins.

    Recipe #199919

    9 Reviews |  By Sonata

    These delicious, moist muffins came from the Practical Produce Cookbook. I played around with some of the ingredients(mainly because I was too lazy to go down in the basement to get the other bag of all-purpose flour) substituting some whole wheat flour and quick oats for some of the all-purpose flour it called for, and using light brown sugar in place of half of the white sugar. This is a kid-pleaser, with or without the topping. The original recipe states it makes 12 regular-sized muffins. I got 36 mini muffins from it.

    Recipe #152519

    9 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Christiana Campbell's serves these wonderful little muffins with every meal. At one time, they handed out this recipe on little cards (that's where i got mine). A reviewer reminded me: these are butt ugly. In Williamsburg, perfect little bite-sized muffins are served, all nice and puffy. When I made them, and the reviewer also, they were NOT puffy. They taste really good, but for some peculiar reason, they fall after coming out of the oven. If anyone makes them, and can figure this mystery out, please share. I have no clue why they come out different at home than they do in Williamsburg.

    Recipe #87936

    This bread is just so good, more like a coffee cake than a bread. I didn't have bread flour, so used regular unbleached, all-purpose flour and took it out about 3 minutes before the beeper because I like a less-crispy crust. Well, what a treat. Major keeper. Not only would I make it again, I think it would make some of the most awesome cinnamon roll dough, and I'm definitely going to try that very soon. I would also suggest using this bread to make Cinnamon Toast Deluxe, recipe #93128. A definite cinnamon extravaganza, and a wonderful treat, especially for those of you who are looking for a stronger cinnamon flavor.

    Recipe #90502

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    These are a very tasty, dense and moist muffin...A breakfast in themselves. You can use Whole Grain Total cereal in place of the bran flakes. This recipe is from my best friend up in Erie, PA. My recipe card is dated 1986.

    Recipe #139239

    73 Reviews |  By Kree

    This is my favorite bran muffin recipe. It's so easy and delicious! I got it from another website a couple of years ago.

    Recipe #63584

    I got this recipe from a friend of mine about 16 years ago. I thought they were delicious and made them several times. I was so excited when I came across this recipe while looking through 100's of recipes I have clipped, saved and copied over the years. I will be making this again real soon!

    Recipe #130085

    This recipe is adapted from razzledazzlerecipes.com. I suggest using WaterMelon's low fat baking mix (Recipe #75577) to make these these cookies healthier. (Thanks, WaterMelon!) I also usually substitute unsweetened applesauce for all or part of the butter or margarine.

    Recipe #222317

    This was on one of those recipe cards that you get in the mail from time to time. We love the taste of the pumpkin and bran - even DD and she isn't a bran eater!

    Recipe #16015

    This recipe is from Rachel, my MIL.

    Recipe #147012

    This recipe was given to me by my mother-in-law. The muffins are delicious.

    Recipe #144350

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    My husband has started creating his own wonderful low-fat recipes and this one is delish! Fabulous for breakfast. He actually uses just shy of 1/4 cup of applesauce, but I couldn't figure out how to note that!

    Recipe #99425

    These are wonderful for just throwing in your favorite ingredients---I don't need any other muffin recipes. Editing to add, based on a recent review: Be sure not to overmix muffins; if you do, they will be tough. They should still be lumpy when you are finished mixing them.

    Recipe #32734

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