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MMM....Yummy muffins....I had put in some nutmeg and about 1 1/2 cups of blueberry infused Craisins. This recipe is fantastic Kitten as is all your other recipes. They are very tasty with my morning tea. Always love your recipes Kitten, thanks for sharing.
I made these this week and they were soo good! I added pecans on mine.
I wanted to try these because they are almost identical to another Zaar recipe that I use all the time, except these have more sugar. I wanted to see if the additional sugar made a lot of difference. I was surprised that it did. The tops of these muffins were crisper and the muffins were chewier and not as tender. They were good muffins but I do prefer the less sugar version. I used almond extract and added in 1 cup of dried cherries and 1/2 cup of white chocolate chips. An excellent and tasty combination! Another good combo is chocolate chips, dried cranberries and some orange zest. The possibilities are indeed endless. :) Thanks Kitten!
As always, your recipes never fail! It's like when I see a recipe tagged with your name I know I can't go wrong! Guys, these muffins are fabulous! Moist and fluffy! I used almond extract and mini chocolate chips like Redsie did, and they came out awesome! I thought I'd try putting in orange zest next time with the same combo, but the add ins could be just anything your heart desires! Thanks Kitten for yet another winner!
A very handy muffin recipe to have! I ran out of sour cream and topped off the cup with buttermilk, which worked just fine. I added chocolate chips and topped with some sugar. Very moist and tasty. Thanks for posting!
These are wonderful moist muffins and would be good with about anything added to them!!! I decided to add some mini chocolate chips and some almond extract and they were sooooo good!! Thanks Kit!! Can't wait to bake them again with cranberries or coconut or blueberries, etc., etc.!!!
This is one of the most creative canvass board recipes I've used. The first time I made this I used sweetened coconut and 1/3 cup dried cranberies, as well as more coconut as a topping, plus applesauce to make it more sweet. The second time I kept the applesauce and the cocunut, but added cinnamon, a pinch of nutmeg and chopped apples (granny smith). Both worked beautifully, and I will definetely use this recipe again and again.