I enjoyed quite a lovely breakfast this morning, thanks to you, Kim! This recipe supplied 8 regular sized muffins that baked for 18 minutes when done. I filled the remaining 4 empty muffin cups half way with water. I used Kim's suggested powdered sugar drizzle over these delicious muffins and couldn't wait for them to cool, so ate 2 right away! Wonderful recipe for my Saturday morning (or anytime)!!
These were very dry and somewhat bland. I could not eat them without butter, and even then they were too dry.
I made this at the very last minute when I needed to whip up some muffins for a guest who was already on the way to my house. I was nervous filling the cups because the batter looked very thick. Also, I didn't see a length of time for cooking. I guessed 10 minutes and added another five. They could have used another couple of minutes but we liked them just how they were. Turned out fantastic! So easy and flavorful. I didn't even add a topping. There was a nice, slight crunch to the edges and the inside was soft and tasty. Thanks! A keeper.
This recipe was just what I needed when I wanted a treat for my son and had weird ingredients in the house :). I had to use subtitutes because I was out of eggs and regular oil -- I used 1/4 c. applesauce in place of the egg and lemon-infused olive oil in place of the regular oil. I then put some cinnamon sugar on top of each muffin just before baking. Made 9 regular sized muffins and cooked 18 minutes, came out moist and delicious. THANK YOU!
I am somewhat new to this whole cooking/baking thing, but I am good at following recipes. These came out AMAZING. I read some reviews and made sure not to overcook them, and added a little extra cinnamon, and the frosting came out great, too. I added this to my favorites and I'll most definitely be making these again. Thank you!!
This was a very easy recipe! I followed other reviewers suggestion and doubled the cinnamon (actually double plus because I used a heaping teaspoon of cinnamon). I also had some King Arthur Flour cinnamon flav-r-bites so added a 1/2 cup of those to the wet ingredients before mixing the wet and dry together. I used a cream cheese cinnamon roll icing recipe to top them - YUMM!! (2 oz softened cream cheese, 3.5 tablespoons softened butter, creamed together then add 1 teaspoon vanilla and 1 tablespoon milk and mixed, then add 1/8 teaspoon salt and gradually add 3/4 cup confectioners sugar) I'll definitely be making these again!
Double the cinnamon, pull them out early. Made 22 mini muffins so up the quantity if you want a true dozen regular size muffins.
These turned out great for me. I followed the other reviewers advice and added extra cinnamon and brown sugar. In fact, I doubled the cinnamon and I am glad I did. I also dusted the tops with extra cinnamon and turbinado sugar. I used a jumbo muffin pan and still they only needed to bake for 18 minutes. For those that say they were dry, use a toothpick to start checking them at around 18 minutes. As soon as it comes out clean, get 'em out! Thanks to the submitter and the reviewers for the inspiration!
Wonderfully moist. Both of my boys (ages 4 and 1) ate them with delight. As a stay at home dad, I found this recipe very easy to make. I will make many more times again.
Oh wow! I just made these today and they were absolutely divine! Definitely one of my favourite recipes to bake. I upped the cinnamon just a bit, and added some vanilla extract. Next time I'll decrease the amount of sugar even more, but that's just personal preference. These supplied 9 muffins which we gobbled up right away! So easy, with simple ingredients. LOVE THEM!