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Boy did the house smell good when I made these! I added about a half cup of walnuts, otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Another beautiful way to get oatmeal into my DH! Just delicious!
These are very tasty. A great recipe! I added 1/2 cup chopped walnuts & an additional 1/4 cup of sugar as we prefer our muffins a little sweeter. I made them in mimi muffin tins for the kids which I baked for 12 minutes.
Delicious!! I didn't have enough orange rind for 2 tsp, but otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. I had to beat everyone away to make sure we had enough left for breakfast--they are addictive!! I'll be making these often!!
Terrific! I added chopped walnuts but otherwise followd the recipe, using organic low-fat yogurt. Quick to assemble. I agree that they are better on the second day - the flavors come together very nicely with the extra time and they retain their moisture.
These are really good...even better the second day!
Excellent recipe! It has fantastic "bones" to it, and would easily work with apples and cinnamon, peaches and nutmeg, or even lemon and blueberry! A real winner!
Quick, easy, delicious and kid approved - what more could you ask for? The only change I made was to use 3/4 c. canned whole cranberries in sauce, as I didn't have any fresh ones.
These were really good. I made them with walnuts, and fresh cranberries. I upped the sugar a little aswell to offset the cranberries. I also sprinkled a little sugar on top before baking, they came out looking great.
I have been on a search for the perfect muffin and these get close. I have made them with both raisans and cranberries, plus I usually add chopped almonds or pecans as well. I use this now as the basis for my muffin experiements.
These were delicious! I used some fresh cranberry sauce that I had frozen after Thanksgiving, added finely chopped pecans and reduced the oil to 1/3 cup. Very, very good!!!