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These are amazing!! I added a bit of apple pie spice and some raisins. My only problem is they don't last long enough in my house... Anyone know if you can double the recipe?

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canoepaddlerswife April 17, 2010

What a revelation! And so easy! I rolled out the dough and used a big mug to cut out the muffins (I got 10). I cooked up the scraps while waiting for the rounds to rise and my hubby and I ate them hot out of the pan with butter and jam. Yum! It's going to be hard to buy them at the store again...

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Pippy February 20, 2010

Not quite like the store kind, but tasty. Perhaps the texture was off, because I decided to sub out 1 cup of whole wheat for the white? It had a wonderful rise though and cooked up beautifully. I will try the recipe with just the white flour next time and see if there's a difference. :)

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Lori Mama January 11, 2010

FANTASTIC!!!! My husband LOVED English Muffins, but now we wouldn't think of buying them anymore. They just don't last very long at our house. I have added flour so they aren't sticky and have tried a couple of variations including raisins and nuts (craisins would work too). I accidentally used bread flour in one batch and they were EXTREMELY light and fluffy. I am anxious to try other variations -- whole wheat flour with cracked wheat -- dried blueberries -- bacon bits (using bacon grease from BLTs) -- apricots -- other dried fruits etc. I see no reason why this shouldn't work and making 1-1/2 batch in the bread machine is no problem.

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joannedahlin September 17, 2009

So delicious! I ate three as soon as they were out of the oven, and kept munching on them all day! Cheaper and better than store-bought, this is definately a keeper!

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KlynnPadilla August 20, 2009

Wonderful! I LOVE these...and so easy!

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Mom2 T, K, K & G July 14, 2009

Just made these delicous muffins, and ate them with my hubby and precious 4 year old. The 4-year old ate 2 1/2 full-sized muffins!! This recipe is outstanding and easy. What else I liked about this recipe is when it says it makes 8-10 muffins, it really does! I always feel like a glutton when my version looks more like a real serving but produces less than the recipe indicates. Hope you have the same success. Enjoy!!

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mattison1004 July 12, 2009

I never thought I'd be making my own english muffins! These are wonderful, Miss Dustbunni. Thanks bunches! A definite "PLUS" is that they freeze well in vaccum bags for storage of extra muffins. Get them out the night before use and toast. Very good for making your own "egg mcmuffin"!!

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MamawCook June 20, 2009

AWESOME! I might jut have to make these every weekend.

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8elbows May 03, 2009

These came out great, just have to practice a little more when getting them into the pan without deflating and wrecking the shapes. Easy did this in a stainless pan with no extra oil.

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andypandy May 02, 2009
English Muffins (Bread Machine Method).