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So delicious! Small modifications I made were: used oat bran, used less brown sugar, grapeseed oil, 1/2 rice milk-1/2 apple cider, blueberries, dried cranberries, and flax meal.
This was so good. The ingredients blended so well together making for such a great flavor. I made these for my daughter and the friend, and it was very early that a plate emptied. I added cocoa as a substitute for in the thing which lasted neither of dry raisin and the dry apricot. I'll be making frequently these. Next time, I intend to put the dried fruit which soaked in rum. Thanks so much, Uncle Bill.
perfect muffins, used craisins, but will try the apricots next time, double batch made 22 muffins. thanks!
Loved these! The wheat bran lends a great texture and lovely sweet nutty flavor. I enjoyed the addition of the apricot...gave an extra level of chewy delight :) I added a 1/2 of chopped walnuts along with the dried fruit ('cause we are just nutty here :) ) I got a dozen regular sized muffins and a 1/2 dozen little mini-muffins... YUM!!! - All was well in my world - THANKS Uncle Bill :)
These are really great muffins Uncle Bill! I was a bit concerned as the batter was a little thin, but they baked out wonderful, I used Ocean Spray Craisins, and I added in 1 teaspoon cinnamon and 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg also. I only got 11 regular-sized muffins instread 12. I baked them in a 350 degree convection oven for about 18 minutes, thanks for this great recipe Bill!...Kitten:)
These are FABULOUS!! I used freshly ground whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose and subbed dried cherries for the apricots (don't like them much). Thanks, Uncle Bill, for sharing your wonderful muffins!!! The kids gobbled them up!!
Wow, these are pretty good muffins, i only use 1/2 c sugar (the sweetness turned out just right),1/4craisins (i don't like too much raisins) and omit the apricolts. I just love the "bran" texture. Thanks Uncle Bill!!