3 Reviews

I made this for gift giving and think I wasted a lot of quality ingredients. They do not rise, are chewy and tough with so much oats. Fine if you are a into health foods, but not for me. Will not make these again for sure. I posted my pictures to see how short the loaves were.

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brneyz December 16, 2012

These turned out really dense - more like baked oatmeal (if you've had that before) than like a muffin. Texture was weird for the kids, so they did not eat these. I liked them pretty well when I warmed them and served with fat free half and half one morning for breakfast. I halved the recipe and it made 12 regular muffins, although they do not rise, so they were somewhat short. Flavor was pretty good, just the texture was unexpected.

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AprilShowers October 15, 2007

These are absolutely delicious. So healthy and robust, and the flavor is just perfect. We fill a large 6-muffin tin to the brim with this recipe, instead of yielding 18. And when fresh cranberries aren't available, we've used frozen blackberries or mixed fruit (blueberries esp) -- either thawed or still frozen -- and that works out great.

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sunita.sankpal October 12, 2007
Healthy Cranberry Walnut Muffins