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Rally good and easy to make

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PIvie February 27, 2010

So easy to make and to my opinion they are the healthiest muffins you can make. I do replace butter with sunflower or canola oil (or any other oil that does not have too much flavor) and add to the mix some dried or frozen fruit, like raisins, apricots or prunes, blueberries, some chopped walnut. I also love to add some chia and poppy seeds (1/4 -1/3 cup each).
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I shared this recipe with a couple of my friends and now we all make only these muffins, just with different fruits, nuts or seeds added to it. Absolutely delicious!

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Dantys May 03, 2012

My husband loves these bran muffins! I always add @ 3/4 cup of raisins. I've been making them for several years, baking up all of the batter and freezing half of them to enjoy later when I slice them in half and then microwave them for 15 seconds.

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margaretmmm September 20, 2011

I've used this recipe many times over the past years. It is convenient having batter ready in the 'fridge for even a few muffins whenever they are wanted. I find the mild flavor and moist crumb very appetizing. Tey them warm with a tall glass of cold milk.

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l_olson_10349888 July 18, 2011

I am surprised no one has rated this yet. I just made a batch this morning. The kids love it for a quick breakfast. We scoop it in cups, add a filling (fresh fruit or pir filling) to the middle then put it in the micro for 1.5 min.

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tellison February 17, 2010
Hodgson Mill's Oven-Ready Bran Muffins