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I have been using this same recipe from "The 8-week Cholesterol Cure" book. I love that I can double the batch and freeze them. I am on a mission to keep my cholesterol down with medication. My doctor has supported this endeavor. I won't know for awhile how I'm doing, but these muffins are a part of that process. Healthy and yummy, what more can you ask for? Oh, and you may find that the batter seems runny. You can put it in the pan like that or let it sit for awhile and it will thicken as the moisture is absorbed by the oat bran. Either way has been fine for me. I buy the oat bran in bulk at Whole Foods, but you can also buy boxes of Oat Bran cereal and it works the same.

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Christina CCC November 18, 2008

Not a fan of any kind of muffins - these were easy to fix, very moist. I used a new foil lined muffin / cupcake cooking thingy. You don't need a muffin/ cupcake pan, just a regular cookie sheet. The foil allows the mixture to stand on it's own. After baking, the foil cup peeled off - I kept them to use again - I'll just reline them with the regular cupcake liners of the olden days. Interesting experience all the way around. Try it - you'll like it.

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The Thorn of Hudson, FL December 30, 2006

Love this Recipe!! I really helped my husband and I bring down our cholesterol!! and they taste good too. VERY high in Fiber

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Skatha August 31, 2005

I didn't have enough oat bran, so I used oat bran flour. Used walnuts and raisins and they tasted GREAT. Thanks for the good recipe Bev.

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Miss Annie in Indy December 15, 2004
Oat Bran Apple Cinnamon Muffins