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Excellent texture and flavor! I used dried cherries and added 1/4 cup of white chocolate chips. Healthy, with just a little decadence! I also used cranberry juice instead of orange since that is what I had in. I omitted the orange zest. I will definitely makes these again. Thanks for posting!
Just super,I used some dried lemon bits,cranberries,raisins,and soaked apricot I had in vodka ,yummy
Absolutely marvelous. I wanted chunks ah fruit so I chopped it instead of whizzing it in the food pro. I made 6 muffins and used 1 tbsp of Splenda brown sugar. All else was as ask. They are moist, tender and very yummy with the wonderful dried mixed fruit. I might mention that I used walnut oil. I needed to bake a bit longer than ask only to get a blush of brown on them (the ONLY thing I like about a silicone pan is the easy release) So good Paula! Thanks hon.
I love this recipe! I have been looking for a good oat bran muffin recipe since my husband's diagnosis of high cholesterol, and this is THE one. I leave out the egg whites and use olive oil instead of vegetable oil and I use fresh ground wheat flour. I also sometimes use steel cut oats instead of rolled oats. This morning I added frozen blueberries and upped the temperature to 425 because I'm using a stoneware pan. They rose much better!
Excellent bran muffin that is packed full of good things yet still low in fat and added sugar. Pulsing dried fruit with other ingredients makes these especially sweet, and not at all heavy as bran muffins are prone to be. I used just shy of a 6oz. pkg of tropical medley dried fruit which was really good, although any mixed fruit blend would be great. Made 12 muffins which were full to the rim. Delicious! These will be part of my regular breakfast muffin selection in the freezer, if they last that long! Thanks, PaulaG, for another great recipe!