9 Reviews

Wonderful!! These muffins came out so light and flavorfull. They have a great orange taste that was a very nice change from the usual. I didn't change a thing in this recipe. It was very easy to follow and very easy to do! Thanks, Diggy for this keeper!! I would like to give you another blue ribbon!! :-)

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MizzNezz August 07, 2002

I think there is a mistake in this recipe. I went against my better judgement and put in the 3 teaspoons each of salt, baking powder, and baking soda - wow was it salty! I made it again using only 1 teaspoon of each. It tasted pretty good that way, but next time I think I'll use only 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

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Sallyanne December 14, 2002

I think there might have been a mistake with recipe, as I used the 3 tsp salt, 3tsp baking soda, and 3 tsp baking powder, the muffins are not even edible. I think the recipe may have to be changed.

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kristy howard February 13, 2003

This recipe isn't even worth fiddling around with. WAY too much salt, baking powder, and baking soda!!! The batter is runny and they all ended up in the garbage. Find another orange muffin recipe.

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Betsy Minatani February 02, 2003

I too had to throw mine out. I used only 1 tsp. salt but they were still bitter and they fell in the middle.

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Goofus June 28, 2009

This recipe needs to be revised. I made these and and the muffins came out too salty and bitter, I had to throw out the whole batch.

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Crustee February 03, 2006

I wouldn't recommend using 3 teaspoons of salt, bp and bs in this recipe. I followed the directions exactly and ended up having to throw away the entire batch - complete waste of ingredients and time. Looks like an interesting recipe, however I would alter the portions of salt, baking soda and baking powder.

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Lorrie October 31, 2005

Are there really 3 tspns each of salt, baking powder and baking soda? It really seems like a lot. The recipe looks delicious otherwise, please clarify! Thanks, JayL

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Love2Eat August 06, 2003

Beautiful and light and moist. As for me, I added a handful of sultanas - maybe I'll try more, or orange pieces as well next time. However, I did only put a pinch of salt in, and 2 T oil instead of 3. I also decreased both baking powder and soda to 2 tsp, but that might still have been too much. They're beautiful all the same. I'll definitely make these again!

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Melisande Beneksri May 29, 2003
Orange Muffins