By luminajd on June 20, 2002
"I found this recipe in a diabetic cookbook. These muffins are a good source of fiber and delicious."
Serving Size: 1 (1878 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I have made a comment about this recipe in the past but I cannot tell you enough how great this is. I do add raisins for a little extra sweetness but the recipe is great with or without them. I have left the batter in the fridge for over a week and the muffins turned out as good if not better than those bake the same day as made. A truly great recipe."
"I really liked this recipe, have made them four times. They are great."
"These are great muffins since they're so healthy for you. They're not very sweet so I do add a bit of butter and honey which makes them very, very good. I'll make these a lot simply because they're so healthy and yet very enjoyable."
"I usuallly never keep to a recipe (always have to play around with it!)...but this one I followed exactly as written and it was excellent! Loved the bran/oatmeal mix. The second time I made them, I did not have any apples, but did have fresh blueberries and they were divine. I bought new muffin top pans so they came out a bit different from your regular muffins! This is a keeper! If you want a good low fat muffin (that does not taste like sawdust) I truly recommend this one!! Thanks for the recipe Luminajd "