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    This is a recipe my grandmother gave to me and I believe she got it off a bag of Quaker Oats. It is the best bran muffin recipe I have tried. I misplaced the recipe and couldn't find it online anywhere, so I'm posting it here so I can find it. I remember my grandmother making these when we'd go to stay with her and I loved them. I usually store the unused batter in plastic containers in the refrigerator. I fill the containers with the batter and then put a layer of plastic wrap over the top before I put the lid on...I find the batter keeps longer that way. Also, by putting it in a couple of smaller containers, rather than one large one, the batter keeps longer because you aren't exposing it until you use it. I'm not sure exactly how many muffins this will make because I've never made them all at once, but it makes alot.

    Recipe #395857

    This is a family favourite coffee cake, I am always asked to bring it for Chrismas breakfast or family brunches. I also make it every year for a charity Bake Sale, it is easy, sells quickly and has been requested by people that have previously purchased it. The apricot and toffee bits combine to make a moist coffee cake that looks as good as it tastes.

    Recipe #386315

    If you like chewy cookies, then you are going to enjoy these! My husband doesn't generally eat sweets, but he loves these cookies. The recipe was given to me by a co-worker, who photocopied it from a church cookbook, so I don't know who the original credit goes to. I have modified it slightly from the original so this recipe shows a bit less sugar than the original...but I don't think you'll notice. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #414151


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