For our health, my stepson and I have to lose weight. His heart health is a very important factor. I play with recipes to cut transfat and sugars while adding filling fiber. This recipe is based on a Toll House Chocolate Chip cookie recipe in a 1957 version of the Betty Crocker cook book. They are soft, chewy and buttery.
When we were on the "low carb" kick, I came up with this deviation from a classic meat loaf. This takes some time to cook, but is well worth the time. The surprise here is the usage of Toasted Wheat Bran instead of bread crumbs.
These muffins are moist, delicious and chock full of fiber! This recipe is adapted from one I found in a 1950's version of the Betty Crocker cook book. The base is so versatile you can add anything you want, or nothing at all.