I got this recipe from Robin Miller's Quick Fix Meals. I have made this several times and my husband loves it. And it is so easy to make! I usually just buy Tyson's ready cooked chicken breast strips (two 6oz pkgs) pre-seasoned with southwestern spices. I sometimes use multi-grain flour tortillas, when I can find them in the store.
These prizewinning muffins, created by Best Pumpkin Recipe Contest Winner Victoria Meacham of Albany, Ore. This was published in Quick and Simple Magazine. Makes a nice yummy moist muffin. The recipe says to add 1/2 cup raisins and 1/2 cup of walnuts, but if you want you can reduce the amount and just add 1/4 cup raisins and 1/4 cup walnuts.
Ok...here in the US avocados are used in savory salads...but in Brazil we eat them sweet. This is known as "creme de abacate", when blended with sugar and milk this comes out to be a creamy goodness, trust me! Before making this make sure you chill the entire avocado so it is nice and cold.
This recipe was one of the top recipes published in 2008 by the Chicago Tribune newspaper in the Good Eating section. It was adapted from "The Woman's Day Cookbook for Healthy Living." The lemon zest provides a surprising zing.
I know there a re a ton of these recipes out there, but this one that I tried from a brand name recipe book, is actually pretty good, and deserves to be tried at least once. The brown sugar gives the muffin a new spin!
I got this recipe from April 2007 Cooking Light magazine. It was a category finalist (desserts) and was submitted by Anna Ginsberg of Austin, TX. It produces a very light bundt cake infused with Irish cream, and it isn't as fattening as many cakes out there!
The marriage between the sweetness of the raspberries go well with the tartness of the lemons. Makes a tender muffin. You can use fresh or frozen raspberries. You can also use corn oil instead of the canola oil. Be careful not to overmix the batter or it will become stiff!
Packed with whole grains, tender and moist, just a bit on the crumbly side, but not overly sweet. From The Baking Sheet, King Arthur's publication. Making these with the white whole wheat flour is best, although you can use whole wheat or even regular flour. When I made these, I sprinkled coarse sugar (or sparkling sugar) on top before baking.
This was published in Cook's Country (Feb/March 2008 edition) and was a runner up in a muffin contest. Kudos go to Joyce Hart from Prior Lake, MN, for coming up with this excellent muffin recipe I just test drove this evening. This is truly a wonderful muffin!