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Fruit Filled Muffins

Here's an easy variation of a recipe I tried out and didn't end up following the directions but turned out delicious! I normally don't like Bisquick recipes b/c they aren't sweet enough and tend to be too starchy and end up tasting more like biscuits but i think screwing this up made them better. If you don't want to bother with the icing they are still sweet and yummy without it. I used a variety of jellies such as: sugar free Orange Marmalade, Sugar Free Raspberry Preserves, Regular Blueberry Preserves, and Regular Strawberry Preserves. You can also make them lighter by substituting 2 egg whites or 1/4 cup fat-free egg product for the egg. Use fat-free (skim) milk and Bisquick Heart Smart® mix.

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  • Heat oven to 400°F
  • Grease bottoms only of 12 regular-size muffin cups with shortening or cooking spray, or line with paper baking cups.
  • Stir milk, oil and egg until blended.
  • Stir in Bisquick mix and sugar.
  • Divide batter evenly among muffin cups. Drop 1 level teaspoon fruit preserves onto center of batter in each cup.
  • Bake 13 to 18 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Mix powdered sugar and water until smooth. Allow muffins to cool slightly before drizzling icing over warm muffins.
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"Here's an easy variation of a recipe I tried out and didn't end up following the directions but turned out delicious! I normally don't like Bisquick recipes b/c they aren't sweet enough and tend to be too starchy and end up tasting more like biscuits but i think screwing this up made them better. If you don't want to bother with the icing they are still sweet and yummy without it. I used a variety of jellies such as: sugar free Orange Marmalade, Sugar Free Raspberry Preserves, Regular Blueberry Preserves, and Regular Strawberry Preserves. You can also make them lighter by substituting 2 egg whites or 1/4 cup fat-free egg product for the egg. Use fat-free (skim) milk and Bisquick Heart Smart® mix."
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  1. CajunBaby
    Great recipe! This is a quick and easy way to have a variety of "fruit" muffins when you're out of fruit. I always have some kind of jam in the fridge -- today I used strawberry jam. Delicious, and very pretty with a tiny bit of jam peeking out of the tops. I didn't care for the icing but the muffins are great w/o it. Oh, and I used 1/2 cup granulated sugar in the muffin batter, instead of the powdered sugar because I was running low. Thanks for posting!
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  2. biscuits03
    Here's an easy variation of a recipe I tried out and didn't end up following the directions but turned out delicious! I normally don't like Bisquick recipes b/c they aren't sweet enough and tend to be too starchy and end up tasting more like biscuits but i think screwing this up made them better. If you don't want to bother with the icing they are still sweet and yummy without it. I used a variety of jellies such as: sugar free Orange Marmalade, Sugar Free Raspberry Preserves, Regular Blueberry Preserves, and Regular Strawberry Preserves. You can also make them lighter by substituting 2 egg whites or 1/4 cup fat-free egg product for the egg. Use fat-free (skim) milk and Bisquick Heart Smart® mix.
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