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Red River Date Muffins

Red River Date Muffins created by Tricia H.

I adapted this from a recipe on the Robin Hood site, makers of Red River cereal, which by the way, is an EXCELLENT high fiber, tasty hot cereal. It called for cranberries, didn't have any, coped. My 3 year old grandson loves these "muppins". Very moist, tasty.

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  • Combine oats, Red River and milk in large bowl, let stand 40 minutes.
  • Combine remaining dry ingredients.
  • Add butter and egg to cereal mixture.
  • Add dry ingredients& mix well.
  • Stir in dates.
  • Spoon into 12 greased muffin tins.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until set.
  • Turn out to cool and store in airtight container, if there are any to store.
  • Prep time includes letting cereal soak for 40 minutes.
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"I adapted this from a recipe on the Robin Hood site, makers of Red River cereal, which by the way, is an EXCELLENT high fiber, tasty hot cereal. It called for cranberries, didn't have any, coped. My 3 year old grandson loves these "muppins". Very moist, tasty."
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  1. Tricia H.
    Red River Date Muffins Created by Tricia H.
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  2. Tricia H.
    Instead of milk used remaining beer from making beer muffins. No baking soda on had substituted with baking powder, a 1:3 ratio. Would soak Red River Cereal longer for softer grains. Good recipe for using up dates.
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  3. Tricia H.
    Delicious! Texture and taste were excellent. I'm surprised because I tweaked a few things.
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  4. Barb Conley
    I adapted this from a recipe on the Robin Hood site, makers of Red River cereal, which by the way, is an EXCELLENT high fiber, tasty hot cereal. It called for cranberries, didn't have any, coped. My 3 year old grandson loves these "muppins". Very moist, tasty.
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