Bran Muffins

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What do you eat for breakfast?  I could go two months straight eating my variety box of instant oatmeal every morning and then all of a sudden I get sick of it and need to mix it up.  Well, I hit that wall this week so I made these muffins this morning.  (You can find the recipe in my book.) 

Not only are they moist and have a great bran taste, they freeze well!  If you prefer to make a few fresh muffins at a time, this muffin batter keeps well in the refrigerator for several days!

 

 

If you make these muffins, be sure to use baking raisins, they’re plump and juicy and make a huge difference!

 

This is how I like to eat them.  Warm with butter!  How about you?

 

 


 

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  1. 1

    says

    Hi Jane!

    I will have to plug this recipe into the Weight Watchers recipe builder to see how many points each muffin has. They look so good! (full of fiber too!) I know what you mean about getting bored with meals. It happens to me a lot too!

  2. 2

    says

    Oh, those look so yummy! I haven’t had a bran muffin in a long time, but I may have to give this recipe a try. I make big breakfasts on the weekends and I bet the kiddos will like these because of the raisins.

  3. 4

    Terri S. says

    That bran muffin with the butter melting on top looks soooooo yummy! I didn’t know Sun-Maid made “baking raisins”. Thanks for this tip on plump, moist raisins and for this recipe! :-)

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