Rubbish Muffins Revisited

More muffins 4-11-13 007We in the Deerslayer household were very pleased with the Cranberry-Rubbish Muffin results.  I made them again this morning.  It was a perfect day for rubbish muffins; fresh pot of coffee, chance of rain, a new batch of cereal crumbs.  Most of my recipes are a work in progress.  This morning, I made several changes to the muffins that turned out well and added to the healthy aspect as well (always a plus).  I hope my readers will agree that the changes are good ones.

 

I substituted 1 cup of white, whole wheat flour for the 1 cup of all-purpose flour. I used King Arthur Brand.  I also added 1/2 tsp. salt.

I used 2/3 cup of dried cranberries instead of 1/2 cup and added 1/2 cup of pecans.

The muffins were very hearty and the extra cranberries and pecans  were nice.

3 Comments on “Rubbish Muffins Revisited

  1. Rubbish muffins, what a great name, never heard of it though. i like it that you twist your recipes round, I do that all the time. I hope you enjoyed the muffins.

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