We 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.
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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.
The family loved them! We tossed around the idea of adding dried apricots next time. Thanks for checking out my recipes.
I’m leaving this here, as my blog only allows for one comment reply to nest per comment. It doesn’t look like they have the Gamekeeper’s pie anymore. but if you sub in the game birds for lamb or chicken in a regular shepherd’s pie, it should work. Here’s the menu, though. That pheasant and mushroom farfalle is really good: http://static1.starvedrocklodge.com/srl/uploads/2012/05/Dinner2012-Summer-menu.pdf