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Old 02-25-2008, 12:00 PM   #11
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Pumpkin Spice with brown sugar topping.
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Old 02-25-2008, 10:28 PM   #12
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now no laughing. i really do love a nice moist bran muffin .

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Pumpkin Spice with brown sugar topping.
Want to bake me a batch? I'll cook you a nice steak! :)
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Old 02-26-2008, 05:52 AM   #14
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Thanks for those great ideas. I got a muffin tray a couple of weeks ago so muffins are now being regularly baked in this house.

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Old 02-26-2008, 11:26 AM   #15
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Thanks for those great ideas. I got a muffin tray a couple of weeks ago so muffins are now being regularly baked in this house.

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Blueberry is my fave. If your feeling adventurous, ice cream muffins (a pint of melted ice cream & self-rising flour), might be fun - rocky road, egg nog, cherry vanilla, chubby hubby?

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Hey, they named an ice cream after me?!
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My computer has a hiccup today. Wanted to mention, i(not a "muffin" muffin recipe), but if you'd like to give your new muffin tin a workout, - there's a crab muffin recipe I can't wait to give a go. Let me know if your interested. Re the ice cream muffins, the possibilities are probably endless (re flavors). One of the recipes, as I recall, was for peach ice cream muffins - where an egg was added to the mix. Try a google, or I would be happy to share it with you.
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Want to bake me a batch? I'll cook you a nice steak! :)
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now no laughing. i really do love a nice moist bran muffin .

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In my world, a bran muffin must have raisins. There's a recipe in Joy of Cooking for a bran muffin made with orange juice and molasses that I want to try.

My favourite muffin depends on the day. I like to make cranberry-wild blueberry in the winter. :)
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:42 AM   #20
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Thanks for more cool ideas.

The crab muffins are out because I am a vegetarian. Well, they are out most of the time anyway until my boyfriend or daughter specifically ask for them.

But I love those icecream ideas. We dont have a freezer so the icecream muffins will be such a good way to use all the icecream we cant eat when it is not cold enough outside to keep it frozen. I never thought about using icecream like that before.

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