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Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Mix the first 5 ingredients together, and then add all the wet ones, mixing just until moistened. Fold in the raisins if you are using them and then fill paper lined muffin tins full. Bake 20 minutes or so. Makes a dozen.
It couldn’t be easier and they really are great.
I imagine any berries could be used but I used fresh wild blackberries and the muffins just blew me away – they are delicious!!
These are a little chewy at first and the texture improves as they cool but they are DELICIOUS when they come out of the oven, and I doubt they’ll last. They also rise really well.
I made these muffins for dinner tonight – they were kid-friendly and good. I got the recipe from the PCRM web site.
Heat griddle or skillet over medium heat; spray lightly with cooking spray. Pour 1/4 cup batter onto hot griddle; cook until bubbles begin to burst. Turn and continue cooking 1 to 2 minutes. Repeat with remaining batter.
Makes 12 muffins
This makes 8 smallish muffins, with a very nice flavour and texture.
As promised I’m reporting on my weekend in the kitchen. I was aiming for a low-fat vegan panettone, but I had forgotten to buy the essential aniseed! Here’s what I made and it’s pretty darn good. I think I’ll call it PaneCathy.
- Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad with Dried Cranberries and CashewsDried cranberries, spiced cashews, pickled red onion, and a tangy maple-mustard vinaigrette make this shredded Brussels Sprouts salad sparkle with flavor. Last week my husband and I had dinner with some friends at a local pub. Though most of the menu was your typical pub fare (or at least an American concept of it), it did […]
- Blood Oranges and Slow Miracles in PoetryOn December 1st, Blood Orange Review, an online literary journal at Washington State University, announced its newest edition, volume 8.2, was now live. That edition includes a poem of mine called “As If We Were Solid and Did Not Go On Forever.” This poem is about an experience I had over 20 years ago that […]