Plus many, many more. There's even a special section on creating your own muffins! Everyone knows there's nothing like hot, homemade muffins, so get cooking...and bon appetit!
The best muffin cookbook ever... except for the sequel!
By D. STOCK-KIEFER "bookworm" - July 26, 2000
You can count on all the recipes in this book being tried and true. My copy is held together by a rubber band because I use it so much. The corn muffin recipe makes the best I've ever had (I add just a little extra sugar, and sometimes use buttermilk) and the cappuccino chip muffins are fantastic (try adding toffee chips). Be sure to try the new "More Muffins" as well as the other books in the series -- Totally Teabreads, Simply Scones, etc. All are reliable.
Great Introduction to Baking Muffins
By R. D. Waters "rdwaters" - June 23, 2006
Many people I know turn out some tasty meals in the kitchen, but shudder with dread when the subject of baking is introduced. Muffins are a perfect way to overcome the fear of tackling baked goods and this little book makes an excellent guide.
The recipes are organized by category -- sweet or savory -- with subdivisions in sweet such as fresh fruit/vegetable, dried fruit/nut, and grain. In addition there is a short section of recipes for spreads to accompany the muffins.
Most of the recipes are simple and can be made -- from the mixing of dry and wet ingredients to the completion of baking -- in under an hour. Basic equipment such as measuring spoons and cups, mixing bowls, and muffin pans are all you need for the majority of recipes. Only a few recipes (mostly spreads) require a mixer or food processor. The basic technique, as explained by the authors, is to mix the wet and dry ingredients in separate bowls, make a well in the dry, and stir the wet into the... read more
The most(and best) muffins for you money!
By D. Phillips - November 7, 1999
My mother gave me this book as a gift several years ago, and I just recently dug it out when I quit working full-time to be home with my kids. Wow! Am I sorry I just let it sit on the shelf all these years! I have tried at least a dozen of the recipes so far, and haven't had a bad one yet. Some of my family's favorites are Potato Dill Muffins, Poundcake Muffins, and good old Blueberry Muffins. My only complaint is a few of the recipes include expensive ingredients that don't really fit with my newly adopted frugal lifestyle, but as someone else mentioned, they give you the expertise to adjust the recipes to your own taste. This book is now a daily reference book in my kitchen, and I don't think you can beat it for the price!
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