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Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Making mornings easier...

Most of the time, we do our mornings in shifts. I leave for work around 6 or 6:30, and J doesn't get up until later. For me, breakfast is often cereal or a smoothie. These muffins are great because the batter stays in the refrigerator until I need it. I just scoop out however many muffins I want to bake that morning and-- voila! Freshly-baked, homemade muffins.

Refrigerator Muffins

1 (15 oz) package of raisin bran
2 c sugar
1 c oil
4 eggs
5 c flour
5 t soda
2 t salt
1 qt buttlermilk

Combine all ingredients; store batter in refrigerator. Bake muffins 15 minutes at 400. If not baking full pan of muffins, add water to the empty tins.

Note: Step up the fiber content even more by substituting flaxseed poweder for some of the oil.

So there you have it, a busy morning treat and two bonus tips. Works for me! Now go see Shannon and her treasure trove of tips.

  posted at 1:02 AM  
  10 comments



10 Comments:
At 8/30/2006 02:22:00 AM, Blogger Mary Ann said...

I love this and haven't made it in a long time. Thanks for the reminder!! I'll have to go make some of these again!

 
At 8/30/2006 02:41:00 AM, Blogger Trisha said...

A great, simple way to have a hot breakfast and it sounds relatively easy to make.

 
At 8/30/2006 04:33:00 AM, Blogger Beck said...

Oh, that's smart! My kids love having muffins for breakfast, but I'm really lazy.

 
At 8/30/2006 05:47:00 AM, Blogger Jen said...

That is a clever idea.....how smart....
I will have to try this since I blogged abot my crazy mornings here. Thanks for the recipe!
Jen

 
At 8/30/2006 06:52:00 AM, Anonymous Toblerone said...

What a great idea! I'll have to try this soon. Thanks for sharing.

 
At 8/30/2006 07:12:00 AM, Blogger Mama Duck said...

Oh, great idea!! I need to do this, thanks! Our tip is up and we're also hosting the Carnival of the Vanities today - busy day in duck-land!

 
At 8/30/2006 12:46:00 PM, Blogger Larae said...

Raisin Bran in muffins is delicious. Thanks for the tip and the recipe!

 
At 8/30/2006 02:44:00 PM, Blogger Magi said...

These sound great! Thanks for the recipe. Bran muffin recipes usually have such a long list of ingredients that I avoid them. I always have Raisin Bran in the house though.

 
At 8/30/2006 07:46:00 PM, Anonymous Kim in MI said...

oh, that's a great idea! I wonder, can other recipes be modified to do likewise?
I make double-batches of muffins in a 9x13 pan (I used that as my WFMW tip last week) to feed my mini-army

If I could combine the two tips ... we could really be on to something here! Thanks, Kelly, I'm going to try it!!!

 
At 8/30/2006 08:52:00 PM, Blogger PastorMac's Ann said...

I've been looking for different things to make for breakfast! Thanks for the recipe. (I love recipes for WFMW!

 

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