Our 20 Best Muffin Recipes in a Free eBook

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Muffins are one of my favourite snack foods. They can be wholesome, filling and are easy to grab when you’re on the run. This free eBook includes what I consider to be our 20 best muffin recipes. 

Our 20 best muffin recipes in a free ebookThis updated Muffins eBook includes some of our newest favourite recipes, but I was sure to include my old favourites too, like the blueberry wheat germ muffins and refrigerator bran muffins from my childhood.

All in all I consider these to be our 20 best muffin recipes.

Among the 20 muffin recipes in this new eBook you’ll find recipes for bran muffins, blueberry muffins, banana muffins, carrot muffins, zucchini muffins and more. These are well tested recipes that have become readers’ favourites too.

These are my top 20 favourites, and the recipes that I have shared time and again.

Download the free Best Muffin Recipes eBook here.

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11 thoughts on “Our 20 Best Muffin Recipes in a Free eBook

  1. Nancy Tarter says:

    Your recipes are so delicious.

    1. Lynn says:

      Love your recipes!

  2. Pat says:

    The only brand muffin recipe I ever make is your six week one. Kids and adults alike love them. Thanks for the best recipe ever

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Thanks Pat. I agree — the old classic recipes are always the best.

  3. Margaret says:

    Love molasses since I was a child…..brings back good memories!!

    I am assuming also that molasses is gluten free….just worried over any additives, if any.

    THANK YOU…….m

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Margaret, Yes, our molasses is gluten free. There is nothing in molasses but molasses. No additives, preservatives. Pure and natural.

  4. Dana Jokubaitis says:

    Of the recipes that I have tried, ALL have turned out wonderfully.
    Just a quick question: often in the recipe when measuring flour, in brackets it say “spooned in”. What is meant by this as I can interpret this to be not levelled off in the measuring device, it could also be interpreted as not sifted. I would really appreciate a reply. Thanks!!!

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Dana, When I spoon in my flour I use a spoon to fill the measuring cup with flour. This keeps the flour from becoming too compact. I then level it with a knife. My main reason for specifying “spooned in” is so people won’t scoop and end up with too much flour.

  5. Huguette says:

    I love molaire.

  6. judy says:

    They all look delicious.

  7. Carlene Hall says:

    Enjoying the receipe s especially with Crosby’s. Thank you so much for all your receipe s

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