the only problem I have is there no calorie count or carb count
Rating: 3 stars
I made these muffins today. They taste good. BUT. I agree with the other comment---no way do they make just 10 muffins. First of all, you CANNOT fit 3/4 cup of anything in a standard muffin tin. A standard muffin pan has 1/2-cup cups and this recipe made 21 muffins when I made it. The only substitution I made was 1 cup of slivered almonds instead of 1 cup of raisins. Secondly, I used cupcake papers and I would never use them again for this recipe. The muffins stick to the papers so when you peel the paper off, about 1/4 of the muffin is stuck to the paper. Next time I will simply spray the muffin pan and bake them in the pan itself. Finally, did anyone at Martha Stewart test this recipe before publishing it? The number of muffins (10 versus 21 or 24) is enough to cause one to wonder. I expect more from this site--I'm a bit generous giving this recipe 3 stars.
Rating: 1 stars
I would love a source for the muffin wrappers. Thank you!
Just made these muffins for the first time. No way this recipe only makes 10 muffins. When using a standard, 12-cup muffin tin, you can easily make 24 full size muffins. Just look at all the ingredients....way too much to make only 10 muffins!!!!