There's no need to write the recipe when the recipe is clearly written on her blog. Plus if you go over there, she has created a printable recipe card for this recipe. Gotta love those graphic designers!
I followed the recipe to the T, but where it says "chopped walnuts (optional)", I opted for them. [Don't you love how I'm starting to like nuts (some nuts)? My taste buds must be changing these days.] Also, in Yetunde's recipe where it says 2 cups of "dried cranberries, cherries, or raisins", I put in 1 cup of raisins and 1 cup of dried cranberries.
My batch created 12 regular sized muffins and one muffin loaf. The batter had the consistency of cookie dough. The final muffins were dense and yet moist and yummy, and so filling! Gotta love those spices that truly remind you of the Fall season, even though we're experiencing a Fall-like Winter.
I'll keep the muffins at home and share the loaf at work. Can't hoard all this goodness to myself. Thanks, Yetunde for a great recipe!
Can't Wait For Fall Muffins
|Notice this very cool piece of fabric? Will be blogging about that soon too. *wink*|