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Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes (Grandma's Best Recipes Book 4)
 
 

Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes (Grandma's Best Recipes Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

Marg Ruttan
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Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes has a wide selection of tasty muffins. You'll discover a Blueberry Muffin Recipe, a Lemon Muffin Recipe and other traditional fare. In addition there are several savoury muffin recipes as well as some newer recipes. In this category you'll discover Banana and Peanut Butter Muffins, Tex-Mex Muffins and many more mouth-watering recipes.

Muffins are a great breakfast meal but also make great snacks too. They are quick and easy to make and yummy to eat. They have been around for generations and are still popular today.

If you love easy muffin recipes that are full of flavor, you'll enjoy this book. The muffins range from decadent to healthy and are simple muffin recipes.

So don't wait, enjoy your copy of "Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes" today.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 177 KB
  • Print Length: 43 pages
  • Publisher: Blue Jeans Publishing (10 Feb 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00784Y9DU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #236,526 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another winner! 6 Mar 2012
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I must confess to becoming a big fan of Marg Ruttan and her series of 'Grandma' cookbooks. They have all been excellent so far, and this one is no exception. With 25 tasty recipes to choose from, your only problem will be knowing which one to make first.
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3.0 out of 5 stars download 15 Aug 2013
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fast and efficient delivery (Downoaded), thanks just what i wanted,would recommend to anyone
good book good ideas would look for an english book next time as ingredients are hard to find
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3.0 out of 5 stars muffins 15 July 2013
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not bad they are excellent shapes and flavours but in some cases i halve the sugar content it it so high.t poore
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Reliably Delcious 9 Mar 2012
By Grace Darby - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been a professional cook and baker for over 30 years. I've made more muffins in my life than I believe any sane person could eat.

So, I gotta admit, I'm a little muffin jaded. And I've seen my share of sloppy kindle cookbooks.

This book is a refreshing original and well-written and down-to-earth. I now understand why Marg has managed to rise above the crowd and become an international best selling cookbook writer.

What do I like about it?
1. It's well written. Obviously written by someone who loves to bake.
2. It give clear directions that are easy to follow. I especially love her mixing idea in the introduction. I promise it is the #1 difference between tough and light muffins.
3. The recipes are interesting, tasty, and varied. Just what I'm looking for in a cookbook. My favorite so far is the banana chocolate-chip muffins!

So buy this book - and enjoy!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice Collection 29 Mar 2012
By Grandma - Published on Amazon.com
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Marg Ruttan has put together a nice collection of muffin recipes in Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes (Grandma's Best Recipes). (No, I'm not the Grandma in the title - I'm the Grandma Who Reviews At Amazon.) I found some old friends - Burst of Jam Muffins were the first muffins I learned to make, way back in about my 5th grade 4H days - and some new ones to try. It's Maple season here in Vermont (you can read about it on my blog) and there's a big jug of syrup in the kitchen, so just as soon as I finish my coffee I'm going out to the kitchen and whip up a batch of Maple Streusel Muffins from Marg's recipe. (Mind if I put it on my blog Marg?)

The book is nicely laid out and easy to read with an interactive Table of Contents. You'll have to page backwards from the beginning to access that - at least until Marg learns to interface it with the Kindle Navigation Menu.

Recommended
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another home run for Grandma! 9 Mar 2012
By Bryan J. Bowers - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a big fan of Grandma's series so when I saw this one I snatched it up as quickly as I could. Wow, this book delivers great recipes! There is an interesting mix of dessert type muffins as well as some savory ones. I am a sucker for rhubarb so naturally that is one of my favorites in this book. The "Yummy Peach" recipe is another winner along with the Tex-Mex one which is great for Saturday mornings. I certainly hope Grandma keeps sharing more of her amazing recipes with us for years to come!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Revised and Updated Review 4/1 29 Mar 2012
By Lucy Ditty - Published on Amazon.com
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**UPDATE 4/1/12**
As you can see in the comments, I asked the author about the 1 tablespoon of baking powder. Her response was that it was deliberate and it is indeed what she uses.

I made 3 batches today - the chocolate muffins, the cranberry orange, and zucchini muffins from my own recipe. The cranberry got 3 teaspoons (1 tablespoon) of baking powder, the zucchini got 2 teaspoons, and the chocolate got 1. My baking powder is relatively new and I know it has been performing well based on other recipes I've made recently.

Height-wise, the chocolate did best (1 teaspoon). This muffin had a fairly light batter, so I'm not really surprised. I overbaked them a bit so the texture isn't ideal. I don't know if I would call them "fudgy," but they have a nice chocolate flavor without being overly rich. It is, after all, a muffin and not a cupcake. Big hit with my small child, though, who loves anything chocolate.

Taste-wise, the cranberry orange muffins (3 teaspoons/1 tablespoon) get the vote. Tangy and sweet with an aroma that brought my family to the kitchen. Not a huge amount of height (although a heavy batter) and just a bit on the tough side for texture. (I was very careful not to overmix; I bake a lot of quick breads.) Very happy overall.

Texture-wise, the zucchini muffins (2 teaspoons) were the winner. They didn't rise much, but my ingredients were a bit off and the zucchini may be the culprit here - I usually use that recipe for quick bread rather than muffins.

Final decision? Gosh, I'm just not sure. I can say that I did not get the bitter flavor I was half-expecting from the larger amounts of baking powder. I also can't say that any of the negatives were due to the baking powder. All in all, when I use these recipes in the future, I'd say I would probably be okay with either using the recipe as written or using 2 teaspoons. Either way, back up to 4 it goes.

***ORIGINAL REVIEW FOLLOWS***

When I see Marg's name, I know that there's a good chance that I'm going to find some useful recipes. I've obtained, used, and reviewed some of her other books.

I would have liked to have seen some information on greasing versus greasing and flouring muffin tins, and possibly some freezing information, but ultimately, the book says it has recipes and it delivers on that.

The format is clean with each recipe appearing on one page. Each recipe has a little comment from Marg which is a very nice touch.

I really, really want a Fudgy Chocolate Muffin **right now**. The savory muffins also sound very appealing and I was actually delighted to see something other than sweet and fruity.

One quibble - some recipes say they make 18 muffins, and others say they make "12 large" muffins. I have regular muffin pans and I have pans that make very large muffins (like the size they offer at Perkins). If different sizes are being used, this should be referenced. Otherwise, a little bit of explanation about the difference between "18 muffins" and "12 large muffins" would be a good idea.

I liked it, am keeping it, and will be using it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BETTER KINDLE COOKBOOKS I HAVE SEEN SO FAR. 9 Aug 2012
By D. Blankenship - Published on Amazon.com
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First you may note that there may not an Amazon Verified Purchase tag on this review. The reason for this is that this little cookbook has been down loaded to my wife's Kindle and I am not sure I downloaded it to mine. My wife does not do reviews. Normally I do not comment on the books my wife downloads - she is at 475 at this time as she and I do not share the same reading taste. I must make an exception though in the case of this book due to the fact that I am one of those that are reaping the benefits of what my wife and this book have produced.

Now let me state that my wife has been baking for over sixty years now and while not a "professional" she most certainly can be classified as an expert. While both she and I cook (We have taken turns for years), she is the one that dose ALL the baking as I am one of those people who have trouble opening a store bought pack of cookies, much less trying to make them myself. We have collected literally hundreds of cookbooks over the years and are always looking for new ones.

As to the Kindle cookbooks...between my wife and I we have downloaded a very large number. Some of these books have been good and many have been absolutely wretched. A very few could I classify as "great," and of those few I would have to place this work, Grandma's Best Muffin Recipes by Marg Ruttan right up there at the top.

This is a collection of muffin recipes that are not only extremely easy and fast to make, but of the eight she has baked so far, they have been absolutely delicious. I am personally not a big fan of muffins, but even I have found these things to be almost addictive.

The recipes are very easy to follow and each and every recipe in contained to only one page, which by the way, is a format that all Kindle cookbook authors should shoot for. The ingredients are all readily available and other than the fruit required in some of the recipes, all are available locally, either fresh or frozen. The recipes are written in clear, concise and understandable language and the author leaves little to no guess work. But here is the thing...these recipes are VERY forgivable! My wife is one of those bakers that is constantly "fooling" with the recipes she uses; more or less adding her own "touch" to things. Of all the different types of cooking, baking is the most difficult to do this with and normally recipes need to be precisely followed. The recipes given in this work are great as they stand, but each can be altered just a tad if desired without disastrous results...if of course you know what you are doing to begin with.

All of the muffins featured in this work can be frozen and reheated later with excellent results.

Now I will say, and this is not to be taken as a critical remark at all, is that if you are seeking "health food" recipes then you will find that this work is a bit light in this area. That is okay though. If I want that sort of thing I will buy a book specifically for that thing.

I cannot for the life of me see how you can go wrong with this one. I have paid a lot of dollars for cookbooks over the years that gave me far less information and eating enjoyment than what she paid for this one.

Don Blankenship
The Ozarks
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