Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Great Grains(!) Muffins

In my head I've been calling these Great Scott! Muffins.I made this recicpe twice in the last week. The first time I did a half batch. I keep them plain, just grains and a subtle maple taste- no added nuts, fruit, chocolate. They were so perfect for breakfast that I made them again, this time a full batch.This is a simple but great recipe. Good plain, even better toasted with peanut butter. Happy Tummy is hosting this week so find the recipe over there.

14 comments:

chocolatechic said...

I made mine plane too, and I think they were perfect like that.

Lauren (PB&G) said...

I opened your post in my google reader and laughed out lout at the photo you had posted! Best. Movie. Ever. And mmmmmmm muffins!

Eliana said...

Hmmm - toasted with peanut butter? That sounds like a great way to enjoy these.

HappyTummy said...

Haha, I LOVE "Great Scott! Muffins." Perfect name. I loved them too, and I'm so glad you did! Thanks for baking with me this week...twice :)

Jodie said...

I made mine plain, too. They tasted like corn muffins, though, still yummy.

Pamela said...

They sound so good, just plain and simple like that. Maybe I'll try them again like that soon. And the PB?? Yum!

Flourchild said...

I agree with you simple and easy to make! I liked them with chocolate chips and plain too!

Tracey said...

Oooh, peanut butter, why didn't I think of that? I loved these, definitely a repeat, and soon!

Too funny, we just watched an episode of Fringe last weekend that had a much older Doc playing a washed up rock star.

jillbert said...

Oooh, peanut butter!

Karen said...

Haha! Your picture of Doc brown made me laugh! :) Glad these turned out so well!

margot said...

Everything's better with peanut butter! I haven't gotten to these yet, hopefully soon.

Katrina said...

love the photo of that one muffins. it looks perfect.

mike said...

Mine plain - as well, but loaf style. Not the sweetest thing, but still good. Your name for them says it all!

Jennifer said...

Toasted? With peanut butter, you say?

SA-WEET!!!!!