Bran Muffins Recipe

Bran Muffins Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 cup hot water1 cup shreds of wheat bran cereal1/2 cup reduced calorie margarine1 liquid sugar substitute to =1 cup sugar2 cup nonfat buttermilk2 eggs, beaten2 1/2 cup all-purpose flour2 1/2 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp salt2 cup wheat bran flakes cereal1 vegetable cooking spray

Preparation:

Pour hot water over shreds of wheat bran cereal; let stand at roomtemperature 10 minutes.Cream margarine and sugar substitute in a large bowl. Add buttermilk,eggs, and soaked bran cereal, beating well at medium speed of an electricmixer. Combine flour, soda, and salt; stir into cereal mixture. Fold inwheat bran flakes cereal. Cover and store in refrigerator until ready tobake. (Batter can be stored in refrigerator up to 1 week.)To bake, spoon batter into muffin pans coated with cooking spray, fillingtwo-thirds full. Bake at 400?F. for 15 minutes or until done. Makes 2dozen muffins.PER SERVING (1 Muffin):Calories: 98Protein: 3 gmFat: 3 gmCarbohydrates: 15 gmCholesterol: 26 mgFiber: TraceSodium: 240 mgExchanges: 1 Starch, 1 FatFROM: All New Cookbook for Diabetics and Their Families by University ofAlabama at Birmingham copyright 1988

Serves: 24

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Is this Bran Muffins Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Bran Muffins recipe comes from our collection of tasty diabetic Muffin recipes. Because we know nothing about your special health issues and the guidelines your nutritionalist has provided, we can`t say with any degree of certainty that this Bran Muffins recipe is safe for you. All the same, as the original author labeled it as `diabetic` it suggest that it, at the very least, meets the basic condition for the tag `diabetic`, being low in carbohydrates and fat, and as a result should be more healthy than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Be that as it may, this Bran Muffins recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are safe for you.

Bran Muffins Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Bran Muffins Recipe comes from our diabetic Muffin recipes section. It is completely unthinkable for us to validate each of the diabetic Muffin recipes to ensure that they are completely acceptable for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe site has in excess of two thousand recipes in it, and to prepare each of them at the rate of one recipe per day would take almost 290 weeks. It would be wise to analyse the recipe content carefully to make sure that all of them comply with the dietary advice your doctor has given you. In the event that you feel that this Bran Muffins recipe is incorrect, tell us & we will withdraw the problem recipe from our diabetes friendly recipe collection.

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