Cranberry-Orange Muffins Recipe

Cranberry-Orange Muffins Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

3/4 cup Natural bran3/4 cup Flour1/2 cup Sugar (Diabetic try 1/4 cup)1 1/2 tsp Cinnamon1 tsp Baking powder1 tsp Baking soda1 1/3 cup Cranberry sauce1 Egg, lightly beaten1/3 cup Soured milk (1/2 tb lemon j)1/4 cup Vegetable oil1 tsp Grated orange rind

Preparation:

You may use commercial or home made cranberry sauce but notartifically sweetened sauce (muffins will not rise.) . Originalrecipe in The Lighthearted Cookbook by Anne Lindsay published in 1988in Canada used whole-wheat flour, and 1/2 cup buttermilk or low-fatplain yogurt rather than sour milk.1/12 original recipe - 156 calories, 1 starch, 1 fat, 1 fruit choice 5grams fat, 2 grams protein, 27 grams carbohydrate, 23 mg cholesterol,126 mg sodium NOTE: listed ingredients & variations would beslightly different.Preheat oven to 400 F and spray at least 12 muffin cups lined withpaper baking cups. Low-fat muffins tend to stick even to non-stickpans.Measure 1/2 tbsp lemon juice in a measuring cup, fill to about 1/4cup mark with fluid milk and add some skim milk powder to make it alittle thicker. Set aside.Combine dry ingredients in a bowl.Add remaining ingredients of your choice and stir until they are justcombined. Bake about 20 minutes or until lightly browned and firm tothe touch. Adjust time if muffins are made smaller.VARIATIONS, substitute for cranberry: Banana-Date - use 1 cup mashedbanana and 1/2 cup dates or raisins. If 2 bananas are not quite 1 cup,concentrated orange juice or orange/pineapple may be added. (TestedJan 94 by Elizabeth Rodier, family member ate 2 warm ones.)Apple-Raisin - 1 cup applesauce plus 1/2 cup raisins, or coarselychop an unpeeled apple in a food processor.Zucchini - 1 cup grated unpeeled zucchini plus 1/2 cup raisins.May be made as 16-18 small muffins or 9 inch square cake cut in thedesired number of pieces. For a diabetic meal plan, reduce theamount of sugar to 1/4 cup or 1 tsp. per serving (recommendedguideline of American Diabetes Assoc.)This recipe is typical of healthy heart recipes with reduced sodium,cholesterol and fat but more sugar than a typical diabetic recipe.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 12

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Is this Cranberry-Orange Muffins Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Cranberry-Orange Muffins recipe is one of our collection of diabetic Muffin recipes. Because we are unaware of your particular health problems and the guidelines your health advisors have given you, we can`t say with any degree of certainty that this Cranberry-Orange Muffins recipe is suitable for you. Be that as it may, as someone marked it as `diabetic` it should indicate that it, at the very least, meets the basic condition for the label `diabetic`, being low in fat and carbs and as a result should be more healthy than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Nonetheless, this Cranberry-Orange Muffins recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are OK for you.

Cranberry-Orange Muffins Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Cranberry-Orange Muffins Recipe is one from the diabetic Muffin recipes section. Obviously, it is totally impracticable for us to cook every one of the diabetic Muffin recipes to establish that all the recipes are completely acceptable for diabetics. Our site has in excess of 2000 diabetes friendly recipes in the collection, & to validate every one of them even at a speed of one every 24 hours would take more than 6 years. Our advice is to check the recipe content with due care to verify that all the recipes comply with the nutritional advice your doctors have given you. In the event that you suspect that this Cranberry-Orange Muffins recipe has errors, please contact us and we will modify or remove it from the diabetic recipe collection.

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