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HOMEMADE ORANGE JULIUS – Butter with a Side of Bread by Gordon Ramsay


Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.

This recipe is my mother-in-law’s and was a favorite of my husband’s growing up. It tastes just like the real thing! It’s an inexpensive, refreshing summer treat that I hope you all enjoy.

The recipe below fills my blender to the brim and makes 4-5 large servings. It also calls for 9 oz of frozen orange juice concentrate. Normal cans of concentrate are 12 oz, so plan on using 2/3 of the container.

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.

What is an Orange Julius?

An Orange Julius is a frozen orange slush drink that tastes like a combination of oranges and vanilla- think of a creamsicle in slushy form! The sweet, citrusy flavor makes for a refreshing drink that’s half milk shake, half smoothie. They’re delicious! They were made popular by the restaurant, Orange Julius that frequented malls not long ago.

Ingredients for an Orange Julius

Here’s what you need to make a batch of Orange Julius drinks:

–12-oz container of frozen orange juice concentrate

–milk

–vanilla extract

–granulated sugar

–cold water

–ice cubes

ingredients for orange juliusHow to Make an Orange Julius

Making Orange Julius’ at home is so easy! First, you’ll need to assemble your ingredients.

Add the ingredients to your blender in the order listed below. I just scoop out 2/3 the container of orange juice concentrate with a spoon.

Blend until smooth.

Serve topped with orange slices and whipped cream, if desired.

What milk is best?

I’ve used a wide variety of milk when making frozen drinks. I think regular milk is best for orange julius because it doesn’t contribute to the flavor, instead it just adds a creamier consistency. I’ve used almond milk and it does take away from the citrus flavor a bit. I recommend adding a bit more orange if you use almond milk, or any other type of dairy-free nut milk that has a stronger flavor.

blending orange julius drinkCan I use orange juice instead of orange juice concentrate?

This recipe calls for orange juice concentrate because it pairs with ice cubes so more intense flavor is needed. If you don’t have orange juice concentrate and really want to substitute orange juice instead, I recommend freezing the juice into ice cubes and replacing the regular ice cubes.

Can I use honey or agave instead of sugar?

Yes, you can replace the 1/2 cup sugar with 1/4 cup honey or agave. Your drink will have a slightly different flavor, but it will still be fantastic!

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.When to serve Orange Julius

Orange Julius drinks are great any time fo the day, but we mostly enjoy them as an afternoon snack or as a refreshing after dinner summertime treat. I think they’d be wonderful served at breakfast time too!

What can I do with leftovers?

If you manage to have some orange julius left over, you can just place the rest in the freezer to enjoy it later on. My kids also love it when I pour leftovers into popsicle molds!

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.How can I make Orange Julius healthy?

While they taste incredible, Orange Julius’ aren’t typically considered healthy. Here are a few things I’ve done to increase the nutrients:

  1. Make sure your concentrate is made from 100% fruit juice. You’re welcome to buy your favorite brand!
  2. Add 1-2 TBSP chia seeds
  3. Swap out the sugar with 1/4 cup agave
  4. Reduce the orange juice concentrate and add orange essential oil instead
  5. Add 1-2 cups of frozen spinach or kale- this might make your drink less sweet and less orange colored, just fyi!

What type of blender should I use?

Since you’re blending 4-5 cups of ice cubes, along with a few other ingredients, it’s important to use a good blender. Blendtec and Vitamix are two popular high powered blenders, but Oster makes good blenders as well! If you don’t have a high powdered blender, add in half the ice cubes, blend until smooth, then add in the rest and repeat. You might have to stir the ingredients in the blender once or twice.

How to make Orange Julius

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.

Homemade Orange Julius Recipe

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius

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Course: Dessert, Drinks

Cuisine: American

Keyword: orange julius

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 5

Calories: 200kcal

Author: Jessica

Ingredients

  • 1 cup frozen orange juice concentrate 9 oz, rounded cup
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4-5 cups ice cubes

Instructions

  • Add ingredients to your blender in the order listed above.

  • I just scoop out 2/3 the container of orange juice concentrate with a spoon.

  • Blend until smooth.

  • Serve topped with orange slices and whipped cream, if desired.

Nutrition

Calories: 200kcal | Carbohydrates: 44g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 5mg | Sodium: 25mg | Potassium: 447mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 44g | Vitamin A: 5.9% | Vitamin C: 94.9% | Calcium: 7.3% | Iron: 1.1%

orange julius

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.

Orange Julius recipe made EASY! Just 5 ingredients & 5 minutes to enjoy a refreshing, sweet, citrusy frozen beverage at home. Perfect orange flavor and simple instructions with video that show how to make an Orange Julius.

RASPBERRY AMBROSIA SALAD – Butter with a Side of Bread by Gordon Ramsay


Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a simple, sweet side dish perfect for holidays! With only four ingredients, this ambrosia salad recipe tastes incredible and is easy to make.

Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a simple, sweet side dish perfect for holidays! With only four ingredients, this ambrosia salad recipe tastes incredible and is easy to make. 

Ambrosia is an ancient Greek word that meant “the food of the gods”… and it sure tastes like it! It has a light and fluffy texture that everyone loves!

What is Ambrosia Salad?

Ambrosia Salad is a fluffy fruit salad. The kind of fruit you put in totally depends on what you like and the season.

For example, I love raspberries, so I made this Ambrosia Salad totally about them! I used raspberry pie filling to make it a little more sweet, since fresh raspberries in stores right now can be a little bitter.

Raspberry dessert recipe

 

What is Ambrosia Salad made from?

It only takes 4 simple ingredients to make this Raspberry Ambrosia Salad!

  • Whipped topping, thawed
  • Marshmallow fluff
  • Raspberry pie filling
  • Mini marshmallows

Really, really! That is it!

How to make ambrosia

How to make Ambrosia Salad

It’s as easy as combining all of the ingredients! First, combine the whipped topping and marshmallow fluff. The consistency will be very runny. This is totally normal. No need to panic!

I like to combine those while using my electric hand mixer, this makes the job even easier! You can easily use a kitchen aid if that’s all you have.

After the marshmallow fluff and whipped topping are combined, fold in the can of raspberry pie filling using a rubber spatula. The consistency will transform into that classic ambrosia consistency we all love.

Once the raspberry pie filling has been thoroughly folded and mixed in, giving it that beautiful pale pink color, add in the mini marshmallows.

Fold them in until they are thoroughly dispersed through the salad. Refrigerate until serving and immediately refrigerate if you have any leftovers (but I doubt you will) 😉

What ingredients you need for ambrosia salad

Ready to try some more creamy fruit salads? Here are the best ones:

Can Ambrosia Salad be frozen?

I would not recommend freezing, the texture isn’t quite right after it has thawed. But you for sure should refrigerate it! Ambrosia should be kept in the fridge until it’s eaten. Ambrosia Salad will only last for a few days in the fridge. It never lasts that long for me because it always gets eaten so fast!

Can you use Fresh Raspberries in Ambrosia Salad?

Yes, you can replace the raspberry pie filling with 3 cups of fresh raspberries. Just fold them in gently at the end, along with the marshmallows. I usually don’t even add in any sugar, but that just depends on the sweetness of your berries.

Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a simple, sweet side dish perfect for holidays! With only four ingredients, this ambrosia salad recipe tastes incredible and is easy to make. 

Raspberry Ambrosia Salad

Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a simple, sweet side dish perfect for holidays! With only four ingredients, this ambrosia salad recipe tastes incredible and is easy to make. 

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Course: Side Dish

Cuisine: American

Keyword: ambrosia salad

Servings: 12

Calories: 258kcal

Ingredients

  • 8 oz whipped topping thawed
  • 7 oz marshmallow fluff
  • 21 oz canned raspberry pie filling
  • 2 cups mini marshmallows

Instructions

  • Using a hand mixer, combine the whipped topping and marhsmallow fluff in a large bowl until smooth.

  • Fold in the raspberry pie filling.

  • Fold in the mini marshmallows.

  • Refrigerate until serving!

Nutrition

Calories: 258kcal | Carbohydrates: 59g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 36mg | Potassium: 57mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 43g | Vitamin A: 0.3% | Vitamin C: 5.3% | Calcium: 2.3% | Iron: 1.6%

Can you replace the Cool Whip in Ambrosia Salad?

If you can’t find Cool Whip where you live or you prefer not to use it in recipes, you can use stabilized whipped cream instead. If you just use regular whipped cream, the consistency will be too light and the cream will not hold up very well when mixed into the jello salad. It’s very simple to make your own stabilized whipped cream and it just takes a few minutes!

How do you make stabilized whipped cream?

To make stabilized whipped cream, you will need the following ingredients:

  • 4 ounces of cream cheese (softened to room temperature)
  • 1/3 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream.
  1. Beat the cream cheese with the powdered sugar and vanilla until soft and smooth.
  2. In a separate bowl, beat the whipping cream just until soft peaks form.
  3. Add the cream cheese mixture to the whipped cream and beat until stiff peaks are formed. Store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

A little tip for making whipped cream faster. Use a metal bowl for whipping the cream and place the bowl in the freezer for about 30 minutes before you make the whipped cream. This will significantly decrease the amount of time that you will need to beat the whipped cream – the process will go much faster!

More Raspberry Desserts to LOVE:

— Raspberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

— Frozen Raspberry Cheesecake Bars

— Raspberry Honey Butter 

— Lemon Raspberry Fruit Pizza

— Chocolate Raspberry Cake 

— Raspberry Jam Thumbprint Cookies

— Raspberry Vanilla Jello Salad

— White Chocolate Raspberry Oreo Cookie Balls

— Raspberry Cheesecake Brownies

 

Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a simple, sweet side dish perfect for holidays! With only four ingredients, this ambrosia salad recipe tastes incredible and is easy to make. 

 

A fantastic ambrosia salad, Raspberry Ambrosia Salad is a wonderful raspberry dessert. This four ingredient ambrosia recipe is an easy, no fuss way to make a dessert even the pickiest of eaters love.

Any Time Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins – and why you don’t need lipliner in an earthquake by Gordon Ramsay


This recipe was originally posted in 2012 and I’ve updated the photos in 2019 to better showcase these delicious muffins!AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins Let me dive right in and tell you why these Any Time, Any Kind Muffins Oatmeal are wonderful and why you need to make them TODAY.

  • You mix up the batter ahead of time and you probably have most, if not all of the ingredients already.
  • The batter keeps for up to a month in your fridge, provided you use fresh eggs and milk (but why would you use old eggs and milk anyway, right?) This will probably remind you of that raisin bran muffin recipe but I actually like it better, so much more versatile and you don’t have to buy that gargantuan box of Raisin Bran.
  • You can make just one muffin at a time, or five dozen at a time.
  • You can mix in whatever you want to make whatever type of muffin you want.
  • They are moist, so so moist, tender, so so tender, and delicious.
  • They freeze well once they are baked – but even the batter freezes well before it is baked.
  • They’re pretty dern healthy too. Don’t go spreading that, though, because these days more than ever “healthy” is relative. Some people think the only way you can claim “healthy” is if a dish has two ingredients: Grass and water. I never did pay no mind to them. Common sense wise, this is pretty dern healthy.

Seriously, what are you waiting for? Oh yeah, you want to tell you my story about how an Alabama girl handles an earthquake in Los Angeles, right? Pfft. What was I thinking! Of course ya do. Then you can make the AnyTime, Any Kind Muffins. If you’d rather skip the story, just scroll on down to the recipe.

You’re still here? Well, get comfy then.

Back in 2012 I filmed a series for GSN called Beat The Chefs. It directly followed The American Bible Challenge and we even filmed both series at the same time on sets that were next door to each other. I had a wonderful time filming Beat The Chefs and the crew of folks I got to work with were just exceptional in every way. It only ran for one season and after that I was given opportunities to audition for several different shows but being gone that length of time was hard on my family and I decided that I didn’t want anything like that unless it was God’s clear will for my life.

Now the Earthquake story (as I wrote it in 2012)… 

This was my third time in Los Angeles. Kraft flew me out there a few years ago and then a television production company flew me out to meet with me about two years ago. I hadn’t thought I’d be back this soon but Beat The Chefs called and wanted to work with me and within two weeks I was there filming a television series. As always with new experiences, there have to be a few surprises. My surprises on this trip were learning that Jeff Foxworthy is even more awesome in person (especially when you send 200 moon pies to his set), finding out that a one hour game show can actually take 12-15 hours to film, and experiencing my very first earthquake.

Yes. Earthquake. Now y’all get this. I’m from Alabama. I live in tornado alley. I survived my first huge round of tornadoes at the age of two weeks old. I’m used to that. But the earth moving beneath you? That mess t’ain’t natural.

I’ll never forget that experience. Some said it was “just a 3.8” with a wave of their hand, as if that made it okay. As if the earth needed to stand up, play music, and do a full on Macarena for it to be noticed by the ultra cool of California.

Dear California,

I love you and all that – but y’all crazy.

I woke up at 3:19. Isn’t it wierd how we check our watches when something like this happens? As if knowing the time of our almost death is gonna somehow help us later on…Well it helps us to tell the story I suppose.

I woke up at 3:19…There was a single loud boom and it felt like someone had picked up my bed and slammed it down one time. But anytime you’re awakened from a dead sleep by having the earth decide to toss your bed in the air, once is more than enough to make a point.

My heart was instantly racing, instantly. Did I say instantly? Because, seriously. It went from dozing on the porch swing to KILL THE ATTACKING GRIZZLY in less than a blink. Adrenaline pumping, my thoughts came in surprisingly calm order – completely defying the way my heart was beating.

Holy COW An earthquake!

Then, as I waited one…two seconds for whatever was going to come next I braced myself with “This is probably gonna hurt but there’s nothing I can do about that.”

My third thought, which really happened within moments of the quake was “Not to split hairs, God, but I remember distinctly asking for no earthquakes while I was in LA.” And then my fourth thought: “What do I do?” At this point, maybe four seconds had passed. My Southern kicked in and I flew into full on “pull me from the rubble mode”. Which meant I had to get dressed really quickly because the last thing I wanted was to be on national television in my pajamas. I got dressed in all of thirty seconds, it’s amazing how fast you can do things when there is a real possibility of the building you’re in crumbling around you.

Then I got to thinking “Well if they pull me from the rubble, and my body gets on news cameras, no one will recognize me if I don’t have makeup…” So I grabbed my makeup bag and went and sat in the bathroom floor. Southerners are programmed that when disaster strikes, you go to the bathroom. Technically, this is supposed to be because it is one of the safest places to ride out a tornado but in reality, it’s just where we keep all the good books and magazines because that is the one place women can get a little privacy – if you lock the door…AND your kids don’t know how to pick a lock yet. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat in my bathroom floor reading in the evenings just to have some time to myself. You ever notice that women like to get those huge plush bathroom rugs for their private bathroom? Yeah, you think they’re rugs, but they’re really nap mats…

So I put on makeup really fast. Not the full face, mind you. Just base, concealer, eye shadow, eyebrow liner, eyeliner, mascara, and lipstick – I left the lipliner off since this was a rush job ~winks~ After I finished my makeup I got out of the bathroom floor and turned on the news, expecting to see a full report and live, on the scene eye witnesses.

Again, I’m used to tornadoes. Whenever there is a severe weather warning where I’m from, schools let out and workplaces shut down just so we’ll have more people stationed around the state who can call in and describe the sound a train makes (inside Southern humor there).

I turned the news on, expecting to see a headline of “Woman from Alabama experiences first earthquake!” Nothing. Not even a blip. I’d later find that most of the natives slept through it about like I would an F3 or 4.

After that there were no further shakes so I went and sat on the edge of the bed, my heart still racing. Where should I go? What should I do? If a bad one comes no one will come looking for me. I’m out here in Los Angeles all by myself and no one will even think about me here in this hotel in Podunk nowhere. Ok so my hotel wasn’t Podunk nowhere and I was surrounded by millions of people , but when all of those people are complete strangers, it feels like Podunk no matter how close you are to LAX.

So then I thought about driving to the studio. I’d have to be there in a few hours anyway, but I didn’t know if security would be at the gate to let me in unless someone was filming overnight there…so I may end up sitting in a parked car in a parking lot or outside the studio, and that would lead to more encounters with people knocking on my car window yelling at me to give them money – this happens often to me in LA.

After about half an hour, I decided to lay down again and turned off the bedside lamp, accepting my fate and knowing that if the big one hit I’d at least be partially identifiable, should anyone care to or even think to identify me. I mean hey, eventually my husband back in Alabama would say “I’m hungry. Kids, didn’t we used to have someone who took care of stuff like that?”

I laid down in the pitch dark and total silence and it felt eery, because that is exactly how it was right before the world decided to toss my bed up in the air one good time to see if I’d notice. Fortunately, nothing else happened. So I just closed my eyes and tried to convince my heart to slow down.

Then, as I laid there in the dark I got to thinking “There wasn’t anything on the news about this…” I took a deep breath as another thought occurred to me “Crud. What if it wasn’t a earthquake. What if my hotel room is haunted?” Now, I just had to turn that one over to God right then and there. “God, you know how I said I didn’t want any earthquakes, well I meant ghosts, too so I’m just giving this one to you and I’ll get up in about twenty minutes and head on out of here.”

Just in case, I pulled the covers up to cover my face, because everyone knows  that makes you invisible.

ALRIGHT so onto AnyTime, Any Kind Muffins…..

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins Ingredients

 You’ll need: Eggs, sugar, all purpose flour, salt, cinnamon, old fashioned oats, butter (can substitute shortening), baking soda, buttermilk, and hot hot hot water.

I know I like for y’all to use what you have on hand but I’d really like you to get old fashioned oats for this because they’re just so good with them and you CAN make do but if you buy generic old fashioned oats, they don’t cost very much – so you can justify it. If you don’t feel comfortable buying generic, pretend you are reaching for name brand and then put generic in your buggy and don’t tell them that they’re not Quaker. See the secret is, ingredients can’t read! So if you don’t tell them they’re not name brand they’ll never know ~beams~

Preparing AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Pour your boiling water over 2 cups of the oats. Set that aside to soak a bit while you work on the rest of the recipe.

Don’t worry, these exact instructions are below in the printable recipe at the bottom of this post 🙂

Mixing Up AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

In a large dishpan or really big bowl place all of your remaining dry ingredients.

Mixing Up AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Stir ’em up good and then make a little well in the center kinda sorta like what you see pictured.

Crack your eggs in there… Get you a wooden spoon or something similar and beat ’em up a bit with it.

Preparing AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins Batter

Add your milk….

You know that is a habit I had to work on breaking when I was cooking on television and camera for folks. Directors would always tell me I need to say  “Break the eggs” instead of “break your eggs” and “pour the milk” instead of “pour your milk.”

Which is silly because if you’re cooking it at home along with me, I would fully expect it is your milk and your eggs…unless you borrowed them. In that case I’d say “Pour your neighbors milk….break your neighbors eggs…” So today, I’m talking however I want to because I may not be Leslie Gore, but it’s still my party.

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins Batter

Stir that up really good.

Any Time Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins are about to happen!

Stir your melted butter into the hot oats.

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Dump that oat mixture into your batter and stir again.

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

This is what it will look like.AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Cover that up and let sit at least overnight in the fridge.

Mixing Up Different Varieties Of AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

When you’re ready for any time any kind oatmeal muffins, add mix ins…

1 cup of batter will make about 4 muffins. To every cup of batter, add about 1/2 cup of mix ins.

Pictured clockwise are: Almonds and dried cherries, chopped apple, blueberries, and chocolate chips.

Instructions for making one muffin are in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.Different Flavors Of AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Just stir those up with a spoon until they are stirred in good.

Ready To Bake AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

Place Any Time Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins into a muffin tin that has been sprayed with cooking spray or muffin papers like I’m using here. Either one works just fine. Top with additional mix ins if you want – but you don’t have to.

Bake at 400 for 20 minutes, or until lightly browned on top. ENJOY!

  • Baked muffins keep for up to three days if kept in a sealed container on the countertop, and at least a week if kept in the fridge.
  • Prepared batter keeps for up to one month in the refrigerator, provided you use fresh eggs.
  • This batter also freezes well, as do the prepared muffins!

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

I’d love to hear your mix in ideas for Any Time Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins!

AnyTime, Any Kind Oatmeal Muffins

What would you add to these muffins?

Please tell me your ideas in the comments section below! Also, do you have any earthquake stories?

Anytime, Any kind Muffins

Ingredients

  • 6 Cups old Fashioned Oats
  • 5 cups all purpose flour
  • 2 cups very hot water
  • 1 cup butter melted (can substitute melted vegetable shortening)
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 4 cups buttermilk
  • 5 teaspoons baking soda
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons salt

Instructions

  • For each batch, you can add 1/2 cup mix ins to one cup of batter. Mix in ideas are: Blueberries, chocolate chips, sliced almonds, walnuts, chopped pecans, diced apples, dried cranberries or cherries, other dried fruit or berries, chopped banana

  • In a medium bowl, place 2 cups oats and hot water. Stir and set aside.

  • Place all remaining dry ingredients into a large bowl or dishpan. Stir to combine. Form a well in the center and crack eggs into the well while beating them lightly with a spoon. Add milk and stir batter well with large spoon until well combined.

  • Melt shortening or butter and pour into hot oat mixture, stir. Pour hot oats into batter and stir again until well combined. Cover and refrigerate at least overnight.

To make 4 muffins muffins: 1 cup of muffin mix makes approximately 4 muffins. To every cup, add about 1/2 cup of mix ins such as berries, chocolate chips, nuts, or dried fruit. See post above for more ideas.

To make only one muffin, use 1/4 cup batter and approximately 2 tablespoons mix ins.

Batter keeps for up to a month. Prepared muffins freeze well as does batter.

Makes approximately 60 muffins. Batter can easily be halved.

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