I was asked to share a recipe for some muffins that I made for a scouting event a while back. Getting accurate recipes from me is always a hard thing...as I am kind of like the cajun cook...who just throws in a bit of this and a bit of that. Here is what I remember from the recipe when my 4 year old daughter and I put it together...
The basic template for the recipe came from my favorite bread book..."Bread Winners" by Mel London. Available used on Amazon for change and some shipping.
On page 246 is a recipe for whole wheat muffins...
2 Eggs beaten
1/3 cup yogurt
2/3 cup honey
1/3 cup oil
2 cups whole wheat flour
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
If memory serves me correctly...my daughter and I did the recipe like above...only we subsituted Interior Live Oak (Quercus wislizeni) acorn flour for a little less than half of the wheat flour it calls for. There are all kinds of places on the internet that give various ways to prepare such flour.
We also added
A handful of raisins
A handful of pine nuts
One of those hickory farms mini marmalade jars (my daughters idea)
We also used white wheat that we ground ourselves...so it was nice and fresh which I think makes a difference.
We mixed everything in a large bowl...poured batter into greased some muffin tins...and cooked at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.
The finished muffins were really...really good. At least we thought so. They were a really dark brown...like in the photo (of someone else's muffins!!)...and were moist and sweet. Warm with a little butter they were heavenly! Mmmmm....