Monday, April 28, 2014

10 Grain Muffins

Recently I was a lucky winner of Bob's Red Mill products from Cathy, of Wives With Knives!  My products arrived so nicely packaged and I was anxious to get started on something   A son of mine is staying with me and right away I made him some hot cereal from the Whole Grain Hot Cereal Mix. I think he was pleasantly surprised at how tasty it was, and he declared that it was better than oatmeal,  and has been fixing a bowl daily. I noticed a recipe on the back for 10 Grain Muffins, and thought I'd better make them before he finished off the package! I'm looking forward to using the Coconut Flour, too. 

These muffins are so tasty and have a wonderful grainy texture  Thank you so much Cathy  and Bob's Red Mill!  I'm certainly enjoying my new products.  Please visit Wives With Knives to see all the wonderful recipes that Cathy shares.

I'm having tea with the 10 Grain Muffins and a pretty tea mug given to me from a dear neighbor.  

 I love the pretty rose design on this mug.

This little gardening lady came from a dear friend, years ago.  Isn't she sweet with a bee in her bonnet, a pot full of roses, and a birdhouse?  Her apron is embroidered with sweet roses. 

Here's the recipe for these delicious muffins, that I'll be making again and again!

1 cup Bob's Red Mill 10 Grain Hot Cereal
1 1/4 cup sour milk or buttermilk
1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup butter or margarine
1 large egg
1 cup unbleached flour (I used 1/4 cup Bob's Red Mill Almond Meal/Flour and 3/4 cup flour)
1 t. salt
1 t. baking powder
1 t. baking soda

Mix Bob's 10 Grain Cereal with the milk; allow to stand for 10 minutes while preheating oven and assembling ingredients.

Cream butter, sugar and egg together. Add dry ingredients and milk mixture. Stir only until mixed.

Spoon into greased muffin pan. Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes.

Makes 12 muffins (Mine made 15 muffins)

I made some Honey Cinnamon Butter to serve with the muffins, although my son said that they don't really need anything!  

Honey Cinnamon Butter 

!/4 cup butter, softened
2 T. honey
1/2 t. cinnamon
I am sharing this with these lovely parties:


  1. Sounds like a nice healthy muffin Kitty! Congrats on winning the box of goodies, have fun baking:@)

  2. I just pinned this. Not just for the muffins but also for the cinnamon honey butter too. Yum. Yeah, just yum. I love everything that I have ever tried from the Bob's Mill product line. You were a blessed winner!

  3. Kitty -- these look wonderful!! As a non-grain eater, I have wondered what I should make with this product. I am going out of town in a couple weeks to celebrate my daughter's nursing school graduation and I am thinking a big tray of these muffins will be great for the grain-eaters in the bunch!!

    I love coconut flour and use it a lot in making pancakes and waffles :)

    Have a blessed day.

  4. Coconut flour? Must investigate this. I have something from this product line in my freezer...must go check to see if I can do some baking with it. Thanks for the info!

    1. Oops! Forgot to mention how pretty and summery your new mug is!

  5. Oh these sound fabulous. I would love to have you link up to Inspire Me this afternoon. Party goes live at 3 PM. Hope to see you there.

  6. Honey cinnamon butter sounds amazing! I bet it tastes good on biscuits and toast too :)

    Your muffins look delicious and your photos are charming. Thanks for sharing, Kitty! Love to you!

  7. The muffins look delicious, Kitty. I like that recipe too. Your honey cinnamon butter is the perfect topping. I'm so happy you are enjoying your products from Bob's Red Mill.

  8. Yum, Kitty...thanks for the recommendation on those Red Mill products. I see them all the time in the store but have never purchased any. I sure will, now & can't wait to try this recipe.

    LOVE your pretty cup with the rose & the way you staged the photo, with the lacy over the chair...very Victorian looking. ~~smile~~

  9. Your new mug is pretty and I love a healthy muffin, these look yummy!

  10. Love it all: the muffins, the mug, the doily and the doll! Did I miss anything? The whole vignette is darling as usual!!!!

  11. Hi Kitty,
    Congratulations on your recent win! I love that pretty mug with the rose. Your muffins look yummy. It's always such fun to visit your blogspot. Have a wonderful week! Karen

  12. Hi Kitty: I love that tea mug. I have the tea pot and tea cup in the same pattern. I think it is so pretty. Everything looks so cute. Thanks so much for sharing. Blessings, Martha

  13. That company makes a lot of good flours. They sell them at Sprouts. Congratulations!

  14. What a nice gift - I will have to try this. I do love hot cereal and muffins and Bob's Red Mill is right over the state line from me in Oregon. I love your pretty garden lady with her fancy hat and frock and I really love your mug, plate and sweet butter keeper, too. The cinnamon, honey butter sounds so yummy! xo Karen

  15. Delicious looking, Kitty!! Fortunately, my grocery store carries these products (we cannot always find things here!). I will look forward to trying the recipe. Your guests for tea are appropriately dressed with those lovely bonnets! Have fun!!

  16. Mmmmm honey cinnamon butter! You are making me want to go bake some muffins!
    Your tea mug is so pretty...I have the very same one! It looks like you have everything you need for a lovely tea party.
    Lucky you to win such fab products! I love Bob!

  17. What a wonderful win! I love whole grains...they are so much tastier and better for you. These muffins look amazing and I use buttermilk in a lot of my recipes. What a pretty mug with roses! Enjoy your evening my friend! Any muffins left? heehee!

  18. those muffins look delicious. We are enjoying whole grains more and more! Thanks for this recipe. I actually have a Red Mill product in my pantry.

  19. Hi again Kitty
    When I was shopping today, I saw the 10 grain package and picked it up to bake some of these muffins myself. Thanks for sharing about them!

  20. I love Bob's Red Mill products Kitty and your muffins with your Honey Cinnamon Butter look and sound delicious! Love your sweet gardening lady :)

  21. Nice! I'm intrigued by the coconut flour. I'll have to look for it next time I shop.

  22. What a fun give away win Kitty. The muffins look so yummy! Coconut flour sounds like it would be fun to try. Your little garden gal is so sweet too. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  23. Congrats on your win! Had to laugh at Vee's description!


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