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October 06, 2008

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Anita

YUM!!! Save me some :-)

Barb

Not only do they sound good, they look good too :)! Thanks for the recipe- I will be giving these a try!

Barb

Bev James

Oh, wow! Those look so good-I was up at 4 a.m. and one would go really good with a cup of coffee about now. Bless you and Paula and thanks for the recipe. I am going to try it even if it does have 2 sticks of butter-a WW no no. Maybe when my craft group comes over so I can share them. tfs

Carol

Oh YUM!!! These look mouth-watering good! Too funny, I had the Barefoot Contessa on last night and saw her make this unbelievable cheesecake that I'm going to have to try real soon! It must be the fall food bug making his rounds:)
TFS:)

LeAnne

YUM-MEE!!! Can't wait to try them!
LeAnne

Joan Fricker

Tammy, they look yummy! I have saved the recipe and hope to make some soon. Joan

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk)

Boy I hope you saved me one too!!! These look so yummy ... don't you just love baking this time of the year ... makes the house smell sooooooooo good!!

teresa chapman

Oooh - these look and sound so yummy. I will be baking this week :) TFS

Teresa

Charlene

Tammy...just got to this and YUMMO do they ever sound good! Did I miss how many this makes??

Nancy

Ooooh...those look yummy! Thanks for the recipe (and thanks to Paula too, love watching her!). Going to see my daughter in Vermont tomorrow...think I'll make some of these and stash them in my carry-on to take to her. :)

Cathy

Tammy, these looked so good I HAD to make them. DH had brought home some Empire apples and so I went at it yesterday. I discovered that my muffin pan was a teensy bit too wide for my counter-top convection oven, and being too lazy to empty all of the baking pans out of the "big" oven, I used a loaf pan and made it into a bread. This recipe makes two large loaves.

DS came home from college after classes yesterday to spend a couple of days here for the Yom Kippur holiday. I'd planned to surprise everyone with fresh apple-raisin-nut bread for breakfast this morning.

In addition to our two sons, we had also invited another friend over to watch the debate last evening and after everyone feasted on hot stew, they dug into this bread for dessert. Suffice to say, they made quick work of BOTH loaves and there was nothing left for breakfast this morning!

Like your designs, your recipe is a definite winner!

Maria

OHHHH YUMMY!!!! Now I'm craving muffins...lol. Thanks for the recipe, i'm definately gonna try it. my kids love muffins!!!

Mary G

mmmmmmmmm....these sound soooo good! Definitely have to try this recipe! TFS! :)

Pam Speidel

I wish I had one right now! These look delicious! copying the recipe now... :)

Sue D

I finally had a chance to make these yesterday with the last of our apples. Boy were they good! I've never had a muffin recipe that cooked the liquid ingredients first. I made both mini and full size and they sure made the house smell good. Thanks so much for sharing this.

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