Why "kitchen sink"? Take a look at the ingredients and you'll see. Anything and everything gets thrown into these babies until they're so stuffed with good stuff it seemed the obvious name.
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon salt
2 cup grated carrots
1 grated apple
1/2 cup Craisins
½ cup sliced walnuts
½ cup coconut
2/3 cup oil
2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
In a large bowl mix all the dry ingredients. In a medium bowl separately mix the next eight ingredients (carrots through vanilla extract). Stir the wet ingredients into the dry, mixing only until just combined. Pour into 18 lined baking cups and bake at 350 degrees for 20-22 minutes.
And a few totally unrelated news items:
I finally discovered why I like bakery cakes so much--you know, the Costco sheet cakes with mile-high frosting made from genuine American Crisco? It's because those chocolate cakes are nothing but extra-thick Ding Dongs without the chocolate shell. The exact same cake and filling as Hostess Ding Dongs. Or Ho Hos for that matter. No wonder I can't get enough of that chocolaty-artery clogging goodness.
And look everybody! I got my first piece of fan mail! I went to the mailbox this afternoon and look what awaited me: Male models in handsome sheepskin coats--also known as: "Starsky and Hutch: Before They Were Famous."
I love postcards and this one is going in the scrapbook. Or framed on the wall. Check out the eyebrows on that guy--they're as bushy as his Attractive Fleece Liner. And I have darling Chili to thank--Remember folks, this is what happens when you give out your home address, you too may be the recipient of Open Air Man: Sheepskin Edition Postcards.
I bet I could sell this on Ebay and make a killing.
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we don't have an oven here in the nunnery or else i'd be all over those muffins. perhaps all over starsky and hutch too...haha
Those muffins look so appealing and thanks for the recipe.
I am now very tempted!!
Blessings to you all on such a joyous Easter day.
Those muffins look delish! I might even throw some All-Bran in those!
Those sound great, I'll have to add them to the rotation. Along the same theme, my kids have been loving The Vegan Lunchbox's "Full Meal Muffins" lately (http://shmooedfood.blogspot.com/2007/02/full-meal-muffins.html).
I just made my first mud cake - and though it didn't look appealing, it tasted good. Thanks for the recipe, when I'm brave enough to try your it, I'll let you know.
Hope you have a wonderful easter
I have a postcard collection from when my grandmother traveled all over the world and sent them to me (I was 2 and couldn't read, but whatever). So I have this HUGE stash of postcards at home. Very fun.
Those muffins sound tasty, but the post card ROCKS!
I've almost forgotten the giddy pleasure of recieving a piece of mail from a friend addressed to me personally. Email is too easy and impersonal in that respect. With a letter or post card you know that person had to write on it with their little hands, stamp it, and take it out to the mailbox, OR, drop it off at the post office!. That's cool.
Mmmm...Those muffins look totally good right now! I'm on Passover right now -- so, I'm totally licking the screen! ;)
mmmm. i love muffins.
and i love unexpected mail, too.
And, um, is that Sean Connery's younger brother?
Those muffins sound absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Hey, can you post the recipes for the other muffins? They sound delicious - especially the pumpkin one!!
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