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Need Safe CornMuffin Mix

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By luvmyboys on Thu, 11-09-06, 01:42

DS' kindergarten is preparing food for a 'Thanksgiving Feast'. Teacher wants to do corn muffins from a mix. I assume the best option is Betty Crocker Corn Muffin Mix IF it has no warning on it. Does anyone know if they've seen it with or without a warning?

Honestly I have not used a baking mix of any type in 4 years...I do strictly from scratch..but I know GM (Betty Crocker) mixes are used by those of you with the tightest of comfort zones.
Thanks, Luvmyboys

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By ceross on Fri, 11-10-06, 05:41

I use the Jiffy brand. DD's also allergic to egg so I use a recipe from Cooking Light where mashed banana is used. You add half a cup of banana and half a cup of milk to the mix and bake at 350 degrees for 22 minutes. I only made muffins with this recipe but I imagine you could make a loaf instead. Also, I've added blueberries to the batter and the muffins have been very yummy.

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By Momcat on Sat, 11-11-06, 01:14

I've used Jiffy and Dr. Oetker corn muffin mixes. You can also make it from the recipe on the cornmeal box.


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By ajas_folks on Fri, 11-17-06, 14:02

SOmewhere, somehow I recall that Jiffy ran their corn muffin mix down same lines as banana nut mix? I've not bought it in years, so was just wondering . . .

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By ajas_folks on Fri, 11-17-06, 14:08

Links to other discussions here about this product:




Hope this helps.

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By LaurensMom on Fri, 11-17-06, 15:37

Betty Crocker makes a corn muffin mix we make 1 to 3 times a week and have for the past 5 years or so.

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