This muffin recipe promised to deliver ‘the best part of French toast rolled up in a muffin’. With a promise like that, I got out my mixing bowl! Of course, the recipe calls for Bisquick which I never keep in the house, so I used the trusty Bisquick substitute of 1 c. flour, 1 1/2 t baking powder, and 1/2 t salt. The batter came together quickly, but the muffins took a bit longer in the oven than the recipe indicated.
When they came out of the oven, I brushed them with melted margarine and dusted them with cinnamon and sugar. After all that, you’d think they’d be amazing, right? Ehhh, I was disappointed. None of them will go to waste, but they weren’t as good as I expected. I think they need more cinnamon and sugar on the inside. Don’t worry, I have another recipe on my list which I think will fix this problem!