The muffins I baked this weekend came from muffin cookbooklet (at the check out stand) and there are very good. Not to high in calories either.
I'd be interested not in the specific recipes but in the ease of cooking factor. I don't keep a lot of ingredients on hand and don't have a lot of time for an involved recipe. I like 'em plain and simple.
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I've subscribed to their magazine for a long time. In the last couple of years, they have revamped their magazine and just did it again. Not sure yet if I like their new look and new style. I've liked their recipes when I have made them as well as when others have made them - a lot more keepers then throw-away's. I haven't tried anything from their latest magazine yet so I hope they still have good recipes that are worth keeping.
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I bought 2 Taste of Home cookbooks that came as a set...diet and light cooking or something like that. The set I bought came with a subscription to the Taste of Home Healthy Cooking magazine. I got a newsletter in my email yesterday and I am excited. It looks like there are some great recipes and ideas. So excited to get more into and try some things!
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