I started a new position a couple of weeks ago. It's at a senior facility that not only provides one square a day for the residents, but also produces all the baking for the coffee bar at the hospital. Yesterday during my shift I made Morning Glory muffins in quite a large quantity. We served them at the coffee shop I just stopped working at, and after a brief look on the net today, there seems to be many different version of this treat. Yesterday's baking inspired me to get a recipe for a smaller quantity and make some for myself.
I found a great recipe on the Canadian Living web site, which you can see here.
They turned out great, though I found the recipe didn't have enough liquid in it to incorporate all the dry ingredients. So, I added a full cup of the yogurt and enough milk to make a decent batter. I got 12 medium sized muffins. They're fairly low in fat and don't have tons of sugar in them. I wasn't keen on the pepitas (hulled pumpkin seeds), though; they weren't as crunchy as a nice nut would have been. But, that's a minor adjustment.
Definitely a keeper recipe.
One day, I'll take some pictures of my work stuff, but since I'm so new there I don't want anyone to think I'm weird or anything!