Whole Wheat Quick Mix Honey Cinnamon Muffins

Simple.  Tasty.  Fast.  Isn’t that what we want in all of our recipes?  This muffin recipe is all of that and healthy too!

See?  I told you this Whole Wheat Quick Mix has been a life saver!

Quick Mix Honey Cinnamon Muffins

2 cups Quick Mix
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
½ cup honey
½ cup milk
1 egg

Mix all ingredients until just combined.  (Do not over-stir.)  Scoop batter into 9 paper lined muffin cups.  Bake at 400° for 15-20 minutes or until muffins are golden brown.

Honey_Cinnamon_Muffins_2

Like This? Bless Others By Sharing!
Share on Facebook48Pin on Pinterest272Tweet about this on Twitter1Email this to someoneShare on LinkedIn0Print this page

Comments

  1. Rose says

    My family loves different types of muffins. These will be the next ones we try. They look yummy and easy! Thanks Laura for all the work you do and then share it with us. I appreciate it and I know others appreciate it as well.

    [Reply]

  2. Denise Frederick says

    Love these uses for my quick mix! Thank you Laura!
    (Plus having another item to offer my family for breakfast is also great….my son is not a “cereal” type kid…so this will fit the bill!)

    [Reply]

  3. says

    My husband doesn’t like muffins/breads that contain fruit or are overly sweet. It sounds like these might be an option that he’d like. I’ll see if I can’t give them a try this weekend.

    [Reply]

  4. Cheri says

    Did you add the sucanat to your quick mix? Just wondering about the sweetness factor in all the goodies you’ve made with it.

    [Reply]

  5. Kelly Johnson says

    Those cereals sound fantastic! I know my preschool-age children will enjoy trying something new. Sounds like the perfect take-along snack for Sunday worship service for my little kiddos.
    Thanks so much for all you do!
    Kelly

    [Reply]

  6. says

    I LOVE cereal… but avoid eating it because it’s so processed. I’ve tried making my own out of Sally Fallon’s Eat Fat-Lose Fat Book… but with 2 kids (2 and under) I just don’t have time! I am SO glad that there is an alternative! I’m totally ordering some… although winning would be great too!! :)

    [Reply]

  7. Marsha M says

    Thank you for this recipe! I am not a muffin person but these were quick and went great with our dinner tonight.

    [Reply]

  8. Jodee says

    I made these this morning and I believe we have found our new favorite muffins. These were so good. I added pecans to some and wow…yummy! Love my quick mix and my cook book.

    [Reply]

  9. Hadia says

    H Laura!!!
    I made these muffins, I added some chopped apples in the recipe and it came out reallyyy good!!! :D im sooo happy. my husband liked them tooo. and i gave some too my neighbors too.
    Thanks for these amazing recipes :)
    xox
    luv,
    Hadia

    [Reply]

  10. Gretchen says

    Tried these this morning…taste was great, but the muffins crumbled to pieces. They just wouldn’t stay together. :( Too much moisture? Not enough fat?

    [Reply]

    Laura Reply:

    Hmmm, my first thought is “too dry” which either means, more fat or more milk. :)

    [Reply]

    Staci Reply:

    I am having the same problem with the quick mix. We couldn’t even put soft butter on the biscuits without them crumbling. I did use spelt flour, but I regularly sub that for all my recipes. I am thinking of trying it with less palm shortening. My regular biscuit and scone recipe have a smaller flour to shortening ratio. It is still handy though for those days when I can’t figure what to make and have a short time to be able to throw something together quick. When I made the biscuit recipe and flattened it out in the pan for pizza dough that worked great.

    [Reply]

  11. Kentuckylady717 says

    What is the quick mix, and where do you find it ? Really can’t recall seeing it in the stores….
    Unless you’re talking about Bisquick……

    [Reply]

    OneHotMomma Reply:

    The link is in the recipe. You can make it for yourself, no need for a store!

    [Reply]

  12. Kentuckylady717 says

    Do you think Bisquick would work and use the other ingredients, since I do not care for whole wheat ?

    [Reply]

  13. Sharon says

    Hi,

    I assume that storing the quick mix in the freezer protects the nutrients the freshly ground wheat? I just invested in a Foodsaver and a few canisters and was wondering if this could be kept on a cool shelf it was vacuum sealed? I don’t have a lot of freezer room right now.

    Thank you for all that you share!

    Sharon

    [Reply]

    LindseyforLaura@HHM Reply:

    I don’t see why that wouldn’t work!

    [Reply]

  14. Lori says

    When I make these I have to add another 1/2 cup of milk, so I get a 12 muffins. Which is great for me! They still taste really good, it must be my store bought wheat flour. Oh, and I have used pumpkin pie spice in place of cinnamon which is good too.

    [Reply]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *