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UPDATED OCTOBER 2023: These muffins are soft, sweet and hearty. They are the perfect addition to any family dinner and will award you smiles all around. As an added bonus, I bet you have everything in your kitchen right now to make them. They are an all around great staple! 
Put away your Kitchen Aid Mixer,  and say good bye to the Bosch, baby. All you need for this fabulous dinner addition is a bowl, a wooden spoon,  some BASIC baking ingredients, and about 25 minutes. I received this recipe from my sweet friend Julie earlier today. They sounded good (and fast) so I made them tonight to go with dinner. Did my family like them, you are wondering?
“THOSE are BLOG WORTHY!” from Mark.
“Make these every night.” from Emily.
“Those are DE-licous….why is there only ONE left for me?” from Anna….when you play at a friends too long you miss out on the muffins. 

Whole Wheat Brown Sugar Muffins

Serves: 12 muffins Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


  • 2 C whole wheat flour
  • 1 C brown sugar
  • 1/4 t salt
  • 1 t baking soda
  • 1 C milk
  • 1 stick melted butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 t vanilla


1. Mix the dry ingredients together in a medium sized bowl.
2. In a large measuring cup combine all liquid ingredients.
3. Pour liquid ingredients over the dry ingredients and stir just until moistened.
4. Spoon into greased muffin tins.
5. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes.

Recipe from dear Julie Thomson

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  1. Jamie,

    Angela (my sister) told me about your food blog–so fun! I can't get enough when it comes to food blogs. SO many recipes to try! I am with you, it is a constant battle to try and not be 400lbs! I am glad to find someone who loves cooking as much as I do! Such a fun hobby isn't it.

    I posted about your raisin bread recipe today on my blog I added a link to your blog. Hope you get some more traffic. Great job with your blog!

  2. I use a recipe like this that I just love! It is so fast and easy; if I'm in a pinch I'll whip it up for a church bbq. Delish!

  3. I made these yummy muffins last night for dinner. They tasted wonderful and the kids were begging for more…too bad I only made half a batch.

  4. My friend Amanda Day brought your sugar cookie bars to church on Mother's Day. They were the best I've ever had and I'm a baking snob!! Amanda told me about your blog, it's so great!! I took the pan sugar cookies to a Juniper Point crime watch meeting tonight and had to send the link to your blog to 6 people! I met you once at Jumpin' Jacks and then saw you sing at the womens' conference. You are a very talented gal! Keep up the good work, you're on my favorites list now!—Jennifer Mathews (Aurora Vista Ward)

  5. Jennifer,
    Thanks for your kind compliments! I'm so glad you liked the sugar cookie bars…how fun for Amanda to bring them to CHURCH on mothers day! I should bring treats to Relief Society more often. That would be fun. Thanks for passing my link around. That's super nice of you and thanks for letting me know.
    Have a great day!

  6. Thank-you so much for this recipe! These muffins are amazing! I knew these were going to be good before I pulled them out of the oven though, because the batter was super delicious! These were so simple and easy and I already had all the ingredients. I served them with our dinner of homemade chili tonight, and they were fantastic. I think these muffins would be good with any meal! I am definitely going to make these again!

  7. Hey dear friend,

    Just thought I'd let you know I put fresh blueberries in the wheat muffins tonight. It was delicious!

  8. Jamie,

    I made your whole wheat muffins today and they are delicioso. Every thing that I have tried on your blog has been so good. I am so glad that I found you. You're awesome!

  9. Wonderful Recipe! I added some dried blueberries for a little burst of flavor and it worked deliciously. Today, I'm going to make them again and try substituting a little applesauce for the butter to make them a little healthier. Also, I had to cook mine about 3 min longer than the recipe suggested.