More like 6 or 7 dozen, but who's counting.
made pancakes, only a portion of a box of buttermilk was used. Again, it was tossed in the freezer. Well, stood in the door to freeze solid. Which leads me to this picture. Most of a quart of buttermilk, needing to be thawed.
By now, the hot cereal mixture should be all nice and melty. Give it a little stir to be sure, then pour it in the bowl, too.
It should be noted, for those who keep track of these things, that this is not the standard muffin methodology people like Alton Brown would employ. Sorry, Alton, you aren't washing my dishes. And since I am more than a little dishaphobic, I'll live with it.
It should be noted that this is the perfect recipe for using up that box of bran flakes in the back of the cupboard. Or a great time to buy those cheap, but of questionable vintage flake from the bulk food store.
It will keep in the fridge and allow you to bake muffins, at leisure, for at least a week.
And there you have it. I have just eliminated your need for icky, bagged, store-bought mixes.
Oh, how did they turn out? Well, you'll just have to tune in tomorrow and find out... 1. 2.