Terese Allen is a former chef whose books and articles feature the pleasures and benefits of local foods, sustainable cooking and culinary folklore. She pens columns for Edible Madison and Edible Door magazines and is co-founder of the Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin (CHEW).Learn More
Blood oranges, as their name implies, have deep-red flesh and flavor, and lend a real citrus spark to these muffins. Or you can use a regular orange, if you’d like. Wheat- and gluten-free products are far more readily available these days than ever before. And the all-purpose flour and cereal flakes in this recipe add substance and flavor. Enjoy with a bit of butter for a savory snack, or with cream cheese frosting for a tasty dessert.