ok I cut back the sugar and added applesauce and they were blaaaannnd think I'll add some choc pudding on top! :)
Very nummy! Quick and easy too. I would consider a little cinnamon on top (or in) next time but they are great as is! Thanks!
excellent.They were tender and had a really good crumb. Can't even tell they are low-fat. I made a couple of changes I used White Whole Wheat Flour from Trader Joes for all of the flour listed. I used light brown sugar for the sugar and I didn't have any nuts. This recipe is a keeper.
These are unbelievably good--almost like a more healthful version of cupcakes--DH and I loved them!! I made only minor changes to the recipe: I used all whole wheat pastry flour instead of the a/p and w/w flours, sodium-free baking powder rather than regular baking powder (sodium-free baking powder acts the same as the regular kind, but doesn't add any sodium), and pecans in place of the walnuts...and the muffins turned out fantastic! This is definitely a recipe I'll make again! Thanks so much for sharing it PaulaG!!
This is an excellent recipe! I made the following changes, used Splenda brown sugar blend, but only 1/4 cup; used 4 overripe bananas, really black on the outside; added blueberries (either dried or frozen work); for the ground nuts on top, I added a scant 1/2 tsp splenda brown sugar when I ground them. This added some extra sweetness to the muffins without adding extra sugar to the batter. People rave about them.
WOW are these good!!! They are so moist and they rise really high with all that baking powder and soda in them! You could never tell that there is no butter or heavy fats to these!!! They created really yummy "muffin tops", Elaine would be proud!! These are so so good with the nuts baked on top, they're better than banana bread! I used equal amounts of walnuts, pecans, and salted macadamia nuts all crushed together for good flavor and different textures. I will definitely make these again, thanks PaulaG!!!
I thought these muffins were delicious! However, I did make a few changes. Instead of 1/2 c sugar, I used 1/4 c sugar and 1/4 c brown sugar. I also toasted the walnuts and added them to the batter as opposed to on top. I also added a few sprinkles of cinnamon and before throwing in the oven, I sprinkled the tops lightly with sugar in the raw.
Very easy tasty recipe, I added 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and 1/4 psyllum in place of the whole wheat flour, cut the sugar to a 1/4 cup. Very nice texture and enjoyed by all. Will mae again for sure - thanks
I give it 2 stars. The texture was nice but it was so incredibly bland. It didn't taste like anything.