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Great combo of flavors! I love cherries and almonds! I halved the recipe to get 6 muffins. I used all white sugar and 2 large egg whites. I did add in 1 T. cherry juice since the batter was a bit thick and that made the batter perfect. Next time I will chop the cherries smaller and mix in the almonds (I only put them on top as decoration). I have made a lot of muffins with wheat flour and while this one was dense, it happened to be the least dense of many recipes I have tried, maybe the extra egg white helped. Great recipe!

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Pardeemom April 11, 2008

Good healthy muffins. Loved the taste of the almond and cherries together. Found them a bit drier than my regular muffins but that might be because I am not used to making muffins with whole-wheat flour only. Will made them again with a mix of whole-wheat and regular flour. I used all sugar. Thanks toni!

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Redsie January 02, 2007

I really liked this mufin recipe. The combination of almond and marachino cherry was killer. As the other reviewer said, they are dense but very good.

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Mysterygirl October 20, 2006

These were pretty good. DH liked the more than I did. The texture for me was a little too dense even though I made sure not to overmix. It was my first time for baking with splenda and using wheat flour, so it could have been that. Since DH said "there is nothing wrong with them" and they are healthier muffins- 4 stars.

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Chef Mommie August 09, 2006
Cherry Almond Muffins