9 Reviews

Great recipe!
Even my 10 year old twins love this healthy treat. Thank you for this awesome recipe. It is going on my favorites list.

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domachica September 27, 2011

WONDERFUL muffin recipe! I subbed King Arthur White Whole Wheat for the regular flour, used zucchini, subbed applesauce for the oil, used 1 large egg, and skipped the glaze. Just tried one & the rest will be frozen for breakfast. Thanks for sharing!!
UPDATE 11/04/2010 - made last night using all whole-wheat flour & I like them even better! Texture is still wonderful and with much more fiber & protein.

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LillyZackMom November 04, 2010

I make this all the time, my friends and customers love them. Was out of raisins this morning, so I added dates. That is a very delicious alternative.

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sweet things April 29, 2009

I loved 'em, loved 'em, loved 'em! Guess they hit my tastebuds just right, but I really thought these were awesome. I was secretly hoping no one else would like them, so I could have them all, but unfortunately that wasn't the case. Everybody liked them. I used the carrots, and skipped the glaze. I just put a little pat of butter in them fresh out of the oven. Heavenly. I made them for brunch late Sunday morning. I'm thinking I will be making them for brunch again next Sunday morning.

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Kay D. November 04, 2008

This are delicious. I made the carrot version and added some chopped dried cherries instead of raisins. I also made 6 large muffins instead of 12 regular size. I skipped the glaze. For a breakfast muffin, it really doesn't need it. Made for Fall 2007 PAC.

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Outta Here September 16, 2007

Great moist muffins! Made mine with zucchini rather than carrots (used about 3/4 of a cup), and used King Arthur's White Whole Wheat Flour. Baked them in large muffin tin -- it made six giant muffins! I feel that they need more spice . . . next time think I'll add 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg and 1/2 teaspoon of cloves. Also feel that the salt is required, not an option and maybe a bit more than 1/2 teaspooon. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.

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Galley Wench August 28, 2007

I am giving this a 4 star only because of the appearance which may be my fault. I made this with whole wheat pastry flour and they do not have the nice rounded tops. Actually they are flat. Did not affect the taste. They are nice and moist. They do have lots of fiber and the pineapple, raisins and oats adds to the density and may contribute to the apperance. I love having muffins in the freezer and will probably make these again. If the result is different, I will definately update this review. JQ thanks for posting these moist muffins :)

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PaulaG April 10, 2005

I made these for the first time tonight, using shredded zucchini and whole wheat flour. It's nice to know that some that tastes so good, can be so good for you. Thank you for this delicious and healthy recipe.. it is a keeper!

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LoriM3 August 03, 2004

These muffins are truly "glorious" to prepare at home and serve family and friends'. I've made this one couple of times and it always has gone down well with one and all. This one's a keeper!

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Charishma_Ramchandani July 16, 2004
Glorious Morning Muffins