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These were quite tasty! I used dried cranberries, and some pecans. Also added a bit of cinnamon. Thanks!

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readergirl November 23, 2010

These are so good. If you're used to making low fat muffins you'll love them. I used frozen berries instead of dried and they turned out great. My favorite part is the honey.

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sylviaspisic February 24, 2009

Yummy muffins...I particularly liked the mixture of the honey and wheat germ in the batter!! I used a combo of all-purpose and whole wheat flours and dried cherries. I will definitely make these again and use all sorts of other berry types but I really want to try them with chopped nuts next -(that's how much I like the nutty flavor of the batter...make the whole muffin just a honey nut treat...YUMMY!!) Thanks for sharing ladypit and Thanks to your Hubby too!!

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free-free July 21, 2007

I feel kind of bad leaving a review because I made this recipe but had no berries! So...I used 1 tbsp cinn & vanilla to make it into a sweet wheat germ muffin! I used whole wheat flour & topped it with some cinn/Splenda for some fun. It really did come out tasting good with the healthy ingredients-so thank you!

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LUVMY2BOYS January 30, 2007

Turned out great. Only change I made was to use whole wheat pastry flour, which turned out nicely. I also used cranberries, but will try again using other mixed berries. Great recipe. Made exactly 12 muffins and the cook time was just right. Thanks!

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VegSocialWorker January 16, 2006

These are excellent. Light and fluffy with just the right combination of flavors. Also very filling. I love the addition of the wheat germ which gives it such a nice texture. I used dried cranberries which is what I had on hand. The recipe doesn't say when to add the honey, so I just added it with the milk and egg mixture. They turned out great so I guess that was okay. Thanks Jen for a great reci

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~Nimz~ January 14, 2006

So good!! I used dried cranberries and didnt fill the measuring cup completely to the top with applesauce. Mext time I want to try dried cherries! Thank you Mr. Ladypit for creating this recipe and thanks Mrs. ladypit for posting!! :)

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lauralie41 January 13, 2006
Hubby's Low Fat Yummy Dried Berry Muffins