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These were very tasty. I used lowfat vanilla yoghurt and frozen berries. Mine did stick to the paper liners a bit, possibly due to the berries? Next time i will just grease the muffin tray and cook them that way. Thanx for another great recipe

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'lotl-love May 21, 2010

I love these muffins!! I used frozen marion berries......yum!!

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55tbird April 12, 2010

For low fat these are great! I shouldn't have been concerned. Another great recipe from Kitten. I made as directed with low fat sour cream and they came out perfect at 15 minutes. Thanks for another great recipe.

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truckerboo April 04, 2010

This was soft and was really delicious. And, very simple to make and even easier to eat! Low-fat, soft, moistened, and am very delicious! I will make these often. Next time, I intend to add the orange peel which I chopped finely to this. Thank you for posting.

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minmin-mika February 26, 2010

These were super yummy! I will definitely be making them again. I think I might make some with chunks of apple instead of the blueberries next time.

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iamme January 27, 2010

One of my favorite ways to use up banannas. The are light and flavorful. They freeze very well. I use egg beaters, frozen blueberries (thawed), low-fat sour cream, and whole wheat white flour.

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palm715 January 12, 2010

Delicious! The only change I made was to use 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 all-purpose flour. Very moist and yummy! Will freeze to eat for breakfast.

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peekoos November 23, 2009

Oh Wow! These are good. Great for a healthy muffin. I followed the recipe to a T except I used non fat yogurt instead of sour cream and frozen blue berries. The kids loved these. They were more dense than regular muffins, but definitely more moist and fruity. They're so healthy we could eat them for breakfast. I will be making these again. THANK YOU.

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Nado2003 September 11, 2009

Super delish! My kids and I loved them! This is definitely a keeper and I didn't have to feel guilty. I actually used whole wheat flour which made these even healthier and the kids didn't even notice, between the blueberries and the banana.

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Claidan September 10, 2009

I like this recipe. I have been on a mission to bake with yogurt instead of butter, and this was a great recipe for that. I used half whole wheat and half white flour. I did add a little more sugar since I didn't use banana. I mixed wet and dry separate and folded blueberries into final mixture. Did not use nutmeg.. Muffins baked well. I'll make this again! Thanks

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dr_kaley September 03, 2009
Kittencal's 1-Gram Low Fat Banana-Blueberry Muffins