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I used mixed berries; 4 packets of Splenda instead of Equal. Very good!

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Mainelyhomecooking April 05, 2010

These were good for being so healthy. Good thing there were blueberries or else they would have been very very bland.

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Pintsizechef June 11, 2006

I liked these. I decided to make these pretty muffins so I could cut down on sugar and share them with other ladies who also are watching their figures. I used four packets of Splenda and Costco's mixed frozen berries. Great muffins for a healthier diet! People who want them to be sweeter can always add jam or jelly! I'm going to remember those four splenda packets for all my muffin recipes. Thank you.

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Recipe Junkie March 17, 2006

Very good! I made these last night and used 1/2 a mashed banana instead of an egg, and soymilk instead of milk. They turned out wonderfully! Very tasty; the batch is nearly gone! These will definitely be a regular here- thanks a lot for posting this! :)

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Chef Kirsten (#1!) November 29, 2005

Fairly bland tasting - Next time I will use the full sugar amount recommended (as i usually cut the amount almost in half). My husband would only eat them with a bit of butter on it, and warm. Great texture though - simular to cake. I will also add more berries next time. It would be great if the blueberries were substituded for others .. I will try this recipe again, but with a few modifications!

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Dobermanmom September 04, 2005

Excellent blueberry muffins. A good way to use up the ones I froze last year, we have them growing in our back yard.

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DotM April 27, 2004
Low Fat Blueberry Muffins