4 Reviews

Loved the poppy seed and orange, but found them kind of dense and a little dry. I added cranberries to half the batch and that worked nicely for a little sweetness. All in all these were good, healthier muffins!

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kelly in TO May 08, 2008

These were really good Celine, especially right from the oven. The smell of orange is so refreshing this time of year. (April). I did what one reviewer suggested and added a bit more lowfat plain yogurt. I also used Marramamba's Splenda Glaze. These didn't rise as I expected and so I made a note of that for next time. Glad I tagged for Photoforum!!

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CoffeeB April 05, 2008

I like this recipe, basically, but it was a bit dry. That is to be expected in a low-fat, light muffin. I did use only all purpose flour since I had no whole wheat. That worked fine. Next time I will increase the yogurt a bit to add some extra moisture. Would be good with lemon, too!

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nott March 06, 2008

wonderful muffins :) i subbed unsweetened applesauce for the oil and used my splenda glaze. nice and bright tasting

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MarraMamba January 29, 2008
Orange Poppy Seed Muffins (Light)