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I wasn't sure if these were supposed to have sugar in them or if they were supposed to be a savoury muffin. Anyway, I added a bit of sugar (sorry I didn't measure it) I only had a little bit of peanut butter which I eked out so they should have had more. When I ran out of peanut butter I used lemon curd, and both were really nice....I'll make them properly next time!

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Patchwork Dragon September 10, 2009

Yummy delicious and healthy! Thanks for the great recipe!

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Earl&Chai July 12, 2009

My muffins came out very gritty. I must have used some kind of different cornmeal, I loved the peanut butter inside but can't say much about the taste of the muffin itself. Not sure what I did wrong.

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Arichka January 05, 2007

These muffins were excellent. They were very easy to make. They are not sweet, which i was happy about but others may not like that. I would make again! Thanks tish for the recipe!

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Collegegal Baker October 05, 2006

My one-year-old loves these muffins! They are so easy to make and they're healthy too! They filled the house with such a superb aroma, that I just had to try one myself. I used all-natural peanut butter - I can imagine that cashew nut butter would be nice to use as well. They'd make a great lunch-box addition for school-aged children, for those parents looking for different ideas. Thanks for this recipe, Tish - it's a keeper!

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VegeMight August 16, 2006
Peanut Butter Corn Muffins