10 Reviews

I used a some whole wheat pastry flour instead of flour. I used toasted rolled oats instead of the quick oats. I also put a piece of banana in the center before cooking. Very good muffins

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Roguedragon April 21, 2011

I was really excited about this recipe, but it turned out being pretty bland. I added mini chocolate morsels to my second batch and it really improved the muffin. I wouldn't make this again without adding chocolate.

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laura_brehm February 05, 2008

My husband & I love peanut butter & oatmeal & this recipes was the best of both worlds. It was wonderful & will make again & again. Thank you for sharing!

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fedskycooking September 22, 2007

These were really good! I used whole wheat flour, oat flour & Splenda brown sugar blend. I also added 1/4 cup Splenda, natural peanut butter & 1/2 tsp cinn. I topped them with a cinn/Splenda before baking for 15 min. Came out moist & delicious. Loved the healthy ingredients, too. Thank you for sharing!

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LUVMY2BOYS January 06, 2007

I really liked these muffins. I was looking for oatmeal muffins, but saw peanutbutter was an ingrediant and could not resist. I will keep looking for an oatmeal muffin, but this is my peanut butter recipe. I used old fashioned oatmeal.

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Lula Lu November 09, 2006

These were quite nice, lovely and light, but I found they were lacking a little in peanut butter flavour (I'm a peanut butter fiend) I used a standard commercial peanut butter, so I may use natural next time as it has a stronger flavour. Maybe I'll try adding some chopped roasted peanuts next time as well. Because I used half whole-wheat flour, half white flour to up the halthy factor a little, I used a tad more baking powder to lift the heavier flour. Nice starter recipe, thanks! :)

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Talicca May 24, 2006

These were good, but a bit on the dry side. We prefer moist muffins, though, so that could simply be personal preference. The recipe yielded 6 muffins for me. Thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ May 04, 2006

These are great and I will make them often. Yum. Yum. Thank you for posting.

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cyn_carter March 15, 2006

I made these in a hurry for a Scout meeting in case the snack mom didn't show. They looked a bit dry, but I ate one on the way to the meeting and it was delicious! I was glad the snacks showed up - I was able to take these home and so we could eat them all ourselves! Thanks.

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eBeth January 08, 2006

I was desperate this morning for something quick and half way healthy. When I found this recipe I felt like it was sweet enough for the kids but not to junky for breakfast! These muffins went together quickly and were crinkly and beautiful when they came out of the oven. Texture was smoothe with a tiny bit of chewy. Thank you so much for this recipe! The girls put honey and butter on them, I personally like jelly.

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KCShell October 08, 2004
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Muffins for Kids (Or Adults)