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These muffins are dense, moist, flavorful and filling. Also, a great way to use up stale granola sitting in your pantry. Thanks for a great recipe, Calee.
Ooh . . . these are sinfully good. I didn't have any peanuts so I threw in some walnuts. I also had a little cherry pie filling left from another recipe so I rinsed off the cherries, chopped them up and threw them it for a pretty burst of color.
i did not add chocolate chips i used walnuts. Thanks Calee
These are delicious. The chocolate chips add a nice sweet touch without a lot of chocolate. I used home-made granola, Becel instead of butter, honey instead of molasses, half whole wheat flour and egg substitute instead of eggs. I did not add peanuts (my husband hates them) or add salt as I had used salted sunflower seeds. I will definitely make these again.
What an adorable photo! I've had my eye on this recipe for awhile and finally had all the ingred. I followed the recipe but used only 1/4 cup peanuts (but still added a slight peanut butter flavor). These were awesome muffins! I especially enjoyed the crunch of sunflower seeds and the nice crumb wheat germ gives. Thanks Calee, for another great recipe using mixed grains, Calee. Roxygirl
These were moist and tasty and they did make 18 muffins (filled to the top). I used homemade granola, margarine, reduced the molasses, powdered eggs sub. (out of eggs), w.w. pastry flour, dried cranberries, no sunflower seeds (had some in granola). Halved the salt and added some flax meal as I was short on flour by 1/4 C. Very nice. My DD ate 4 of them already!
These were wonderful! I loved the texture, moist with lots of crunchy and chewy bits. Great combination of flavors, not so sweet it tastes like cake but sweet enough to want to eat all of em'.:-)I think I'll try them next time with half whole wheat flour and dried cherries instead of raisins.