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These are fan-freaking-tastic! I am blown away by how moist and delicious they are. I shredded the apple instead of dicing it which I think made the muffins even more moist. Used egg beaters & skim milk, and a batch made 18 generous-sized muffins, making each one just 2 WW points. A definite keeper!
Great recipe! Make no mistake these are healthy muffins, but they are very tasty, moist healthy muffins. You would never know these are low fat. I shredded the apple to spread the moisture and taste throughout the muffin. They turned out great. My kids (1 and 3 years) eat them every night as a bedtime snack and they really look forward to it.
These are EXCELLENT! I served these to several medics at my clinic that usually do not like anything termed 'healthy.' They were very surprised to hear how healthy these were because they loved these. Very moist. I have made these with craisins instead of raisins before.
Forgot to five star it! Definitely worth 5 stars!
These were great, so surprised at how moist they were. I added 2 T chia seeds and 1/2 Cup nuts . I will make these often ...really tasty.Thanks
great recipe! they freeze really well too!
I love this recipe. It has been my go to breakfast muffin recipe for some time now. So nice to be able to make muffins that you feel good about eating. One small change I made is that I double the amount of shredded apples and carrots and cook them and blend them into an apple carrot sauce. It adds a bit of time to the prep time but the muffins are super moist and almost seem like they are not quite as healthy as they really are :). I also like to throw in a handful of nuts and I always replace the eggs for a tblsp of yogurt for each egg. Yummy! thank you!
I just made this muffins yesterday and I certainly love it! I will surely do this one again.
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Very solid recipe! Did not have flax seed, but not to worry 1/2 regular flour & 1/4 cup of wheat germ worked well! Will come back to this often!