I really liked this recipe because it wasn't overly sweet. They were easy to make, too. I threw in a handful of raisins with the nuts. Will definitely make this recipe again!
Great taste and texture in a really easy muffin. The recipe was easy-to-follow and I made it exactly with the exception of the ginger and the addition of about a third of a cup of chocolate chips which I add to practically all muffins. Thanks for sharing.
Very nice recipe. Made these for my 4 yr old daughter and myself for mornings when we dont have time to wait for a toasted bagel. Used all organic ingredients but subbed a few things just to make them a bit healthier for her. Used white whole wheat flour, and subbed turbinado sugar for the granulated, and did add 2tsp of organic unsweetened cocoa as another reviewer had done on half the batch. They all came out very nicely; great texture...not so fluffy that they fell apart, but not too dense that they were heavy after eating. I liked the sweetness level; it was there, but not too much. A good breakfast muffin or anytime muffin actually. Recipe was easy to follow as well. Thanks for sharing.
Great! I quadrupled the recipe because of a zucchini glut :) So I used half whole wheat flour, a quarter white flour, and a quarter quick oats. I also reduced the sugar and added some grated apple. Made some with nuts and some without, because of the picky ones in the family!! These muffins look and smell lovely, and the kids LOVED them. I didn't mention the zucchini till after they had given two thumbs up...lol. Thanks!
This is an exceptional muffin with the addition of the spices and the almond. I followed the recipe exactly except I added 2 tsp. cocoa powder and 1 cup chocolate chips. I got 12 muffins and 8 mini muffins which rose high and were tender and moist. This will go in my "zaar favorites" cookbook. Thanks, Swan! KCShell