By CassiaDawn on April 25, 2005
"I wanted a fairly low calorie muffin for breakfast, so I threw this together. It works out to about 117 calories per muffin. You can use any jam for the filling, but if you're counting calories, remember to adjust the total! (the Kraft light double raspberry jam I used is 62 calories for the 6 tsp used)"
Serving Size: 1 (60 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"I though they were pretty good. The batter was so thick that it was hard to actually get the jam all covered and it came out the sides of all the muffins and made them pretty sticky and messy... but still good if you consider them a dessert:)"
"Great recipe! i made some small modifications to decrease calories. I used 1 cup all purpose & 1 cup of whole wheat flour, though. (makes the muffins a little less dense) I decreased the oil to 1/4 cup and subsituted 2 egg whites for the whole egg and eliminated the raspberry filling. I used my mini-muffin tin and baked at 350. I'll pass this recipe on to all my calorie conscious friends. Thanks!"
"These were really good. My 18 month old loved them as well as my picky husband. Great healthier muffin recipe! We stuck to recipe except for raspberry filling, we had a homemade strawberry rhubarb jam in the fridge so I used that and it was great!"
"This recipe is very tasty! Very good for breakfast or an afternoon snack. I altered it a little bit and here's what I did: Instead of all whole wheat flour, I used half white and half wheat (so my husband would eat them too!), I used sugar instead of Splenda (Splenda gives me headaches) and I used 2% milk instead of skim - They were awesome! I'll be making these again!"