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Chocolate Bran Muffins (Dairy- and Soy-Free)

Chocolate Bran Muffins (Dairy- and Soy-Free) created by DbKnadler

I keep trying to make bran muffins more interesting... Obviously, you could use dairy and/or soy products instead. The almonds are there because I like a little texture and protein. You could just use another 1/4 c of flour or bran. The original bran muffin recipe called for 1/4 of honey or molasses, but I like to cut down on sugar so I use the applesauce instead. Enjoy Life brand makes dairy- and soy-free chocolate chips if you don't like carob.

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F and grease muffin tin.
  • Combine all ingredients, adding the chips after everything else is well mixed.
  • Distribute in muffin tin.
  • Cook for 20 to 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the middle of muffin comes out clean.
  • Allow to cool for about 10 minutes before serving. They freeze or refrigerate well, too.
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"I keep trying to make bran muffins more interesting... Obviously, you could use dairy and/or soy products instead. The almonds are there because I like a little texture and protein. You could just use another 1/4 c of flour or bran. The original bran muffin recipe called for 1/4 of honey or molasses, but I like to cut down on sugar so I use the applesauce instead. Enjoy Life brand makes dairy- and soy-free chocolate chips if you don't like carob."
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  1. DbKnadler
    Chocolate Bran Muffins (Dairy- and Soy-Free) Created by DbKnadler
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  2. DbKnadler
    I have no aversion to dairy so I did use regular milk and chocolate chips. I did not have the almonds either so I subbed 1/4 cup wheat germ for them. Overall this is a delicious muffin that also has health benefits! I will definately make again for my family. Thanks!
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  3. cathianne
    I keep trying to make bran muffins more interesting... Obviously, you could use dairy and/or soy products instead. The almonds are there because I like a little texture and protein. You could just use another 1/4 c of flour or bran. The original bran muffin recipe called for 1/4 of honey or molasses, but I like to cut down on sugar so I use the applesauce instead. Enjoy Life brand makes dairy- and soy-free chocolate chips if you don't like carob.
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