High Fiber Low Calorie Bran Muffins

"These are muffins from a health spa in California. There is NO added sugar. The sole purpose of these muffins is to increase your fiber intake without adding lots of calories to your diet. If you want a sweet/dessert snack, keep looking. These are very plain."
 
High Fiber Low Calorie Bran Muffins created by Dreamer in Ontario
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray muffin tins with Pam and set aside.
  • Mix all dry ingredients, including raisins, in a large bowl.
  • Blend egg whites, buttermilk, water, mashed banana and extracts in a medium bowl.
  • Add wet ingredients to dry and stir until thoroughly combined. Fill each muffin tin 1/2 full.
  • Bake 15 minutes. Let cool on a wire rack. Freeze leftovers and defrost as needed.
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  1. fatgeorgeranch
    I did a lot of tweaking: The following amounts are due to I doubled the recipe, substituted four whole eggs for the egg whites, 1/2 C tigernut flour, 1/2 C hazelnut flour, 1C almond flour, 1C cassava flour, for all the flour. 1 C barberries for raisins Added one tsp salt Added tsp cloves Old plain whole milk yogurt with a couple tbs almond milk for buttermilk All vanilla extract, last time did combo of vanilla and anise (I don’t love the flavor of banana, though I do use the 2 bananas in the recipe) This is a very tweakable recipe! I had COVID, then afterwards Parkinson’s diagnosis. These muffins really help encourage movement! Lol
     
  2. lrm_1948
    What are the calories, fiber, fat, count on these?
     
  3. Dreamer in Ontario
    High Fiber Low Calorie Bran Muffins Created by Dreamer in Ontario
  4. Dreamer in Ontario
    These muffins have quite a lot of flavour and are very good as long as you don't expect them to be sweet. The banana and raisins do give them a touch of sweetness, however. For those who desire more sweetness, honey would be a good addition. Made for PAC Fall '08
     
  5. shannonsereda
    This is a great receipe for getting some added fibre in your diet. I ate them as my mid -morning snack for a week and froze the rest and they were filling and delicious! I added cranberries, and fresh blueberries which helped to add some sweetness. I also added a touch of honey.
     
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