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Lemon Anise Poppy Muffins (Diabetic)

Lemon Anise Poppy Muffins (Diabetic) created by Redsie

This was adapted from a recipe posted on an old BBS cooking site. (remember those?) Can be made with real sugar and egg; increase baking time. Whole-wheat pastry flour is a finer "grind" than regular whole wheat flour. Can be found in bulk food sections or health food stores.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Coat a muffin tin with nonfat cooking spray.
  • In large bowl, combine dry ingredients through poppy seeds.
  • In a smaller bowl, mix remaining ingredients.
  • Make a well in dry ingredients, and pour in wet mixture; mix until dry ingredients are just moistened. Spoon batter into muffin cups equally. The dough will be stiff, you may have to level each muffin with moistened fingers.
  • Bake 15 to 25 minutes (remember when using Splenda, not to overbake, or muffins will be dry). Cool in pan for 5 minutes. Remove from pan to wire rack and cool at least 10 minutes.
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"This was adapted from a recipe posted on an old BBS cooking site. (remember those?) Can be made with real sugar and egg; increase baking time. Whole-wheat pastry flour is a finer "grind" than regular whole wheat flour. Can be found in bulk food sections or health food stores."
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  1. CoffeeB
    These are so moist and delcious!!! So citrusy!!! I absolutely love em. The anise and lemon compliment each other so well. The added fact that they're practically FF and LC is such an added bonus. I used reduced fat sour cream in place of the vanilla yogurt. (swore I had some on hand). Then added almost a t of vanilla as well. Also, one whole egg in place of the egg substitute. What a find I've come across!!!<br/>Made for Nuffin But Muffin in KK's forum.~
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  2. CoffeeB
    These are so moist and delcious!!! So citrusy!!! I absolutely love em. The anise and lemon compliment each other so well. The added fact that they're practically FF and LC is such an added bonus. I used reduced fat sour cream in place of the vanilla yogurt. (swore I had some on hand). Then added almost a t of vanilla as well. Also, one whole egg in place of the egg substitute. What a find I've come across!!!<br/>Made for Nuffin But Muffin in KK's forum.~
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  3. Annacia
    This is a forgiving recipe. I somehow over looked the orange juice ask for (or it didn't register). As I didn't have any I omitted the lemon extract and used 1/2 c lemon juice and 1/2 cup of water in place of the orange. Also, as Mikekey suggested I cracked two TBS of anise seeds and used them in place of the Poppy seed. Exquisite taste. I love them!
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  4. Annacia
    This is a forgiving recipe. I somehow over looked the orange juice ask for (or it didn't register). As I didn't have any I omitted the lemon extract and used 1/2 c lemon juice and 1/2 cup of water in place of the orange. Also, as Mikekey suggested I cracked two TBS of anise seeds and used them in place of the Poppy seed. Exquisite taste. I love them!
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  5. Redsie
    Lemon Anise Poppy Muffins (Diabetic) Created by Redsie
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