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|Calories240Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Sarah 7 months ago
I subbed oat flour for almond flour and left out the vanilla extract since I used vanilla almond milk + vanilla protein powder added in! SO GOOD!
Cindy Berggren 8 months ago
Good. Maybe add walnuts for more flavor. Will make again.
Heffalump Hunter 9 months ago
Good recipe! Should have baked longer than 18 minutes though, some of the muffin stuck to the wrapper.
savannah cook 10 months ago
Turned out yummy. A hearty muffin that you don’t have to feel guilty about. I also used less honey in mine and still tasted great
Lizette Lopez a year ago
They came out great 😊
Johnson a year ago
Tasted great! Very moist and flavorful. I used 3tbs melted butter because I did not have oil on hand
Emoji Emotions a year ago
Too healthy, just blah
Ali a year ago
The muffins turned out moist and fluffy. I added chocolate chunks and chopped walnuts. Without them, I think the muffins may have turned out a bit bland to my taste. Still, I would make these again for the high nutritional value with relatively low fat.
marie a year ago
Good, I added less maple syrup bc 1/2 cup is a lot
Christian Conway a year ago
The muffins were very moist, even to the point where they don’t stay together when I unwrapped them. Having said that, however, the flavor was good.
Justyna N. a year ago
As for "healthy muffins" they were really yummy ;) Adding some wallnuts and dark chocolate chips was definitely a good choice.
Angela a year ago
Love this recipe!! Healthy and easy to make. I added semi-sweet chocolate chips and chopped pecans to my muffins. Turned out great!
Schmidt a year ago
will definitelt make again, easy and quick