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Double Berry Muffins

Discussion in 'Recipe Exchange' started by thebestnest5, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. thebestnest5

    thebestnest5 Approved members

    Aug 16, 2006
    Double-Berry Muffins

    12 Muffins
    1/4 C. packed brown sugar
    1/2 t. cinnamon
    1 C. milk
    1/4 C. unsweetened applesauce
    2 T. vegetable oil
    1/2 t. vanilla
    1 egg
    2 C. all purpose flour
    3 t. baking powder
    1/2 t. salt
    1/2 c. fresh or frozen (thawed and drained) raspberries
    1/2 c. fresh or frozen (thawed and drained) blueberries

    Oven 400 degrees F

    Mix brown sugar and cinnamon and set aside.

    Beat milk, applesauce, oil, vanilla, and egg in a large bowl with fork or wire whisk. Stir in flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt all at once just until flour is moistened (batter will be lumpy). Fold in berries. Divide into 12 muffins cups (use papers if you choose or grease pan). Sprinkle the sugar mixture evenly over the tops of the muffins.

    Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately remove from pan to wire rack. Serve warm if desired.

    1 muffin about 155 calories,
    1 fiber and 3 fat (if skim milk is used)
    Protein 3g

    Carbs 30g per muffin
  2. Cashpotato

    Cashpotato New Member

    Oct 15, 2008
    Have you tried Miracle Muffins?

    Nice recipe but if you are looking for something with a bit less carbs, you might want to take a look at Miracle Muffins http://www.miraclemuffins.com. Each muffin has under 100 calories, 12 grams of carbs (7 from fiber), 3 grams fat and they are low sodium. You could add the fruit to the blueberry muffin mix.

    We've added pumpkin to the gingerbread muffin mix and we got pumpkin mufifns. We've also added baking chocolate chips (no sugar at all) to the banana and we ended up with amazing banana chocolate chip.

    What's in them you wonder? Wheat bran, oat bran, flax seeds, sunflower seeds, psyllium fiber, chicory fiber, wheat gluten, soy protein, baking powder, natural flavors and either Splenda or xylitol as a sweetener.

    And, if you're wondering what a Type1 might say about them, here is an older comment http://www.thediabetesblog.com/2007/02/07/miracle-muffins-sent-from-the-heavens/
  3. Connie(BC)Type 1

    Connie(BC)Type 1 Approved members

    Nov 11, 2005
    This looks so good and easy! And what I love is that it uses real sugar!

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