I just made these but I added 3 mashed frozen-thawed bananas and reduced oil to a scant 1/2 cup. I used fresh cranberries, blueberries and blackberries I needed to get rid of. I also added a teaspoon of vanilla extract. They are light and fluffy and have nice crispy edges! 5 stars!
stay home mother
These are very easy to make and they taste wonderful...you can't just eat one 😊
Probably my fault it wasn't good
I substituted vanilla almond milk for regular milk and unsweetened applesauce for the oil. It didn't taste good and most of the muffin stuck to the liner. I am glad I doubled the fruit; next batch I will use oil and regular milk and see how that goes
My Whey Cranberry Blueberry Muffins
I substituted the oil with coconut oil & used about 1/2-1 tblsp less sugar, & I had no milk so I used leftover 2 oz of plain chobani yogurt mixed with leftover whey to equal 1 cup & threw in some sweetened shredded coconut I had laying around for texture. Recipe made 8 medium size muffins. They were light and moist. I will try using just a little less coconut oil next time. Came out great! Thanks!
Tweaked it and Made it My Own
I made this for the elderly folks where I work. They loved it :-)
I doubled the recipe. Here's what I added:
3/4 cup sugar (more than originally suggested)
2T vanilla extract
3T lemon ex.
1 cup semi sweet chocolate chips
1/2 cup chopped pecans
Yielded 30 muffins :)