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    Default Healthy muffin recipes

    I'm looking for breakfast/lunch muffins for DS as he is rejecting everything he normally has atm. Made him banana and chia muffins today and he thought he was having cake and scoffed 2. So lay them on me.

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    http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...oaf-L6469.html


    I make these and leave the sugar out. I usually add chia, grated carrot/zucchini. Probably not the healthiest but not the worst either. I also cook them in mini muffin pans, rather than a loaf pan.

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    Scroll down to Healthy Quinoa breakfast Muffins. Really health and full of protein !
    http://www.losebabyweight.com.au/rec...eakfast-ideas/

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    I made these blueberry and banana muffins for my daughter yesterday but subbed the veg oil with coconut oil, had no eggs so used apple purée (but have made them with egg before as well) and added a tablespoon of chia seeds. She loves them!

    http://allrecipes.com.au/m/recipe/96...l-muffins.aspx

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    Very excited to have a couple of extra things to make for my DD's lunch box.

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    Subbing. Will definitely be trying some of these for my sons lunch box.

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    I like the sound of these http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...ins-L3775.html

    Going to swap the choc chips for sultanas and add chia

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