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September 21, 2020

RECIPE: Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

This is a beautifully delicious, moist, and chocolatey muffin that is great for school lunches, breakfasts, and snacks. I find it almost irresistible to substitute and add healthier options to add a few more nutrients to the diet, but I have no idea if this actually helps the eater. If I have some cooked lentils on hand (which I may have cooked into a peas pudding consistency, and then frozen and refrigerated so I can add them to soups, stews, and batters), I can add up to 1/2 cup without anyone noticing. This adds fiber and iron, and may be helpful is someone is a bit anemic.

Of course, the hemp hearts can be replaced with oats, oat bran, or wheat bran. You’re looking for something dry with some hearty nutrients like fiber and oils. If you want to add some oil, perhaps 1/4 cup could be added to the wet ingredients.

Make these muffins like any other: combine the dry ingredients in the mixing bowl, blend the wet ingredients in a vita ...

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