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Old Sat, Nov-10-07, 19:42
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I make this many mornings as a way to sneak in flax, coconut oil, and protein into my carb loving son. Since I am on a candida restrict diet I made this using coconut milk, coconut flour, flax and other ok ingredients. Turned out nice.
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Old Mon, May-12-08, 17:41
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Oh my goodness! I just made this, it is INCREDIBLE! I can't believe something so good for me (I did the 2T of co) and so low in carbs could taste so sinful and indulgent! What a perfect treat to have for a lazy morning when I have time to linger over a cup of tea and one of these muffins! Thank you so much!
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Old Mon, Jun-23-08, 09:02
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You are right! This was surprisingly good and satisfying!
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Old Sun, Jun-29-08, 19:09
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I barely finished the post before I had to go make one of these and wow was it great! I had a piece of sausage with it. OMG! even my daughter loved it and I can't get her to eat anything healthy!
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Old Mon, Sep-08-08, 12:54
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I tried this recipe this morning with the Coconut Oil. WOW! It smelled, then tasted delicious! It was great with a slice of cheese. Could this be for real? It tastes too good to be not sinful. My microwave cooked in a minute thirty seconds. I think I'll have another one for lunch.
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Old Thu, Jan-08-09, 08:47
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I see that this is an old thread, but i wanted to give it a Bump!
I made this this morning after searching for something bland my belly would tolerate, and its wonderful!
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Old Fri, Jan-16-09, 08:07
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I too love this recipe!

Just made it "really" induction Friendly this morning by making it with out the Baking powder... it's more dense and doesn't rise.. but it's very yummy... esp. with a pat of butter on top!
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Old Mon, Jan-19-09, 11:39
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Thanks for bumping this one Samantha! Definitely going to give this one a try!!
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Old Mon, Jan-19-09, 15:46
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I love it too!
I made it last night, but omitted the vanilla and sweetener, and only used the 1/3oz of cream cheese in the batter itself.
I spread it out a little more in a bit of a rectangular container, and microwaved for 2 1/2 mins.
When it was done, i cut it into 4's and used it as burger buns!
They were flat and square, but perfect!
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Old Tue, Jan-27-09, 12:35
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This is the stuff that's going to keep me going...thank you so much for the recipe! Just tried it out and it was great!
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Old Mon, Jun-01-09, 02:58
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These are amazing and so simple! My eyes start to cross when there are to many ingredients

Thank you Thank you!
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Old Tue, Jun-02-09, 11:25
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If you multiply everything by four it uses a whole block of cream cheese and makes 12 medium muffins that I baked in the oven. I then had these delicious treats on hand for breakfast on busy work mornings. All the measurements come out very nice and even.
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Old Wed, Jul-15-09, 09:04
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If you multiply everything by four it uses a whole block of cream cheese



Isn't a block of Cream Cheese 8 oz? This recipe calls for only 1 oz of cream cheese so multiplying by four would equal 4oz? Sorry, I'm thinking of making these and I want to get the recipe right...especially since if I like it, I would likely make them ahead so getting my lc brekkie in before work is easier.

thanks for your help.

BTW, I have some stewed rhubarb (sweetened with splenda) I think would taste delish on this...can't wait to try it tonite.
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Old Sun, Aug-23-09, 20:40
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Isn't a block of Cream Cheese 8 oz? This recipe calls for only 1 oz of cream cheese so multiplying by four would equal 4oz? Sorry, I'm thinking of making these and I want to get the recipe right...especially since if I like it, I would likely make them ahead so getting my lc brekkie in before work is easier.

thanks for your help.

BTW, I have some stewed rhubarb (sweetened with splenda) I think would taste delish on this...can't wait to try it tonite.

Sorry about that! Yes, you are right. I was writing this without my brain turned on!! A half block it is. I make it for my breakfast on the go and it tastes sooo good baked. And so handy to have in the freezer!
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Old Fri, Sep-25-09, 07:57
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I would like to add another variation to the muffin-
unsweetened pumpkin puree-I used about 1.5-2 TB per coffee cup muffin. the texture becomes softer, but is so tasty. I also don't use the cream cheese, but I am sure it is equally or more tasty with it. The recipe seems very forgiving as far as measurments and what you add or take away-as long as you have the basics-flax, egg, baking powder.

also golden flax is much tastier than dark, IMO
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