Vegan Apple Cinnamon Muffins

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These vegan apple muffins are easy to make, super delicious, and filling, perfect for breakfast on a cool autumn morning. Half whole wheat flour amps up the nutrition while maintaining a good crumb, with just a touch of tasty cinnamon. They’re going to be your new favorite this fall. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Vegan Lemon Raspberry Muffins

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Do you love fresh summertime berries? Vegan raspberry lemon muffins are easy to make, healthy, and delicious. Served warm for breakfast in bed or brunch on the patio, with a smear of margarine and a cup of coffee, the sweet-tart flavor and tender crumb are home-baked perfection. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Vegan Double Chocolate Muffins

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This vegan double chocolate muffin is such a keeper. Like a rich cocoa cake and a brownie had a baby, you won’t believe these are made without any eggs or dairy. With a chewy crumb and heavenly melted chocolate, they’re best served right out of the oven for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Sue’s Savory Muffins

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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a healthy muffin for snacks or when time’s too tight for breakfast? Well, look no further because Sue’s Savory Muffins are not only delicious, they’re full of wholesome ingredients – and not a grain of added sugar! Read along now for the delicious recipe.

The Soggy Muffin Bottom Blues (And How To Fix Them!)

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Wet or undercooked muffin bottoms are such a letdown. You put the toothpick in and it came out batter-free, they smelled and looked delicious, and then… the bottom fell out. Literally! Why does this happen? Well, there’s a few reasons for overly-moist bottoms, from sunken berries to faulty tools – and we’ve all got the solutions. Read more now on Foodal to find easy fixes for all your soggy muffin bottom blues!