Not all muffin tops are bad. Here, easy recipes to enjoy the best kind there is — the one you can eat!
Shake things up with lemon zest and frozen raspberries. Perfect for an on-the-go meal or snack.
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The perfect use for your overripe bananas. Add chocolate chips to the recipe for a crowd-pleasing dish to bring to your weekend brunch with the girls.
Fix your sweet tooth without cracking open the candy jar. These muffins mix strawberries, oranges, and a hint of basil for the perfect picnic addition.
This recipe is full of surprises (in the middle!). A berry jam center and crunchy almonds on the top. It's a match made in muffin heaven.
Instead of being a buttery, rich calorie bomb, this lightened-up recipe is packed with veggies, fruit, and whole grains. Eat up and enjoy without having to unbutton the top button of your jeans.
Make over the standard blueberry muffin by adding coconut and macadamias for an extra crunch.
Get a double dose of apples by swapping out regular butter with apple butter in this recipe. The fruit spread is low in fat and sodium, and it's packed with vitamins.
Wheat germ helps tune up your metabolism and apricots add a tangy taste to this recipe.
Wake up to a sweet surprise with these pastries. They have four times the dietary fiber and use canola oil to substitute healthy monounsaturated fat for the saturated fat butter typically comes with.
A crumbly streusel topping on these seasonal sweets makes it extra easy to remember to eat breakfast on your busy mornings.
Toasted oats and orange zest complement each other well in this fruity morning meal.
Stir in your own favorite ingredients in addition to walnuts, apples, cherries, and carrots that will keep you satisfied and help you slim down in the process.