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These walnut and date muffins make a hearty breakfast that you can prepare in advance.

Source: Body+Soul, October 2006
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These muffins freeze well; defrost individually for a quick and easy breakfast.

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  • sherrimaec
    7 MAR, 2014
    Carol's sorghum blend is the best GF flour blend there is in my opinion. The best way to substitute GF flour for regular flour is by weight. Use the same weight of GF flour as the weight of the regular flour. I add about 1/2 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour and double the vanilla in the recipe. I'm going to try this right now.
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  • cerine
    31 DEC, 2010
    SylviaP, I did not try this recipe in particular with gluten free flour , but I always use a mixture of Buckwheat flour and Rice flour as a substitute. It takes few trials to adjust the amount of flour to be substituted for each recipe.
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  • SylviaP
    23 MAY, 2010
    Would anyone know how to make this Gluten free?
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  • MS112632897
    3 APR, 2010
    I did not have enough walnuts on hand so made up the difference with shredded coconut. It added some nice sweetness and texture.
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  • Serendipity10
    3 MAR, 2010
    I agree...:Nutritional content would be SO helpful". Is that something that you can provide links to?
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  • its4connie
    2 NOV, 2009
    Nutritional content would be SO helpful!
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  • MS10909802
    28 SEP, 2009
    Second one I have clicked on and NO RECIPE!
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  • Bridomom
    24 SEP, 2009
    The recipe is not showing for me, either. Only the Prep
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  • maidenmaui
    24 SEP, 2009
    So where is the recipe? Do the marthastewart.com people ever read these comments? PLEASE FIX!
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  • boncuisinier
    12 JUN, 2009
    Nutrition info found at: caloriecount.about.com's recipe analyzer. Nutrition Facts - Serving Size 83 g Amount Per Serving Calories 299 Calories from Fat 142 Total Fat 15.8g Saturated Fat 1.3g Cholesterol 36mg Sodium 223mg Total Carbohydrates 35.8g Dietary Fiber 2.5g Sugars 19.1g Protein 6.5g Vitamin A 1% n n n Vitamin C 1% Calcium 6% n n n Iron 11% Nutrition Grade B * Based on a 2000 calorie diet
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