16 comments

  1. Katherine

    These look AMAZING!

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    October 5, 2012

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  2. simone
    simone

    hi there,
    these look amazing! definitely going to give them a try, but do you need the whey protein? or is there another substitute?
    thanks alot.

    October 5, 2012

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  3. Erin @ Texanerin Baking

    Oh these are pretty! They sound Thanksgivingy enough for me. :) And you can always get in a recipe in time for American Thanksgiving because there is no way you’ll not realize that one is coming. Me and all the other Americans will be bombarding you international guys with our Thanksgiving menu posts! Anyway, love the ingredients in these. They really are pretty. :)

    October 5, 2012

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  4. tender b.

    These look too devilishly good to be healthy…are you sure?

    October 7, 2012

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  5. Amy
    Amy

    This recipe looks amazing! Just wondering if you could suggest a gluten free substitute for the flour?

    October 21, 2012

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  6. Maria,
    Maria,

    Woah these look good! Is the spelt wholewheat? If not would you recommend using 100% who’le spelt or just use unbleached white flour?

    April 12, 2013

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  7. Sandra
    Sandra

    These are great muffins! Thanks for sharing, it satisfies my guilty pleasure of sweet, chocolatey goodness and my current wish to eat healthy. Who knew those two things could be combined?
    I didn’t have the protein powder but I substituted spelt flour, I also didn’t have carob so I used all cocoa powder and regular chocolate chips.
    I made a second batch to throw in the freezer for lunches. I’m off to try your date squares now.
    So glad I stumbled onto your blog, I’ll stop in regularly.

    August 8, 2013

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  8. keri
    keri

    He Thanks for the recipe, I hope that with this comment I give you some material to work on the recipe!
    I’v tried the recipe 2x now. I am not at all happy with the result yet unfortunately!
    Though I even added a bit of stevia, the muffins just didn’t have much taste, not even a chocolaty flavor. Only a bit of carob was noticeable. I think that for a muffin with zucchini you can better go to a savory muffin, and for a chocolate do something maybe with beetroot orzo. At least a veggie with taste and a muffin with less ingredients while not giving anything back of the ingredients!

    February 16, 2014

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