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ABCD School Muffins


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Ingredients

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ABCD School Muffins

  • 1x large apple
  • 2x smal/med banana
  • 50g pitted dates
  • 30g Coconut desiccated
  • 220g SR flour (Wholemeal is fine as well)
  • 100g Veg/Grapeseed oil
  • 190g milk/coconut milk
  • 110g raw sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 6
    17min
    Preparation 5min
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Recipe's preparation

    Pre Heat oven to 180'. light spray mini muffin trays
  1. 1. Core apple and cut into quaters add to bowl & pitted dates. Turbo 2sec x 2. scrape bowl inbetween.

    2. Add banana mix 5sec / sp 5.

    3. Add oil, milk & egg 10sec/Counter-clockwise operationsp5.

    4. Add SR flour, Coconut & sugar; 5sec / Counter-clockwise operationsp4. scrape the bowl and repeat 2sec/Counter-clockwise operationsp4.

    5.Spoon a table spoon of mix into each mini muffin hole.

    6. you can lightly sprinkle some raw sugar on top if you want.

    Bake 10-12 mins. Allow to cool for 2 minutes in tray then remove onto cooling rack - so they dont sweat

     

    Recipe sourced from bakeplaysmile. tweaked with full weights, coconut milk and wholemeal flour option.

    ** Sugar can be less or alternatives like coconut sugar or rapadura. Dates give little caramel bursts of sweetness naturally.

     

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  • These are delicious! Reduced the sugar to 90g,...

    Submitted by Bon000000 on 13. February 2022 - 18:08.

    These are delicious! Reduced the sugar to 90g, they were still plenty sweet so will reduce sugar more next time.

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  • jemellis:I like the idea of an added carrot and...

    Submitted by Tenaya on 12. February 2022 - 12:27.

    jemellis:I like the idea of an added carrot and zero sugar - I wonder why mine are a bit doughy and I used Wholemeal flour

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  • For healthy little muffins these are great! I...

    Submitted by jemellis on 17. June 2020 - 12:10.

    For healthy little muffins these are great! I doubled the dates and didn't add sugar at all. And added a carrot with the apple. Lovely and a tick of approval from the kids!

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  • Added a carrot for extra goodness. Delicious.

    Submitted by Kylz182 on 7. October 2019 - 13:50.

    Cooking 7 Added a carrot for extra goodness. Delicious.

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  • Great after school snack. Used one banana, one...

    Submitted by sallydz on 2. February 2019 - 08:50.

    Great after school snack. Used one banana, one green apple, one pear as that’s what I had. Reduced sugar to 70g then spinkled cinnamon sugar once baked.

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  • ABCD health muffins: what a delicious recipe! ...

    Submitted by ronellem on 12. December 2017 - 16:22.

    ABCD health muffins: what a delicious recipe!
    Made 48 mini muffins.
    I mixed everything together except for the flour, until it was fine. Then added flour.
    Used wholewheat self-raising flour.
    Some changes to your reccipe:

    I left out sugar completely but added a squirt of honey.
    I used olive oil and did not usen any extra moisture like milk.
    Almonds- I added a small handful as ours were eaten at home.
    Baked 160 C fan forced for 15 min

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  • I doubled the dates and didn't add any sugar, they...

    Submitted by Bec_j on 3. August 2017 - 10:31.

    I doubled the dates and didn't add any sugar, they were delicious!

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  • All I can say is YUM

    Submitted by waz.ness on 5. June 2017 - 18:15.

    All I can say is YUM!!!!!

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  • Yummy ...

    Submitted by stinimende on 1. June 2017 - 13:06.

    Yummy.
    Reduced the sugar by half, used home made yogurt instead of milk, and used a 1/3 measuring cup to scoop into each muffin paper.
    Thank you.

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  • These are delicious! My kids love them

    Submitted by RhiRhi82 on 9. March 2017 - 15:15.

    These are delicious! My kids love them tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • ABCD School Muffins - Very

    Submitted by Leaps on 19. September 2016 - 17:48.

    ABCD School Muffins - Very tasty, moist little muffins which freeze well. I used 1 large banana, grapeseed oil, milk and 70g of raw sugar. I really like that they are cooked directly in the muffin tin rather than using patty cases, I used butter to grease the tin and they came out perfectly. Next time I make these I'll sprinkle some raw sugar and cinnamon on top. Thanks for sharing!

    Update: I have just made another batch exactly as above but sprinkled with raw sugar and cinnamon before baking, winner! Five stars!

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  • Super easy & quick, kids love

    Submitted by ENJOMum on 29. August 2016 - 12:18.

    Super easy & quick, kids love them, they freeze well, I only added 30g sugar.

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  • These are delicious - I used

    Submitted by Sandshaws on 5. July 2016 - 16:07.

    These are delicious - I used dried apple as I didn't have any fresh apples left and I added a few cranberries. I only used 70g of sugar and they were sweet enough. I used milk and I substituted coconut oil for the veg/grapeseed oil.

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  • Delicious.   This is a

    Submitted by Vanessa6 on 1. June 2016 - 14:12.

    Delicious.

     

    This is a favourite muffin in our house. I used 2 small Fuji apples, shredded coconut and 50g raw sugar.

     

    They are easy to make, moist, sweet and very tasty. Thank you for the tweaks.

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  • you know a ricipe is good

    Submitted by emmabmorrison on 1. June 2016 - 11:58.

    you know a ricipe is good when your partner send his mum the recipe to make in her thermo!

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  • Added 1.5 apples as mine were

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 5. May 2016 - 16:23.

    Added 1.5 apples as mine were small and resuced sugar (used brown) to 70g. Mixture tasted yum and I'm waiting for them to bake now 170 fan forced in regular muffin pan. I am confident they will be delicious! Baking for 14 minutes. Thanks for a great recipe.

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  • Yum. Great freezing too.

    Submitted by Hendo on 28. April 2016 - 09:41.

    Yum. Great freezing too. Going to make more today tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • great recipe thanks. I added

    Submitted by thermofan12 on 20. April 2016 - 20:15.

    great recipe thanks. I added 80g suguar and they were delicious! 

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  • I cooked these for my grand

    Submitted by Ozzy14 on 19. April 2016 - 13:31.

    I cooked these for my grand children's lunch boxes. These are the best muffins I've ever made. I wasn't sure about the dates as I've never cooked with them. I used 100gr sugar but agree it could be cut to 80grms.  So moist. I made them in a normal sized muffin tin as I didn't have a mini. Cooked them for 22 minutes. Beautiful. If my daughter doesn't pick them up soon there may be none left! 

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  • Is a great recipe qick and

    Submitted by tandy on 18. April 2016 - 00:22.

    Is a great recipe qick and easy to make  family love it for a quick snack

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  • Thank you. Yummy, moist,

    Submitted by Nadave83 on 16. April 2016 - 12:33.

    Thank you. Yummy, moist, filled with goodness, family love them. Winner!

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  • Perfectly moist, and stays

    Submitted by jaileag on 25. March 2016 - 14:57.

    Perfectly moist, and stays that way for a few days. I swapped out veg oil for coconut oil and sugar for coconut sugar which I reduced by half to make it a little more GI friendly. I also added 2tbs of chia seeds. The banana and dates still kept it sweet and moist.

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  • I used Spelt Wholemeal flour

    Submitted by sal_s on 6. March 2016 - 15:23.

    I used Spelt Wholemeal flour and then added 3 tsp of Baking powder. I also used coconut oil instead of veg/grapeseed oil. Then I baked them in a large muffin tray (6 muffins) for about 35 mins. YUM tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Easy & yummy! Thanks for the

    Submitted by excell80 on 1. March 2016 - 21:17.

    Easy & yummy! Thanks for the recipe xx

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  • Absolutely delicious!! I

    Submitted by Shaz_B on 1. March 2016 - 17:16.

    Absolutely delicious!!

    I added cranberries to mine - about 60g and I reduced the sugar to 70g.

    So easy to make and they were a hit with the kids (and parents too!!)  Thanks for a simple, yummy recipe! Easy to adapt and add/remove ingredients too, which is a bonus!  I used wholemeal flour and they turned out beautifully!

     


    Cheers 


    Shaz

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  • Loved these! Cooked them for

    Submitted by shellb78 on 29. February 2016 - 20:44.

    Loved these! Cooked them for the kids lunch boxes but I'm struggling not to eat the whole lot myself! i reduced sugar to 80g (will reduce even more next time as they are sweet) I also used half coconut oil and half grape seed.

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  • I'm keen to use GF flour too,

    Submitted by emtea88 on 25. February 2016 - 21:14.

    I'm keen to use GF flour too, but new to using it. Assuming you used plain GF flour with the baking powder as opposed to self raising? TIA tmrc_emoticons.)

    [edit: sorry I was trying to reply to another comment on this page]

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  • How much rapadura do you

    Submitted by emtea88 on 25. February 2016 - 21:12.

    How much rapadura do you think would be sufficient please? I'm really bad at modifying recipes! 

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  • Hello everyone, I have made

    Submitted by Julie73 on 23. February 2016 - 17:07.

    Hello everyone, I have made these a few times now and love them. Has anyone tried adding a carrot? Thinking it might make it a little more healthy. Would love to hear your feedback. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This recipe is so amazing...

    Submitted by Tegan-wells on 20. February 2016 - 05:46.

    This recipe is so amazing... I made mine gluten free and they still turned out absolutely incredible... They are so addictive that I could just eat the whole batch...*SELF CONTROL NECESSARY WHEN BAKING*

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  • Yum!  I have just made these

    Submitted by Lizzy_11 on 19. February 2016 - 11:05.

    Yum!  I have just made these for breakfast and they are delicious.  A hit with my 2 1/2 year old and think these will be a regular for breakfast and snacks.  I reduced the sugar a little and used rapudura and think it can be reduced even more as they are quite sweek.  Thanks for the recipe.  

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  • I've tried a few different

    Submitted by LMate on 18. February 2016 - 11:17.

    I've tried a few different recipes for lunchbox fillers, not a lot of success until these ones. My son (5) told me they were 'awesome' and he wants them in his lunchbox everyday. 

    They are tasty but next time I will try with a bit less sugar.

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  • Great second brekkie after

    Submitted by Kerryn Mitchell on 17. February 2016 - 09:23.

    Great second brekkie after before school sports! Just what I was looking for - thanks!

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  • OMG! these are my new go to

    Submitted by Clairedesat on 16. February 2016 - 18:38.

    OMG! these are my new go to lunchbox muffing - yummo!

    I used coconut oil instad of grapeseed, 90 g coconut sugar, 1/2 milk and half coconut cream and GF flour with 2tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp of baking soda. 

    Very moist, and yummy flavour. Although a little too seet fo rme, I may use less sugar again next time. 

    Claire Desat

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  • Hi Chan, substituing flour

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 16. February 2016 - 12:15.

    Hi Chan, substituing flour for oats will change the consistency of the dough when cooked.

    Thermomix Head Office

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  • I made these yesterday, they

    Submitted by Chan on 15. February 2016 - 16:13.

    I made these yesterday, they didnt turn out as well as I thought they would.  The raw mixture was delicious.  Hubby and my son loved the cooked ones, I thought they were ok but my daugther didnt like them.  I substituted 80g of flour for 80g of oats and reduced the sugar to 50g.  I will make them again in case I was having a bad day but they just didnt seem cooked inside to me.

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  • Very yummy! Made these for my

    Submitted by Apiasente on 15. February 2016 - 13:41.

    Very yummy! Made these for my kids for after school today, can't wait to see what they think

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  • Yum, yum, yum! These are

    Submitted by CasDelicious on 14. February 2016 - 23:36.

    Yum, yum, yum! These are really good and so easy.

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  • I substituted 80g of flour

    Submitted by Miss.bek on 25. January 2016 - 20:06.

    I substituted 80g of flour for 80g of oats and sprinkled with coconut. Complete winner in out house!

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  • I used frozen bananas cause

    Submitted by vanessabakes on 20. October 2015 - 01:53.

    I used frozen bananas cause its what i had, but unfortunately it feels like my muffins have undercooked. been in the oven for 25 min. will give these another go with fresh bananas

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  • Fantastic reduced sugar to

    Submitted by Home Harvesting on 19. October 2015 - 22:47.

    Fantastic reduced sugar to 50g and used olive oil. the kids loved them.

    Ing xx

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  • Great for kids lunches & they

    Submitted by samtac on 15. October 2015 - 17:07.

    Great for kids lunches & they love them! I used coconut sugar & turned out great! 

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  • These are fantastic! I used 1

    Submitted by Megsy13 on 30. August 2015 - 01:21.

    These are fantastic!

    I used 1 large banana (all I had!), and used 80gm Medjool dates. I reduced the sugar to 40gms, but to be honest, next time I might try them without sugar.  The mix made 21 standard-sized muffins, which needed to be cooked for approx 15 minutes at 160 fan-forced.  I sprinkled the tops with cinnamon and they were a huge hit with the family.

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  • Great recipe, thanks! I used

    Submitted by Maria I-M on 29. August 2015 - 18:04.

    Great recipe, thanks! I used 15 dates in total instead of sugar. also replaced 25g of oil for coconut oil and added a bit more coconut. yummy!! 

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  • A huge hit in our house.

    Submitted by melh050710 on 2. August 2015 - 20:25.

    A huge hit in our house. Yummy!

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  • I made this in a cake tin and

    Submitted by Becwii on 29. July 2015 - 21:47.

    I made this in a cake tin and sliced into portions for school..Of course I had to taste test! Beautiful,  so moist and tasty!  Got the kids and adults tick of approval..Will be a regular recipe and I to lowered the sugar.Thanks for sharing.

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  • Absolutely delicious! Thank

    Submitted by Vengefulseductress on 28. July 2015 - 18:52.

    Absolutely delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe.  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • These are too good! So light

    Submitted by talmcguff on 24. July 2015 - 14:23.

    These are too good! So light & fluffy. I used Medjool dates, increased them to 100g, and omitted the sugar. So yum, and gets the taste test approval from my 4yr old, and 1yr old.

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  • Kid approved! I did about 85g

    Submitted by GFThermi on 23. July 2015 - 18:01.

    Kid approved! I did about 85g sugar, still passed the test!

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