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Berry, yogurt and oat muffins


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Ingredients

30 portion(s)

Muffins

  • 225 g Wholemeal Self Raising Flour
  • 30 g rolled oats
  • 3 eggs
  • 170 g brown sugar
  • 200 g Yogurt, I use light greek yogurt
  • 65 g oil, eg canola or maccadamia
  • 120 g Frozen Berries, raspberries, blueberries or a mix
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Recipe's preparation

    Mini Muffins
  1. preheat oven to 200 deg or 180 deg FF.

    grease muffin holes (6-8 large or 30 mini)

  2. place flour and oats into TM bowl 

    mix 5 sec / speed 2

  3. add eggs, yogurt, sugar and oil

    stir REVERSE / 10 sec / speed 4

  4. add berries

    stir gently REVERSE / 5-10 sec / sp 3

    until just combined

  5. spoon into muffin holes

    bake 25-30 min for large muffins

    bake 15-20 minutes for mini muffins

    until just browned and cooked through.

    cool 5 min in tin before turning out.

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Tip

These freeze really well and are perfect for lunchboxes.

 


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  • Didn’t have my muffin tray so baked mixture in a...

    Submitted by Skangy on 14. October 2017 - 19:50.

    Didn’t have my muffin tray so baked mixture in a loaf tin for 50 minutes. Turned out great! Added extra blueberries as had lots of fresh ones I needed to use. Used coconut oil and only 80 grams of sugar. My family and I almost polished off the entire loaf in one sitting- so yummy!!!

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  • Yummy.. halved sugar.. added extra berries.. also...

    Submitted by lozza2121 on 19. September 2017 - 17:48.

    Yummy.. halved sugar.. added extra berries.. also added splack of vanilla essence.. kids love them tmrc_emoticons.)

    Many thanks  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • These were delicious and so easy Reduced brown...

    Submitted by milfos02 on 12. June 2017 - 17:43.

    These were delicious and so easy! Reduced brown sugar to 100gms, added a diced pink lady with the raspberries and sprinkled some oats on top before baking. Will definitely make again.

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  • Easy Yummy...

    Submitted by jadeyc82 on 5. June 2017 - 17:41.

    Easy & Yummy!
    First time making these muffins, used Rapadura sugar and dropped it down to 100g, used 200g of frozen blueberries as per comments. Used coconut oil. I didnt have yoghurt so used ricotta instead. Easy to make, moist and freeze really well! Thank you!

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  • very yummy, made these this morning and going on...

    Submitted by mellie86 on 13. January 2017 - 14:52.

    very yummy, made these this morning and going on previous comments, I added in 200g mixed berries, and halved the sugar amount too. very moist and perfect for kids lunch boxes.

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  • yum!! awesome flavours

    Submitted by HieFamily on 2. January 2017 - 10:17.

    yum!! awesome flavours

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  • These are a regular.  I didnt

    Submitted by zoelids on 29. September 2016 - 14:52.

    These are a regular.  I didnt have any wholemeal SR flour last time so I actually just used200g white and topped up to 225g with my last bit of oat bran.  I always reduce our sugar to 110g & they are always sweet enough for us.  I also top up my berries to 200g cause... well...you know...  berries! tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • So quick and easy! I used

    Submitted by Louiseeclay on 23. September 2016 - 14:37.

    So quick and easy! I used coconut oil, half raspberries and half blueberry and reduced the sugar to 100g. 

    Delicious! 

    Will definately be making again

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  • Excellent recipe. I replaced

    Submitted by mmk on 25. March 2016 - 20:08.

    Excellent recipe. I replaced 2tbsp flour with flax meal for a bit more fibre because had to use white flour. Also used hazelnut oil and reduced sugar to balance sweetness of oil. Used mix of blueberries and raspberries.

    Froze these and as went with mini muffins they thaw out quickly And taste nearly as good as fresh out of oven!

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  • Easy to make Tastes

    Submitted by SashaMac on 28. February 2016 - 14:32.

    Easy to make

    Tastes delicious. We used coconut oil and it gave them a lovely flavour. 

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  • delicious, thank you so much,

    Submitted by RebeccavW on 3. February 2016 - 13:34.

    delicious, thank you so much, hard to stop eating them!!

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  • beautiful moist and delicious

    Submitted by Rainbow72 on 21. January 2016 - 12:40.

    beautiful moist and delicious

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  • I used 1/2 fresh blueberries

    Submitted by Bel-1981 on 31. December 2015 - 13:39.

    I used 1/2 fresh blueberries & half frozen just to use up ingredients. Also ran out of wholemeal flour so used some ordinary. Yum! Very easy too.

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  • Easy recipe. Light and tasty.

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 8. November 2015 - 18:07.

    Easy recipe. Light and tasty. I used coconut oil, 130g of sugar and fresh strawberries. Will be a regular, thank you! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Easy and speedy healthy

    Submitted by Pelayia on 18. July 2015 - 19:47.

    Easy and speedy healthy treats. Also, took the advice from others and cut down the sugar. Yummmm Love Thanks for sharing.

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  • Easy & delish:) used melted

    Submitted by Mypatrol on 17. July 2015 - 13:40.

    Easy & delishtmrc_emoticons.)

    used melted butter instead of oil & cut sugar back. Will def make againtmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Delicious.  I substituted

    Submitted by AmandaDe on 2. June 2015 - 19:31.

    Delicious.  I substituted with coconut oil, coconut sugar, organic vanilla yoghurt and whole meal spelt flour with a few teaspoons of baking powder.  I will definitely be making these again for my kids lunch boxes.

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  • Have made these twice now

    Submitted by JeffnJulie on 18. April 2015 - 15:21.

    Have made these twice now using dried fruit rather than frozen berries and they are easy to make, taste good and store well.  I reduced the sugar to 80 grams and added 1 teaspoon vanilla extract.  Thank you.

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  • Hi, if using plain spelt

    Submitted by sarahrowe on 24. February 2015 - 09:19.

    Hi, if using plain spelt flour should i add baking powder? And if so how much? 

    thankyou tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • These are delicious! After

    Submitted by meganzig on 14. February 2015 - 12:47.

    These are delicious! After reading previous comments I also used coconut oil, added a teaspoon of vanilla essence and reduced the sugar to 80gm. Definately a winner!

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  • Love these so easy & yummy!

    Submitted by Kleggo on 16. October 2014 - 16:16.

    Love these so easy & yummy!

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  • Made these for breakfast

    Submitted by irashia on 15. September 2014 - 13:57.

    Made these for breakfast today. I used 100g brown sugar instead and coconut oil as suggested by someone else. I didn't have self raising wholemeal flour so I added 2tsp baking powder to every cup (125g) of wholemeal flour and gave it a swirl to mix it up. I did this before I started step 1. Everyone enjoyed this. Will add grated carrots next time. Very filling as well with the oats in it. 

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  • Yumm! really easy recipe,

    Submitted by mellietopaz on 3. September 2014 - 14:27.

    Yumm!

    really easy recipe, only had strawberry yoghurt (Ski D'light), reduced the eggs to 2, reduced sugar (80g rapadura) and used coconut oil. Light and fluffy and almost a third of them got eaten before they even hit the cooling rack!

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  • Yummy! turned out perfectly

    Submitted by Persistenttiger on 22. July 2014 - 21:51.

    Yummy! turned out perfectly

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  • These were yum!  Soft and

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 14. July 2014 - 13:50.

    These were yum!  Soft and spongey.  Used Coles frozen berry mix.  Added less sugar, only 100g grams.  Will be making again.

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  • Really nice muffins, kids

    Submitted by chuckles.da on 9. May 2014 - 16:52.

    Really nice muffins, kids loved them!

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  • Liked this one. You couldn't

    Submitted by browneyedgirl on 9. February 2014 - 20:34.

    Liked this one. You couldn't even tell there was yoghurt in it.

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  • So easy!    I reduced sugar

    Submitted by Teniele on 8. January 2014 - 09:34.

    So easy! 

     

    I reduced sugar to 120grams and next time will reduce to 100g. 

     

    Next time I will add more berries, I did mix of fresh strawberries and frozen raspberries. 

     

    Yum yum yum! Thanks for this recipe 

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  • A nice quick healthy muffin..

    Submitted by kgrey on 4. November 2013 - 23:41.

    A nice quick healthy muffin.. I also add vanilla and reduce sugar.. made them many times now and freeze them for either afternoon snacks or unexpe ted visitors (30 secs in mic from frozen).. yum!

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  • Yumm!! I made these with half

    Submitted by TerriAbey on 29. September 2013 - 12:22.

    Yumm!! I made these with half raspberry and half chopped up apples, sprinkled the top with oats and used only 100g sugar, made them when I got up for a delicious Sunday morning breakfast!! Thanks for the recipe share with definitely make again!! tmrc_emoticons.) xx

    Terri

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  • I make these regularly & they

    Submitted by Thermokate on 20. August 2013 - 16:53.

    I make these regularly & they are very easy to adapt. 

    You can substitute any flour or replace a little of the flour with seeds (milled or whole).

    if making with GF flour you can sub the oats for quinoa flakes.

    when mixing the flour & oats you may need to increase speed to 3-4.

    I often reduce the sugar to 100g & even less with rapadurra.

    add a couple teaspoons of natural vanilla extract for sweetness.

    coconut oil tastes great! 

    If your raspberries are very big mix them NOt on reverse - this will chop them a little & blend them through better.

     

    lots of great tips in the comments above too! Glad you enjoy tmrc_emoticons.) 

     

     

    To see the yummy things I like Thermomixing check out my Thermokate facebook page tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks, these were so great!

    Submitted by we are 5 on 4. August 2013 - 19:32.

    Thanks, these were so great! Will be a stable!

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  • These were brilliant! When I

    Submitted by tara_lou on 21. July 2013 - 17:18.

    These were brilliant! When I made them yesterday to share with some guests, Hubby said he thought our friends had bought them at the shop and brought them along - he didn't realise I had made them! Said they were so close to perfect, he thought they were from the bakery! tmrc_emoticons.;) Making another batch today with banana, walnuts and vanilla extract. I think these will become a weekly lunch box staple in our household! Thanks for the great recipe!

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  • Tweaked these a little - used

    Submitted by littlepinkstars on 3. July 2013 - 14:18.

    Tweaked these a little - used 2 eggs, added 1 mashed banana & a teaspoon of vanilla extract, also used only 70g sugar. They were a massive hit. Fluffy & moist at the same time, delicious. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • YUMMO!! Love these! and so

    Submitted by kwillo on 14. May 2013 - 14:48.

    Big Smile YUMMO!! Love these! and so quick to make!!

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  • The whole family loves these.

    Submitted by Jodie A on 10. May 2013 - 16:38.

    The whole family loves these.  I didn't have enough raspberries the first time I made them, so added some coconut, and they were very yummy!! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • These are yummy and so easy!

    Submitted by Baroness on 4. February 2013 - 16:03.

    These are yummy and so easy!

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