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One tablespoon of this pumpkin butter can dress up cottage cheese, plain yogurt.....and try this: spread low-fat whipped cream cheese on a slice of toasted light bread...top with 1 Tbsp of pumpkin butter....heavenly!Submitted by HUNNNYBEE
Can't do without my omelets. Keep supply of chopped vegetables ready. Cuts time tremendously.Submitted by GREENBERRY_2007
These yummy muffins are adapted from "Smart Muffins" by Jane Kinderlehrer; I substituted canola oil for the walnut oil in her recipe. which increased monounsaturated fat by 1 gram and reduced polyunsatured fat by 1 gram. The calories are the same as in her recipe: 126 calories per muffin. I also used paper muffin cups instead of greasing the cups; this probably reduced the fat grams by a negligible amount per muffin.
Note: If you're used to super-sweet muffins, her muffin recipes take a little getting used to. I have adapted my taste buds and now I can't stand sugar-laden muffins! To increase the maple-walnut flavors (thereby increasing the "perceived" sweetness), I would add about 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of maple extract/flavoring and put the walnut oil back into the recipe in place of the canola oil. Submitted by JEN.MOREY
These are heavenly! I borrowed the recipe from "Smart Muffins" by Jane Kinderlehrer but modified it a bit. There is no sugar and no white flour in these muffins. Submitted by JEN.MOREY