DISCLAIMER AND NOTICE TO YOUR NASAL HEALTH: Do NOT give these to your one-year-old. There will be gastrointestinal distress and you WILL be sorry.
I’m sure Mr. V would be somewhat alarmed to find out I’ve been experimenting more with “whole foods” options in his absence from our home. I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, which I personally believe is so prevalent because of the hormones that are found in our foods. Because I’ve started thinking about when we might start trying to have Baby #2, and because I don’t want Libbie to have to deal with this struggle, I am trying to stick to healthful foods for her.
I’m definitely not a purist, but I try to keep things in moderation, especially for her. And maybe some day I’ll be able to wrench the diet drinks out of my hand and stick to water and herbal tea…
Anyway, these muffins are moist, delicious, and a WONDERFUL source of fiber. Because of all the fiber, they are quite filling and make a satisfying breakfast for me. You do need to freeze them after three days if you haven’t eaten them all or they will mold. Not that I figured that out by experience. No siree Bob.