Awesome .. I love banna muffins... do you think a blender will work just as good to get everything smooth.. cant afford a magic bullet.. lol..
It should FYI I got my MB on ebay for less than $40 it was some of the best money I've spent in a while..
Thanks Moirau...loved the muffins, but tried something new.
I was in a "Big Lots" yesterday and saw mini-bundt pans. Last night I made the banana muffins (I added 1 egg white). I filled the little pans up to the top of the hole. 2 "donuts" per serving. They were fabulous. The hole in them made them cook much better than the muffin tins.
PS I grind my oatmeal in a coffee grinder I had....works great..
Kaydee-I saw this same post on another thread and was going to comment but decided to do it here instead. I tried the recipe above (the only Medifast recipe I have tried so far) in a small muffin. It was horrible! (I'm sure my fault.) The outside was beautiful, the inside was barely cooked! I did choke them down-for 3 different meals. But how can I get the insides to cook better? Do you think the mini-bundt will help. I live very close to a big lots so can easily run out if it will..
Love the idea of grab a muffin and go but mine came out just nasty. Any help would be appreciated...
The mini bundt pans definately made the inside more done. I did add 1 egg white. I cooked them at least 30 minutes. Trying chocolate ones now...they are in the oven..
I concur that cooking for a long time, like the 30 minutes, plus following earlier posts I bake with mini-bundt pans and mini-bread pans; the bundt cooks up much better and the mini-bread pans are cool cuz you end up with a pop-tart size muffin that fits in toaster. I have recently purchased Walden Farms jams which are super on any muffin (that is cooked through!!). Keep trying - you'll get a recipe you like; that's what I have done. My first pancakes, muffins, etc. were barely edible!..
I havn't had to much trouble with them not being cooked in the middle I do use small muffin tins and only fill them 1/2 full. And I really think turning them over 1/2 way through cooking helps - there pretty flat though..