In this versatile recipe, you may substitute whole-wheat flour for the whole-wheat pastry flour. For a more fiber-rich muffin, use all whole-wheat flour.

Stacy Fraser
Source: EatingWell Magazine, October/November 2005


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  • Whisk whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda and salt.



Make Ahead Tip: Stores nicely in a freezer bag in the freezer for up to 6 months.

Ingredient Note: Whole-wheat pastry flour, lower in protein than regular whole-wheat flour, has less gluten-forming potential, making it a better choice for tender baked goods. You can find it in the natural-foods section of large supermarkets and natural-foods stores. Store in the freezer.

Nutrition Facts

1125 calories; protein 31g 62% DV; carbohydrates 231.4g 75% DV; dietary fiber 22.8g 91% DV; sugars 0.4g; fat 4.3g 7% DV; saturated fat 0.2g 1% DV; cholesterolmg; vitamin a iu 10.2IU; vitamin c 0.1mg; folate 363.9mcg 91% DV; calcium 450.6mg 45% DV; iron 6.8mg 38% DV; magnesium 30.9mg 11% DV; potassium 146.5mg 4% DV; sodium 1944.8mg 78% DV; thiamin 1mg 98% DV.

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Great Starting Point This is very tasty. It's not something whole wheat that tastes like white flour but it has such a nice flavor. This is really great to have on hand. I make a bunch of it ahead of time so all I have to do is portion out the wet ingredients. There are several variations on this site and pretty much any combo you like would work. Read More