Triple-Chocolate Muffins

  • jun0603 Posted: 12/16/13
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    These muffins were awful. I made them to give away to my neighbors... luckily I tasted before I gave them away. Not sweet enough and very, very dry. Will not make again.

  • Alhutchi Posted: 02/16/14
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    Yes, I agree with everyone else. These muffins are very dry and very dense. I do think the flavor is pretty good, if you can get over the dryness.

  • kwkollins Posted: 11/29/13
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    Made these tonight for my husband's birthday. I read the first review and probably would have stopped there if I hadn't already purchased all of the ingredients. I forged ahead, substituting canola oil for the butter in hopes that would make them more moist (reducing the sat fat doesn't hurt either). Anyway, they were really really dry, not that sweet, and definitely not worth the calories.

  • HollsMv Posted: 01/08/14
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    Yuck. Don't waste your time or ingredients

  • Chamaeleoncat Posted: 11/19/13
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    Muffins were really dry.

  • kvick1971 Posted: 06/27/14
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    So bad I didn't have the heart to give them away for fear someone would think I'm a terrible cook. Need wayyy more moisture and more chocolate chips. Pretty to look at though, with the powdered sugar on top.

  • DeputyDog Posted: 12/15/13
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    Really dry

  • randomgibberish Posted: 01/05/14
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    Wow. The first words out of my son's mouth were, "These are really dry. You're going to need a lot of milk." Both my sons ate their muffins. (They are teenage boys, after all.) But they both dunked their muffins in their milk to make them edible. I checked the recipe to see if I'd left something out. After reading the other reviews, at least I know it wasn't my fault.

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