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Diary of a Bake-o-Phobe-Just Another Manic Muffin Monday

I admit it.  I am a former bake-o-phobe.  Everything I touched turned to goo.  Gummy breads, hard rock muffins...you  name it, I burned or charred it or set the fire alarm off.  Even the ducks at our local pond snubbed my baked goods.

When my son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, I needed to roll up my sleeves and find a way to get over my bake-o-phobia.   It's been four years and I am happy to say that I have overcome my fears and I bring to you two awesome muffin recipes that are nutritious, really tasty and so easy to make.  Quell your inner baking fears and try them.  You can find them on my blog

http://lifeisgoodlickthebowl.blogspot.com/2013/07/diary-of-bake-o-p...

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