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    • I really appreciate your interest in my recipe, Anais! I’ve actually answered this question on my Protein Powder FAQ Page, and there’s a link to that FAQ Page in the Notes section of the recipe (located directly underneath the Instructions!). I know it can be easy to miss! 😉

      I’d love to hear what you think of these muffins if you try making them!

  1. These are ABSOLUTELY gorgeous and sound so so delicious!! These photos are stunning as well!! Your brother is so super lucky to have you, Amy! Also… I had NO idea you had such an amazing variety of fruit trees at your house! What a dream! 😍😍😍5 stars

    • You’re the biggest sweetheart, Andrea!! That means SO much to me, especially coming from you! ♡ Next time you visit, we can walk around the yard, and you can pick as much fruit from the trees as you’d like! 😉 Can’t wait to finally see you again in person!!

        • Thanks for sharing, Allyson! I love Lakanto’s products. If you’d like to use their classic monk fruit sweetener (the one that’s a 1-for-1 substitute for granulated sugar!), then you’ll need ¼ cup + an additional ¼ cup of milk to replace the agave in this particular recipe. If you’d prefer to use SweetLeaf’s liquid stevia (as long as it’s the one in a glass bottle with an eyedropper — not the squeeze bottle!) for the agave instead, then you’ll need ¾ teaspoon + an additional ¼ cup of milk.

          I can’t wait to hear what you think of these muffins!

  2. Hi Amy,
    these muffins look fabulous, can I use granular monk fruit sweetener or liquid sweetener for this recipe? Much thanks in advance!!
    Allyson

    • I really appreciate your interest in my recipe, Allyson! What’s the exact sweetener (brand + product name!) that you’d like to use? Some monk fruit sweeteners behave differently in baking recipes, so it does depend on the exact one that you’d like to substitute. 🙂

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