I took aajay's suggestions and upped the milk to a full cup, cutting the flour to a cup and a half and instead of increasing the oil, I added another egg. I'm low on brown sugar right now so I used a mixture of half brown/half white. Because I used this recipe as a base and wanted to go in a slightly different direction, I omitted the chocolate chips. When I made this, I wanted to make Peanut Butter and Jelly muffins, so I just added a little of the muffin batter to the muffin tin, spooned in some homemade strawberry jam, then covered the jam with a little more muffin batter. 350 degrees for 20 minutes. My husband thought these tasted like peanut butter cookies with jelly in the middle. HUGE hit with the kids. I think this would be great with smushed banana or applesauce in place of part of the oil/egg, if you're looking to lighten it up a bit or add more fiber. This was a hit in my house, that's for sure.
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I took aajay's suggestions and upped the milk to a full cup, cutting the flour to a cup and a...