These muffins are crammed full of fruity goodness to give your little ones, or you, a tasty snack on the go. Dried fruit gives a natural sweetness, whilst minimal sugar is used and a small amount of sweetener, making these a healthier muffin for everyone.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 65g serving|
|Energy ||239 kcal |
|155 kcal |
of which saturates
|6.6 g |
|4.3 g |
of which sugars
|37.1 g |
|24.1 g |
|Fibre||2.7 g ||1.8 g |
|Protein||6.5 g ||4.2 g |
|Salt||0.9 g ||0.6 g |
A dried fruit that counts towards your 'five a day'. Also a good source of non-haem iron - an essential mineral for growth, repair, immune function and normal energy levels.
Provide a delicious tartness in these muffins to cut through the sweetness, and an additional fruity punch, also counting towards your '5 a day'.
There are lots of options on the market now, some of which are zero-calorie whilst others are very minimal. Using a sweetener helps to reduce the sugar and calorie content yet retain the sweetness.
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