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  • Lama Billeh

    Toddler Muffins - These lightly sweet muffins are made with bananas, squash, and carrots, and are perfect for healthy school snacks

  • Jen Scopel

    Toddler Muffins - These lightly sweet muffins are made with bananas, squash, and carrots, and are perfect for picky eaters. (I might make these with canned pumpkin instead of the jar of baby food squash).

  • Melissa Holt

    Toddler Muffins - These lightly sweet muffins are made with bananas, squash, and carrots, and are perfect for picky eaters. It'd be a good breakfast muffin for K too.

  • Elizabeth Bolz

    Healthy Muffins - These lightly sweet muffins are made with bananas, squash, and carrots, and are perfect for healthy school snacks

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