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    Is 15grams of Sugar too much in a homemade Muffin??
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    Bugzy2013 posted:
    Hello! please can somebody help me??
    I just recently made a batch of 6 muffins, and they are all homemade.
    I counted up the total amount of sugar and it came out to be 15g per muffin. Now, ALL THE SUGAR IS NATURAL: meaning it came from honey, bananas, and plain nonfat greek yogurt. NO ADDED SUGAR

    So, Should i be worried that this is too high in sugar?
    I noticed that all the sugar came from bananas, but bananas are healthy!
    I was eating muffin one per day.
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