I made these quick muffins on tv and they are ideal for putting into your kids’ lunch boxes or to send in to share for a celebration. Use gluten free flour if they are meant to be for sharing. I usually omit the brown sugar when I make mine as I find the sweetness from the carrot and apple is enough but it depends … Read More Child-friendly quick muffins
‘the idea of using the oranges that are still abundant and ginger makes these muffins sound so healthy with all that Vitamin C and healing properties of ginger.
A very quick, all-in-one method, these muffins can be prepared and baked in 20 minutes from start to finish. I used a mix of grated fresh ginger, ginger powder and crystallized ginger which resulted in the most rounded ginger flavor laced with orange and drizzled with melted dark sugar-free chocolate and more crystallized ginger pieces. These are the best muffins for a cold January, the ginger will give you instant warmth’.
These chocolate muffins are so quick and easy to make and they are so soft and delicious that I think most people will not be able to resist a second one.
During Christmas week or a weekend in December they are ideal a any tie of the day and a good start to the weekend as a late breakfast too with a cup of coffee. Thick, dark and silky chocolate gives you an instant lift and you can also omit the icing and sprinkle oats, museli or your favourite seeds on top before baking.
Quick Coconut and Lemon Muffins [diabetic friendly, gluten free, lactose free, no added refined sugar
‘these muffins have a deep and intense coconut flavour from coconut oil, coconut paste, shredded coconut and coconut flour. They are gluten free and perfect for lunch boxes or a healthy snack to take to work and eat at your desk. The taste of these muffins improves the next day’ You will need: 50ml coconut oil 50g coconut paste 4 eggs 100g self raising … Read More Quick Coconut and Lemon Muffins [diabetic friendly, gluten free, lactose free, no added refined sugar
‘quick and easy chocolate muffins sweetened with dates. They contain no added fats and are moist and delicious’ You will need: 250g dates 200ml warm water 250g self raising flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 tablespoon vinegar 4 eggs a pinch of cinnamon a pinch of coffee powder a pinch of salt vanilla 4 tablespoons chocolate powder 3 tablespoons cocoa nibs [optional] Soak the … Read More Quick Chocolate Muffins with no refined sugar and no added fats
‘A recipe that could not be easier and never fails. The kale leaves were roasted with some olive oil, sea salt and sesame seeds and added to the muffin mix just before baking’ This recipe makes 12 regular size muffins or 6 giant muffins. You will need:400g self raising flour (you can also use gluten free flour) 100g teff flour 1/4 teaspoon baking powder … Read More Very easy sweet potato and kale muffins
‘Aqua faba is amazing as those of you who use it know. We made vegan zucchini muffins on tv this week and in this recipe I use aqua faba as an egg substitute. The muffins can be served with soups, instead of bread and great for work lunches, picnics or kids’ lunch boxes.’ You will need: 3 cups self raising flour 1 teaspoon bicarbonate … Read More Vegan Zucchini and Pecan Muffins with Aquafaba
Beautiful and healthy dried Dragon Fruit packed with goodness is now available locally and these super healthy muffins are a great addition to any lunch box or picnic. See my #recipeoftheday in Times of Malta Source: Pithaya and Chia Seed Muffins by Noberasco When you place your Noberasco order online , take advantage of my 20% discount offer by adding the code 20%Lea at checkout !
‘ These blueberry muffins are made with a mix of pumpkin and coconut flour and brushed with warm maple syrup. They are also lactose free. The pumpkin flour gives them an orangy colour and crumbly and light texture. Do not overmix, that is the secret, just fold in using a large metal spoon until barely mixed and definitely no electric mixers.’ You will need: … Read More Easy and healthier blueberry muffins