THE BEST, HEALTHY MUFFIN RECIPE THAT’S PALEO AND GLUTEN FREE!
This is one of my all time favorite muffin recipes. No flour required but it’s packed with lots of healthy goodies. I make up the batter in my NutriBullet, pour it into my muffin tin, and bake. It’s so easy to do with very little mess.
I started seeing a nutritionist about a year ago and every week when I check in he gives me a weeks worth of recipes to make and this was one of them. The serving size is TWO muffins and it’s very filling. My favorite part is you can top it with most anything that’s sweet; of course my go to is dark chocolate chips. I’ve also used shredded coconut, dried cranberries, and nuts but by far chocolate is my favorite.
HEALTHY MUFFIN RECIPE
1 cup nut butter
2 medium bananas
2 large eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
2 T raw honey
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
Toppings: coconut flakes, raisins, flaxseed, nuts, dark chocolate, dried cranberries.
Preheat oven to 400.
Place all ingredients into the NurtiBullet. Blend until smooth.
Pour batter into greased muffin tin.
Add toppings and bake for 15 min.
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Wednesday April 22: Can you believe we had snow mixed with rain and ice again today. Just when I get so excited to be back outside again Mother Nature throws a curve ball.
I worked on paperwork for our business most of the day, and paid a few bills. I roasted a chicken for dinner along with sweet potatoes and Asian green beans. It was quite delicious if I do say so. I also went over to my Son and DIL’s house to help her get the new area rugs down. Now just waiting for the furniture delivery and it’s move in ready.
b2cec3Thursday April 23: Quite the boring day around here. It was cold with drizzly rain so I spent most of the day inside reading and watching a few home improvements show on my ipad. I hate glooming days; I have no ambition when it’s dark and depressing all day.
I did make a batch of chicken enchilada soup for dinner. It tasted good and hearty on a chilly day. I used up the rest of the roasted chicken I’d made the night before. I do love it when I can use up what we have and reinvent it into a new meal. Anyone else try and plan their meals this way?
Friday April 24: Got up and did a load of laundry, hung it on the line, and got around to go to town for a few groceries. Called Grama Red on the way and got here list. I was excited to hear on the radio while I was out that our lawn and garden centers are now able to open. I’m so ready to pick up a few ferns to add to the front porch.
Back home to clean the chicken coop, burn the garbage, take the laundry off the line, and cut hubbies hair.
I’ve been craving Chinese takeout but there’s none open in our parts so I ended up eating a brownie for dinner instead. It certainly wasn’t what I wanted but I also didn’t want to make dinner tonight.
Saturday April 25: Hubby and have been craving Chinese takeout and we found a place yesterday. We placed our order and they brought it to our truck when they noticed we’d pulled in. It was simple to do and delicious. Win, win I didn’t have to make dinner and we have enough leftovers for our Sunday meal.
Our governor opened up the garden centers so hubby and I did a drive by to see if Lowes was truly open and selling plants. They are but it was a downpour so we just did a drive by looking to see what they had. I’m looking for my Boston Ferns right now, but they didn’t seem to have any.