Healthy Apple Muffins Recipe. The Best Breakfast Muffins recipe from Food52. Author Notes: This is the recipe that gets used most often in my house.
I make these every 2 weeks without fail, as my go to "I'm running out the door" breakfast. They are packed with nutrition and easy for anyone (even non-bakers like me!) To make. I first came across the recipe when I was researching paleo diets, and it's stuck with me. I always change it up a bit but the base is the same- eggs, almond flour, banana, and carrot. - DailyMeals They never get boring because the options are endless. Vegan Pumpkin Apple Muffins. When John and I started dating, one of my favorite things about him besides his ridiculously good taste in music and his honey brown eyes, was the fact that he could bake muffins.
And I’m not talking about a sissy muffin. I’m talking about a whole wheat, fruit packed, tank of a muffin. Now that’s my kind of man. He either knew how to make muffins or researched it and figured it out to impress me. Either way, I think he’s worthy of being a keeper. These muffins are surprisingly simple to throw together, ridiculously moist, full of fall flavor and 100% vegan. Sautéed apples and plenty of pumpkin puree are the star ingredients in this recipe, with oats and brown sugar playing key supporting roles.
If I had to pick one food to subsist off of (besides bananas, Braum’s coffee ice cream and peanut butter) it would be oats. Carrot-Banana Muffins. Pear and Ginger Mini Loaves or Muffins. Necessity is the mother of many a new recipe in our house.
Because there are only the two of us (humans) living here (“Don’t forget about us, Mum! “), it’s usually fairly easy to decide what to have for dinner, or what to buy at the grocery store. My HH and I share many a similar taste, except for all that animal flesh he eats, and we even enjoy cooking together whenever we do cook (which seems to be less and less frequently these days, come to think of it). One thing we have in common is an apathetic response to pears. Apple Hemp Muffins (vegan, wheat-free, and oil-free) If you eat vegan or raw, you know that hemp is hot!
I’ve been using hemp seeds in my recipes for years (before it was um, ‘hip to eat hemp’). When I started using hemp seeds and talking about them in my recipes, I got that “ohhhh, you are hippity dippity!” Sort of reaction. People didn’t know that hemp seeds were a highly nutritious food – a ‘superfood’ if you will. No, instead they thought they’d get high from my brownies. Jokes aside, it took a few years for the worth of hemp – high in protein, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants – to be recognized in the world of healthy eating. Fall Breakfast Recipe: Spiced Pear Muffins. I wish you could smell these muffins cooling on my counter right now.
Better yet, I wish you could actually be here in my kitchen right now. Because then we could sit down with mugs of coffee and one muffin each, and break off nutmeg-scented nibbles as we trade stories about our day. These muffins might just be one of my crowning achievements. They are solidly in the middle of the muffin spectrum, neither so sweet that they could pass for cupcakes nor so healthy that they stop tasting like a treat. Apple and Oat Muffins. September, and spring alongside, is certainly in full swing and shaping up to be a busy one.
My calendar is filled with quite a few engagements, including long overdue catch ups with friends and summer product launches for work. I am by no means complaining, but rather loving the buzz that spring seems to create every year. No doubt, warm weather and increasing sun light are making a busy schedule much more bearable as well. Quick, Easy and Moist Whole Wheat Muffins. These muffins are also dependent on the whole wheat.
Whole wheat isn't just a health statement here; the taste of the whole grain makes a nutty, pleasant flavor. I think these muffins would be slightly boring if made with just white flour. I like the extra dimension that whole wheat gives, and the fact that whole wheat flour is lower in gluten than regular all-purpose flour also means a more tender muffin.
I do use white wheat flour, though, which makes for a lighter, sweeter taste. Healthy Breakfast Recipe: Whole Grain Morning Glory Muffins Recipes from The Kitchn. I tend to go into hibernation mode at the first hint of fall.
The looming cold weather inspires me to welcome people over and hole up for the night. Whether it's sitting around a fire pit into the late hours of the evening or to lingering over a hearty breakfast on a chilly weekend morning, I just can't think of a better way to spend time with my closest friends. Spiced Apple Carrot Muffins. Did I ever tell you I have NIIIIIIINE nieces and nephews?
It’s true. My brother and sister are child-making machines. They fashion up the cutest little carrot-topped and blonde-headed munchies on the face of the earth with the most pinch-able cheeks, come ‘eeer lemme squuuuuueeezzzzzuuuu adorable little fur ball! Where was I? Children. Why? Stefanie from Sarcastic Cooking has got one in the oven, so Steph from Eat Your Heart Out brought together a bunch of food bloggers to throw her a virtual baby shower!
What do women do at baby showers besides measure their bellies? Vegan Carrot Muffins. Hi friends!
Here's the vegan breakfast recipe I promised you earlier this week. These carrot muffins became my instant favourite - and they're sugar-free too! I love the gorgeous colour given by the freshly made carrot juice and they are just perfect for your breakfast table or enjoyed with a cup of tea in the afternoon. It's funny how we tend to think baking as such a strict, rule-laden form of art. Baking without white flour, sugar, butter and eggs can (in my opinion at least) result in just as tasty (if not tastier) and certainly much healthier outcome. These muffins are a perfect example: trust the natural sweetness of carrots (no additional sugar needed), the combining force of tahini (instead of egg) and the goodness of the wholegrain.