7.2.16

food diary // healthy blueberry muffins


I've been craving baked goods lately and since anything you buy in store or at a timmies is usually sugar loaded and not healthy at all, I've begun experimenting a lot more in the kitchen. 

Not to be conceded or anything but I am an amazing cook. I can make a very delicious meal and most of the times I come up with random recipes while I'm cooking. I never remember them so usually no two meals are the same lol I only have ONE recipe that I really know off by heart and that would be my famous healthy mac n cheese! I'll have to do a post on that one another time. 

Anyways, when it comes to baking for some reason I just suck at it. I can never get recipes right. For some reason I just can't do it BUT now that I have been trying to bake healthier alternatives I have been having mad luck. Last week I found a recipe for apple oat muffins and they were decent just not sweet enough. Today, I went back to find that recipe and add a few changes but I couldn't for the life of me find it. 

So, today I ended up trying to remember what I had done and kind of winged it. And guess what folks, my muffins turned out fricken awesome. HELL YES. 

Unfortunately since I had no idea what I was doing and was just hoping for the best I didn't take any pictures so I only have pictures of the finished product. 

Now ladies and gents here is the easiest recipe of life and if I can do it, SO CAN YOU!



To make 12 smallish muffins you will need: 
2 bananas (blended)
2.5 cups of oats (I buy the really fine chopped up stuff)
1 egg
1 teaspoon of baking powder
1/4 cup of almond milk (I don't even think I used all of it, I eyeballed it) 
3 Handfuls of blueberries
Honey (however much you'd like)

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 

Blend up the bananas until they are nice and smooth, no bumps! Add in the egg and mixed it up. Then add the oats and baking powder. While mixing that all together slowly add some almond milk, you want it to be a bit runny but not like its super soupy. Add in the blueberries and honey and mix it all up. 

Use coconut oil to grease up your muffin tin and then pour in the batter. Place in oven for 30 minutes and voila! If you're lucky (like I was) you'll have delicious muffins! 

Hope this was helpful! Ha like I said I'm not a baker, I winged it and it turned out great! Here's hoping yours do too! 

xo 


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