Welcome all! First photo I am sharing is going to introduce you to an amazing Muffin recipe that will knock your socks off, and have you say hello to one of my four pups that you will be seeing a lot of!
Blueberrylicious Fat-Free Organic Vegan Muffins
These are my favorite pleasure in the morning, the afternoon and at night. I am obsessed with these adorable moist little bites. They are oil free, and can easily be made refined sugar free. I use all organic ingredients, but feel free to use what you have on hand. For you beautiful mamas out there, kids love these! They are easy to whip up, and you can keep them for 2-3 days in an airtight container! Glass if you can! Enjoy!
1 1/2 cups Organic Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour
1/2 cup organic unbleached all purpose flour( Note: you can use all Whole Wheat, but you will come out with a more dense muffin!)
4 teaspoons aluminum free baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup organic brown sugar, or Coconut sugar ( Note: the coconut sugar will be less sweet, but still delicious!)
1/2 cup organic maple sugar or plain old cane sugar if you have it! Make sure the company is vegan, as many generic sugar brands process their sugar with animal bone!
1 cup Organic Vanilla Almond Milk, or any nut milk you have on hand!
4 tablespoons Organic Apple Sauce
1 teaspoon Organic vanilla extract
1 Organic Lemon and 1 Organic Orange zested
1 1/2 cups Organic fresh or frozen blueberries
Alright you are ready to get started! Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Get yourself a large bowl and mix together all your dry ingredients, including the sugars. Once combined go ahead and add your nut milk, vanilla, apple sauce, and zest. Mix to combine and then gently fold in your blueberries! Your amazing muffin batter is complete! Grab your muffin tin and liners and get ready to put your batter into the tin! I use an ice cream scoop as I find it works best to evenly distribute batter. You want them to be about 1/2 way full! Put them in the oven and depending on your oven let them cook for anywhere from 18-22 minutes! Once they are out you can slather them in coconut spread, and or homemade jam which I will be posting a recipe for shortly! But really they are delicious just as they are! Simple, beautiful, and good for you and our earth! Who could ask for more?