Home    Share Recipe    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Join our Facebook Group to share recipes and cooking advice.

Sugar-Free Apple And Cinnamon Mini Muffins

by Robert Keith (follow)
I'm a passionate marketer, health expert & national level athlete with a burning desire to travel.
Easy (2658)      Quick (1308)      Simple (938)      Baking (646)      Breakfast (551)      Afternoon Tea (326)      Clean Eating (131)      Sugar Free (111)      Muffins (89)      Egg Free (65)     
I was craving something sweet this afternoon, and I noticed that I had heaps of green apples leftover, so I decided to make my own unique version of a sugar-free, low calorie apple and cinnamon muffin.



Apple and Cinamon Muffin

No joke these muffins took 10 minutes to prepare, and now they are in the oven, baking away. Talk about a super easy and quick recipe.

They are vegan, as recently I have decided to avoid eggs and butter due to health reasons.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Makes: 8 servings

Ingredients
1 cup wholemeal spelt flour
¼ rolled oats
2 tbsp. coconut oil
½ cup SweetMe (natural sweetener)
1 medium green apple, diced
½ tsp. baking soda
¼ cup mashed avocado
Pinch of Himalayan salt
Pinch of cinnamon
½ tsp. vanilla essence
2 flax eggs


Method
Prepare the oven at 150 degrees Celsius
Make flax eggs (2 tbsp. flaxseeds, 6 tbsp. water)
Add the spelt flour, oats, coconut oil, chopped apple, natvia, avocado, salt, cinnamon, vanilla essence. Mix through together
Add flax eggs to the bowl and mix everything together
Prepare baking sheet with baking powder. Pour another ½ cup oats in a separate bowl, which you can use to roll the mini muffins in before baking
Out of this batch, I made 8 mini muffins and baked them for 20 minutes in the oven at 150 degrees Celsius
Garnish them with a walnut!

Because these muffins contain quite a few carbohydrates and healthy fats, if you’re trying to lose weight, definitely enjoy just one piece. Alternatively, you could enjoy two pieces, and make it your afternoon tea, dipped in some cold-pressed unsweetened almond milk.

One piece of these deliciously healthy, chewy, moist mini muffins equals only 143.5 calories, so enjoy moderately!

I think they are best enjoyed as a morning or afternoon tea snack, even a before bed snack. Or you could have two for breakfast with a protein shake or some almond milk, for a brekkie on the go!


Categories
#Easy
#Quick
#Breakfast
#Afternoon Tea
#Simple
#Baking
#Sugar Free
#Clean Eating
#Healthy Recipes
#Muffins
#Egg Free
#Low Calorie
I like this Recipe - 5
[ print friendly ]
Submit your recipes for a share of ad revenue - click here
More Recipes by Robert Keith
view all recipes by Robert Keith
Articles by Robert Keith on Other Hubs
Walking around your house to be greeted by an uninvited guest is something that no one wants t...
120 views
Childhood is a time of growth, imagination, play and wonder
80 views
My Google Plus Profile
ID: 35064
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Recipes
Categories
Easy (2658)
Healthy (1744)
Vegetarian (1399)
Quick (1308)
Dinner (2023)
Lunch (1582)
Dessert (1016)
Breakfast (551)
Family (1261)
Simple (938)
Snack (739)
Kids (697)
Vegan (680)
Baking (646)
Chicken (617)
Chocolate (519)
Sweet (384)
Cheese (340)
Salad (322)
Winter (300)
Sweets (268)
Pasta (263)
Cake (258)
Soup (244)
Summer (228)
Rice (226)
Snacks (226)
Bread (222)
Fish (219)
Eggs (209)
Brunch (206)
Fruit (199)
Tomatoes (180)
Banana (177)
Mushrooms (172)
Low Fat (165)
Beef (164)
Coconut (164)
Seafood (160)
Curry (159)
Side Dish (157)
Nuts (156)
Biscuits (155)
Cakes (148)
Bacon (139)
Party (139)
Spicy (137)
Entree (134)
Potato (134)
Pudding (125)
Avocado (123)
Featured on Other Hubs
As well as being a way to create warm garments and rugs, knitting can have health benefits
5 likes
 
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version