Making healthy blueberry muffins for your breakfast sounds ideal, but regular muffins can add so many calories they could leave you feeling bloated and guilty. But not with these you won't!
Healthy blueberry breakfast muffins
Danette May has tweaked the recipe so that it has more healthy ingredients instead of bad ingredients, and all without losing an ounce of flavour! You will really enjoy these muffins, they taste really good and they won't make you feel sluggish or tired after eating them.
These bfreakfast muffins are made with grass fed butter, with milk from cows that have grazed out in fields, and not been fed on commercial 'feed' inside a barn. Similarly, the eggs, should be free range in order to get the natural goodness and taste good too.
Almond flour, coconut flower, brown rice flour can be used in this recipe. Danette will explain in the video above how you can mix and vary some of the ingredients, according to your own or your family's taste.
If you have any problems finding decent Almond Flour, Amazon have supplies of the ground blanched stuff from Real Food Source
, (Click HERE
) at only £10 a kilo. Or click the bag to link to link to the right page.
Gluten free one-to-one baking powder can also be hard to find sometimes - the Dr Oetker Gluten free Baking Powder can also be found on Amazon, click HERE
to get full details. This is a versatile raising agent often used in baking cakes, breads etc.
Dr Oetker's GF baking powder contains essential baking ingredients which can be used in both regular and gluten free recipes and, of course, it is suitable for vegetarians.
Once you have tried these delicious muffins you will probably want to explore Danette's other helpful nutitional tips and products - just take a look at her special web page HERE
for more details.