Chock full of good for you ingredients and still taste great–when I can get my teenager to eat one I know I did ok!
1 cup Greek yogurt–I used plain, non-fat–you could use any
3tbsp unsweetened cashew milk–or whatever milk you have on hand
2-3 medium bananas mooshed up 🙂
2 tbsp. coconut oil
80g oat flour–pretty sure any flour will work
6tbsp flax seeds/meal–I just put mine in the Magic Bullet
100g dark chocolate chips–I love this brand
Mix dry ingredients. Add wet ingredients and bake ~20 min @350
I guess you could call these Apple Pumpkin muffins. I can’t decide if they are more apple…or pumpkin. Either way, they are pretty tasty and full of good for you stuff! They even got rave reviews over at my local MaxMuscle!
I added a little MaxPro Elite Pumpkin Spice protein. Not too much as I was worried they would be dry and no body likes a dry muffin—MOIST is what we want 😀 But I did want to give them a bit of a protein boost.
Let me know if you try them (or any variation–you could leave the protein out if you want) and be sure to #consistentfitnesslife on Instagram<<that’s me come give me a follow!
40g Oat Flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill)
24g coconut flour (I use Let’s Do Organic)
110g Truvia baking blend (Truvia)
21g Organic chia seeds (Chia seeds)
6 tbsp. Muscle Egg Pumpkin Spice liquid egg whites (you could use regular)
212g pure pumpkin (I use good ole Libby’s–not pie filling)
1/2 cup unsweetened cashew milk (any milk would work)
1 medium apple, chopped
1 serving MaxPro Elite Pumpkin Spice protein
Mix dry ingredients and wet ingredients separately then combine and bake! Mine made 12 and I baked for about 18min. @375.
Macros: 88calories, 1g fat, 15g carbs, 2g fiber and 5g protein
P.S. I was supposed to remember to include measurements other than grams for those of you who don’t use grams or don’t weigh (it is the most accurate way but not everyone tracks macros or has a food scale). I forgot–I’m sorry–next time!