Blueberry Bean Muffins

I found another thing to add beans to. Surprise ๐Ÿ˜‚ it’s a great way to easily make small children and grown children (like myself) eat more beans. Noone even knows or sees them. (Evil laugh). Another thing about eating healthy and staying that way is being allowed to eat snacks and sweets. And with this recipe YOU CAN. I know, it’s pretty amazing to be allowed to eat cake pretty much every day. โค๐Ÿ‘Œ

These muffins are glutenfree, full of fiber and easily made vegan. Just add 2 flax or chia eggs instead.

As usually I use stevia as part of the sweetener blend, as well as licorice root. This to reduce the carb and sugar load, becouse keeping a stable bloodsugar is key to be in good health.

What you need ;

  • 1 box of Organic white beans (kidney works too) 230 g
  • 2 Organic bananas
  • 2 Organic eggs
  • 1,5 cup of Organic glutenfree oatmeal
  • 3 spoons of Virgin coconut oil
  • 4 spoons of Organic Chiaflour
  • 5 droppers stevia
  • 1,5 teaspoon Licorice root
  • 1 teaspoon Ceylon cinnamon
  • 1 spoon Vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1 dl Water
  • 1 cup Organic frozen blueberries
  • 1 hand full of chopped nuts/ chocolate or seeds (optional)

Set the oven to 170 degrees. Mix everything into a bowl except the blueberries. Blend everything smooth with a handmixer. Then mix in the frozen blueberries.

Put muffin cups in muffin tins. I usaually add some oil to make sure the cups doesnt stick. Then add about 2 spoons of batter to each muffin cup. Sprinkle some topping if you like.

This recipe makes about 16 muffins. Fry in the middle of the oven for approx 20 min. Chill and enjoy.

This recipe is easily adjusted to use whatever you have of frozen berries or old apples. I love to be able to use old food scraps. To use all our food and create less waste is better for our planet ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐ŸŒ

This batter works great as baked donuts as well โค

Activated seed butter

This is my new craze โค I use it for everything. Breakfast chia bowls, spread on bread or pancakes with berries. Yum.

If you allergic to nuts like me then this is an awesome option to all the nut butters out there. Also by soaking and drying the seeds first you get rid of all the phytonutrients that seeds, nuts and grains contain. It may take a little longer to prepare, but you get to enjoy the full spectrum of nutrients the seeds got to offer with no harm to your gut.

What you do to activate

  • Soak a pack of your seed of choice for 8 – 24 hours
  • Rinse the seeds and spread them thin on baking sheets
  • Dry for 5 – 8 hours on max 80 degrees

When I do this I soke and dry 3-4 types of seeds at the time so I don’t have to do it so often.

Making the butter

  • Blender with a s-blade
  • 2 cups of your seed of choice
  • 2-3 spoons of organic virgin coconutoil

Put items in blender. Blend for 2-3 min. DONE! Store in a reusable containerโ™ก enjoy as is.

Did you know that a 2,5 cup of sunflower seeds contain about 85 % of your daily intake of vitamin E, and 70 % of your copper requirements? And that 100 grams of sesame seeds contains 97% of your needed calcium, 81 % of iron and 87% of what you need of magnesium in a day? What is not to love about that.

Next I will try to add some raw chocolate powder, a little vanilla and some stevia and see what happens ๐Ÿ˜ฑ