Small Batch Healthy Muffins Recipe
We have a lot of those little applesauce cups the house. My kids used the eat a lot of them, but recently they decided they don’t want them anymore. I was trying to figure out what to do with them and how not to waste food. I decided to try using them in a muffin recipe.
Those boxed muffin mixes you buy in the store taste good, but they have a lot of added sugar. I prefer to make my own muffins at home with a lot less sugar. Also, those mixes tend to make about 12 muffins. Sometimes, I just want to make a few muffins.
I came up with a small batch healthy muffins recipe. It is low in sugar, low in fat, but also tastes good. This recipe makes about 4 regular sized muffins.
Low Sugar Healthy Muffins Recipe
- 3/4 cup of ground oats (I grind my own in a food processor)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 tsp sugar (I use coconut sugar. You can use white or brown sugar. Add more if you like your muffins on the sweet side.)
- 1 4oz applesauce cup
- 1 egg
Place muffin cups in pan and lightly cover with cooking spray. Add all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix. Pour the mix into the muffin cups. Cook at 400 degrees for 14 minutes.
Healthy Muffins Recipe – Low Sugar, Low Fat, Great Taste (Fast and Easy)
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