For a healthy muffin recipe, these gingerbread bites of deliciousness are so light and fluffy that you’re not sure really … could they be healthy … and the answer is absolutely!
They benefit from the addition of some warm, fragrant spices and treacle and can be made in about half an hour. Perfect for breakfast or a treat with a cuppa. The smell in the house while these are baking will bring everyone to the kitchen.
I’ve written both the regular and gluten free options below so everyone can enjoy these delicious muffins. To make these muffins Dairy Free, sub the greek yoghurt with a soy or almond plant based yoghurt. Ticking all the boxes right there!
I love a quick and easy bread which also turns out very tasty and the folks at Meridian Foods came up with this yeast free bread recipe which uses their vegan friendly peanut butter and oats. Everything used is vegan and gluten free so it’s one for everyone.
You can find their great range of products here Meridian Shop: Natural nut & seed butters – vegan & palm oil free (meridianfoods.co.uk)
I love all their butters as they don’t use palm oil and they have no additives, so that’s always a winner for me.
What to do with leftover Christmas pudding? Well I’ve made ice cream for two years in a row and I wanted to try something a bit different.
Making muffins means you can have smaller treats, they can be frozen and you don’t have to add butter or sugar to the recipe. All positive things. The final clincher for this recipe has to be that you need no equipment. Just a bowl and your muffin tin of choice.