Oat & Berry Muffins – Gluten Free

Love this ever so easy recipe which uses a food processor to make and that’s it! If you don’t have a food processor, you could use a blender and I think it may also work in a Nutri Bullet.

It’s full of lovely oats which I’ve blitzed before proceeding so I basically have Oat Flour. It gives a better result once baked. It’s perfect to use up a couple of over ripe bananas and there’s no butter in the recipe. We use oil instead. Sunflower is good but equally, vegetable oil will work too. The last bit of good news is there’s no refined sugar either. It just keeps getting better! You can choose from honey, maple syrup or like me, use Agave Syrup.

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Coconut, Almond, Lemon & Blueberry Cake

This delicious cake is full of superfoods and as I’ve reduced the sugar content by 70% from the original recipe, it’s practically healthy! You have to make it!

It’s a versatile cake which is just as nice at room temperature as it is heated and served with some cream. No equipment other than a whisk and large spoon needed along with your bowl and prepared tin. It’s made in a 23cm tin so easily feeds 10-12 people.

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Blueberry, Lemon & Honey Cake

I really can’t resist anything that says lemon and then they add blueberries and what do you know, another favourite, honey! Had to be made!  It’s a simple and quick to make loaf cake and it’s so moist and full of fresh blueberries and yet you can still taste a hint of honey throughout. Really nice!

You can dress it up as much as you like depending what you want it for. I brought it to a coffee morning so I added a lemon icing drizzle and used edible flowers. Equally you can just sieve a bit of icing sugar over the top and serve with a bit of fromage frais if you prefer.

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