Full disclosure — i had raspberries, coffee and a rice cake for breakfast — but i wish i had these muffins 🍌🍫||
tbh i’m so sick of insta right now. ive barely been taking the time to scroll through or listen to stories because i feel like theres not a lot of originality out there anymore. everyone’s talking about the same ish. i actually think i need to find different people to follow so let me know if you have any people you love following. haven’t cooked in a while but sharing this recipe because it’s so easy. these muffins do not taste like the sugary bakery muffins of your dreams. they taste healthier, but they’re so satisfying and delish.
in a large mixing bowl, mash 2 super ripe bananas very well. add in 1 tsp vanilla extract, 3/4 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp of nutmeg and 1/4 tsp of cloves + sea salt. mix well with a whisk (i used a fork because #lazy). next add in 1/4 cup coconut oil and 2 eggs and mix until well-combined. then add 3/4 cup of @bobsredmill 1:1 gf baking flour, 1/2 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/4 cup of date or coconut sugar. mix together and then add in 2-3 tbsp. of @oatly to thin the batter a bit. finally, grease a muffin pan with coconut oil and pour in the batter (nearly to the top of the wells). add chocolate chips and walnuts on top! cook for 18-20 minutes at 350.
Suis-je la seule à recopier 🤓des passages de livres 📚 que j’aime bien dans un carnet pour les relire par la suite !? quand je les relis je me rappelle de ce que j’ai ressenti❤️ en lisant le livre la première fois. 📚any books lovers over here ? 📚
Currently i'm ill and too lazy to cook an extensive meal. this is why my lunch yesterday was this dish(es). four whole fried organic eggs, oven potatoes and green bell peppers and as a dip salty peanut butter.