Movin’ Along Raspberry Fiber Muffins

I went to my first “Masters Swim” class yesterday morning. Doesn’t the title of the class sound scary?

Masters… like there’s going to be some serious athletes there. A place where blood, sweat, and tears will be flowing freely.

I sat hidden in a change room stall for about 10 minutes before I gained enough courage to pull on my cap and strap on my goggles.

What gave me that courage? 3 months ago I went to my first “Super Spin” class, 5 months ago I found myself with a tank strapped to my back, 80 feet deep off the coast of Jamaica, and 8 months ago, I laced up my old runners and hit the pavement for the first time.

All of these experiences were just as scary as the last. But I did it. I conquered my fear, took a jump and I learned that we generally make things out to be much scarier than they actually are. So, when I’m scared over the next activity, I remind myself of where I’ve come from, and what I’ve accomplished. I remind myself of the amazing people I met, the lessons I’ve learned, and the experience changed me. And then I jump!

So I urge you, if you’re waiting on trying Zumba for the first time, or have been dreaming about attending your first yoga class, whatever the case my be, just DO it! Your classmates wont judge you, you won’t lose your bathing suit, you wont embarrass yourself, and you may actually like it!

On with the eats…

Holy fiber batman! If you’re hungry halfway through the day, fiber [and protein] are the way to go. Fiber is going to keep you fuller, longer, allowing your body to slowly take up the food you’ve ate.

When I was prepping the kitchen to whip up a batch of my favourite granola last week, I decided last minute to make it sweetener/sugar free. After tasting how delicious the granola was without sugar, I decided I was going to make a conscious effort to reduce my honey, agave, and maple syrup intake for awhile.

In comes the high protein, high fiber muffin with 0 natural sweeteners or sugar. Makes a great snack following a Masters Swim class!

 

Movin’ Along Raspberry Fiber Muffins
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Recipe type: Sugar free, Gluten free, Vegan, Dairy Free
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Serves: 12 muffins
 
Finding it hard to finish the day? This high protein muffin [coming in at 5g] is a great snack to refuel after a workout, or to satisfy your hunger in the afternoon. At 5 grams of fiber, these muffins are sure to fill you up, and keep any digestive system moving. Inspired by: Peas and Thank you
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Almond Breeze Almond Milk, or a non-dairy milk of your choice
  • ½ cup fresh apple juice
  • ½ cup unsweetened apple sauce, or 3 eggs
  • 2 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 6 medjool dates
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • ½ cup roasted buckwheat kernels, ground – I used Bob’s Red Mill [called Kasha] and ground them in my coffee bean grinder. You could use regular buckwheat kernels, or replace with rice flour.
  • ½ cup freshly ground flax
  • ¼ teaspoon himalayan rock salt
  • 2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 cup frozen or fresh organic raspberries
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350F
  2. Combine milk, apple juice, apple sauce, coconut oil, dates, and vanilla extract in a blender. Blend until smooth. Set aside
  3. In a large bowl, combine almond flour, ground buckwheat kernels, ground flax, salt, and baking powder
  4. Pour liquid mixture into flour mixture. Stir to combine
  5. Fold in raspberries
  6. Drop mixture into silicon muffin cups, or a paper lined muffin sheet
  7. Bake for 20-22 minutes

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This is all I’m giving to Kevin. I get the rest. Num, Num… so good!

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  1. These muffins are amazing! I didn’t want to grind up buckwheat flour, so I just rolled with brown rice flour – and they still turned out wonderful. Love the *pop* of flavour from the raspberries in these! The batter was yummy, too. :P Looking forward to having these for breakfasts and snacks for the rest of the week. Thanks!

  2. I love your outlook – that is exactly how I motivate myself: Just Do It! I fear judgment and failure, but I look toward success – and I try to overlook the other two.

    Those muffins are gorgeous – healthy yet yummy!

  3. I totally agree with you, we just have to take the first step in a new experience. I tried yoga last week and loved it! Most people are so willing to help a newbie too :)
    That recipe looks fabulous, I’m totally saving it to come back to later!

    • It was awesome! There was really nothing to be scared of. I shared a lane with a lady that is at my similar fitness level (definitely takes the pressure off) and the trainer was really great.

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