Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Project: sugar free oatmeal muffins


The Recipe
20 gr cake flour (2 tbsp.)
40 ml coconut oil melted (other oil is ok too)
1 tbsp. oatmeal + extra for topping
1 egg + yolk
1 tsp. baking powder
1 pack of unsweetened applesauce (100 gr)
1 tsp. honey + extra for garnish
Pinch of salt
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My recent baking has gone healthy! Yes, I’ve been experimenting baking by replacing sugar for other healthier substitute like: honey and mashed banana (like this recipe). Today’s recipe has no sugar added to and it’s been replaced with applesauce!

Applesauce in these very simple oatmeal cupcakes/muffins!
I hope you try them out, because not only they are a lot healthier they taste yum! Also the texture is very moist, soft and crumblier.

  
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Mijn baksels zijn op gezonde toer de laatste tijd! Op gezonde toer doordat ik vooral bezig ben de suiker te vervangen voor andere gezonder alternatief, zoals: honing en geprakte banaan (zoals bij dit recept). Voor het recept van vandaag gebruik ik appelmoes!

Appelmoes in deze makkelijke havermout cupcakes/muffins! Probeer ze uit want niet alleen zijn ze een stuk gezonder ze zijn ook lekker! Ook de textuur is lekker smeuïg, zacht en kruimelig.
Everything in a bowl and mix!
To make it gluten free: replace cake flour and oatmeal with buckwheat flour

Out of the oven! Eet smakelijk!
Texture: very soft! Almost like cupcake soft.

Replace, try, taste and have fun
 Oatmeal is nice! I've tried another batch with (deep frozen) fruit too and it gives a bit of sourness and sweetness too, also nice!

The Steps
  1. Pre-heat oven to 160°C. Melt the coconut oil by placing in a 100ºC degrees oven for a couple of minute.
  2. Beat the egg and the yolk and add in the apple sauce, the completely melted coconut oil and honey and combine it well together with a whisk. 
  3. Combine the cake flour, oatmeal, salt + baking powder and add in the batter mixture. Lastly add the oatmeal on top.
  4. Pour in ovenproof cups or just in regular paper cups. Bake for about 25 minutes.

13 comments :

  1. such a great post n looks great to try at home! love it!
    visit my blog n maybe we can follow each others? lemme know ya.. :)

    www.riskinovianti.blogspot.com

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  2. So inspired to make these for breakfast tomorrow
    Marina / www.MARINASAYS.com

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  3. They look amazingly yummy!!

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  4. I hear that dates are also a good way to sweeten things, although I haven't used it myself :)

    nat | Dignifiable

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  5. How yummy do these look!? I am loving the strawberry printed muffin cups too! So cute!
    xx Annie
    http://www.somethingswellblog.com/

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  6. Looks so yum! I need to try this especially with berries.

    XoXo Noma

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  7. They look so good, yet seem so simple to make! Will definitely try to make these! :D x

    http://www.itsjessiejane.com/

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  8. Gosh, these look so yum! I can imagine they'd even be healthy enough to have for breakfast, if you're in a rush :)

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  9. These look amazing! I'm always trying new healthier bakes so I may make these at some point xx
    www.britishmermaid.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. I also like using apple sauces when baking!
    Thanks so much for your sweet words, they made my day!

    Have a wonderful weekend,
    -Kati

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  11. These sound so good, and I love the cute little cups you have them in :)

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  12. So healthy! I'd probably use that an excuse to eat more of them ;P What's your favourite sugar substitute? -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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