RASP-NANA Thermomix Muffins

VEGETARIAN | GLUTEN-FREE | NO  ADDED SUGAR |  CONTAINS NUTS | THERMOMIX RECIPE

Although this one is not lunchbox friendly (contains almond meal), it’s a great breakfast on the run or a nutritious afternoon tea for little people. My 7 year old loved these & usually he is quite fussy with my healthy treats!

INGREDIENTS
1 cup (105g) almond meal
1/2 cup (60g) buckwheat flour [I buy a 1kg tub from About Life, or from Naked Foods]
1 medium (100g) banana
100g organic natural yoghurt
2 (110g) organic eggs
75g cooked organic apple [you could substitute this for an alternate fruit like pear, or just add more banana]
1 tbspn coconout oil
1 cup berries [I used frozen raspberries but mixed berries also work a treat]
2 tspns vanilla powder [I have been using Heilala brand for a couple of years & love it]
1 tspn aluminium-free baking powder [I use Honest to Goodness]

METHOD

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 170 degrees celsius
  2. Throw the banana, yoghurt, eggs, apple puree, vanilla powder & coconut oil in the thermomix. Set the timer for 7 seconds, speed 4
  3. Add the almond meal & buckwheat flour. Set to reverse, speed 2 for 10 seconds. Check it is well combined
  4. you have the option of putting in berries evenly into each muffin case or putting the whole mixture into a bowl & stirring through the berries.
  5. Throw in the oven for 35 minutes 

    I also found this an easy snack while breastfeeding seeing as I still (after 3 children) cannot coordinate eating with a fork while feeding…

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