Right, so I've not blogged for over a month. I've been quite busy lately with going through my digital photos, reading applications from high school students for college scholarships, and preparing to apply to post graduate school.
I've been on Pinterest for quite some time now. I pin everything from sewing projects, scrapbooking, fashion, home solutions, recipes, etc. Since I'm on a kick on eating healthy, I happened to come upon a pin which featured a Five Ingredient Blender Muffins. There's no flour or cane sugar involved. I thought, why not try it. If it doesn't work, then no harm done.
Technically, the recipe called for six ingredients, possibly more depending on what type of muffin you want to make. I'll link the recipe at the bottom of this post.
It was the perfect time to make the muffins. I had one very ripe banana and one last egg in my refrigerator. I took out my trusty Vitamix blender and combined the ingredients together.
My batter didn't look quite near the batter Happy Healthy Mama made. It was very watery. I assumed it was from the oil from the Almond Butter. I made a few different recipes with the muffin base -- chocolate chip, white chocolate and cranberry, cinnamon raisin, and coconut and placed them in mini muffin tins.
Surprisingly enough, they turned out pretty good even though I've slightly burned the sides. I had my oven at 400°F. My tip would be watch your temperature. Not every oven runs the same temp. Overall, it's something I would probably make again. As promised, here's the link to the recipe. Five Ingredient Blender Muffins.