Light & Moist Bran Feijoa Muffins | Wicked Wellbeing
These deliciously light and fluffy feijoa muffins are a perfect way to up yours or your childrens fibre intake. Super simple and easy to make, they can be whipped up in a flash and make a great addition to your kids lunch boxes. Depending on what fruit is in season, the feijoa pulp can be easily swapped out with apple, blueberry, pear, banana or anything else you desire. The feijoa muffins are suitable to freeze.
I never ever thought my kids would even try this cake, I mean, they don't like nuts in baking, they're not fussed on dried fruit in baking, I certainly didn't think they'd go for the strong flavour of quinoa flour – but OMG, I have never heard them rave about something so much! "Mum, that tastes exactly like carrot cake" "Mmm, Mum, when this one is finished, you definitely HAVE to make another one!" "This is the second best cake you've ever made (after carrot cake)"! It's full of such…
Feijoa Cake! 1 c almond meal (or 3/4 c ground up whole almonds) 1/4 c coconut flour 1/2 c tapioca flour 1/4 c desiccated coconut 1 t baking powder 1 t baking soda 1 c mashed feijoa pulp 1/4 c coconut oil, melted (or butter for non dairy free) 1/2 t vanilla paste or 1 t vanilla essence 4 T pure maple syrup 4 eggs, lightly beaten #cake
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