Recipe by AmiS
"I love these first thing in the morning! I'm not a huge fan of using the microwave for ANYTHING, but these are pretty darn good! I like putting honey on mine as this recipe does not call for any sweeteners."
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flax seed meal
baking powder, or as needed
I prefer my muffins with just a tad sweetness to them, so I added Stevia sweetened Greek yogurt on top. For those who don't use dairy, you might top yours with coconut yogurt. This made for a fast and easy breakfast. ***Update next day - Since this recipe made two, I refrigerated one. The next day I ate it cold, topped with Greek yogurt, and blueberries. A whole different flavor and very good.
The only changes I made was to add 2 packets of Stevia/Raw Sugar blend and eat with maple syrup. With the changes it is a 4 star, without I would rate it a 3. It has an"eggy" taste a lot of Paleo baked foods have that I had to cut with something sweet. Otherwise, it is a quick fix. To make it even quicker, I may portion out the dry ingredients in baggies and just add the wet when I'm ready to make it!
Great starter recipe. I usually mash up half a banana first. Leave out the salt, ground flax and baking powder. Then mix it and cook it in the same bowl not two ramkins. Add a little maple syrup or honey and fresh berries it becomes a great breakfast. I find about a minute and forty seconds in the microwave is perfect.
So easy! Worked perfectly. Super low-carb & gluten-free. Thanks!!! UPDATE: These are fantastic! I eat them every day. That much flax is hard on my system, tho, so I subbed 1 T white chia seed meal for 1 of the T flax. Works great.
For the amount of effort, these are spectacular. It's not angel food cake, but it does rise a bit, tastes good, and lends itself to plenty of variations. After the first 30 seconds, I had to use 50% power on my microwave, which is prone to having things overflow. I was pleasantly surprised at how easily they came out of the ramekins. This may be about the quickest hot breakfast you can make from scratch!
Surprisingly these were pretty good.
I'm new to paleo and am pleasantly surprised by this recipe. It does indeed cook up in 1 minute and really helped with my bread/pasta cravings. I added about 1 tablespoon of chocolate chips into each muffin to make them a dessert. Yum!
This is so easy. I like to add a few berries to the mix (chopped strawberries or a few blueberries)and drizzle with honey before eating.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Paleo One Minute Muffin
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 166
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