Before you throw that away...

...make muffins with it!

I just created my very first baking recipe and I'm thrilled to say that the end result was de-lish!

These, are sort of the casserole equivalent to a muffin. You know what I mean, there are always those meals that you try to use as many fresh ingredients that are about to sache their way into the trash or compost until you snag them mid jive rapido and make something with them and call it a "casserole." How on earth can you do that with muffins? Well, since you asked...

1 cup milled flaxseed/soy (either/or will work too)
1 cup whole wheat flour (either flour will work)
1 Tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup raw sugar (any kind of sugar will work-minus brown-raw sugar is not as sweet and has much less calories than white, also I had a ton of it that I'm trying to use in as many recipes as possible)
-Here's the fun part-
(I used these ingredients, you can use whatever you want)
-about 2 medium carrots (grated)
1 small pear (peeled, cored and chopped)
1 small apple (peeled, cored and chopped)
1/2 c soy milk
1/4 c oil (whatever you have)
1 tsp hazelnut extract (or vanilla or whatever extract you have)
1/2 cup nuts (I used almonds, you can use whatever you want or don't use them at all!)

Throw all of the ingredients in the mixer, no need to do dry first then wet ingredients. Just mix them all at the same time.

400 degrees and 20 minutes later you wind up with a yummy smelling house and about 18 muffins. If it's still cold at your house like it is at ours, these muffins are sure to warm you up!


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