I don’t enjoy cooking. Following recipes takes too many steps and bores me. When I do prepare meals, I often experiment with ingredients and use only a few. Sometimes they work, other times they don’t. My goal is to satisfy my child with hidden nutritious ingredients. In addition, the preparation must around 5-minutes. When it comes to snacks, I try to serve clean and healthy ones. While I don’t love to cook, my mother still enjoys her kitchen. My childhood memories include the sweet scent of blueberry and zucchini muffins baking in her oven. To make her proud, below is a quick recipe for healthy banana blueberry muffins that even my husband ate.
- 4 bananas
- 1 cup cauliflower purée
- 1.5 cups milk
- 2 cups whole wheat pastry flour
- 1 tablespoon baking soda
- 1 cup blueberries or use chocolate chips instead (about ¼ of them to keep it healthy)
- Make cauliflower puree - defrost frozen cauliflower and blend or add water/veggie broth to cover cauliflower in blender, then blend
- Add all ingredients in blender and puree until doughy (if too watery add more flour)
- Use non-stick spray to coat muffin tins or paper tins
- Pour batter into muffin tins
- Add blueberries on top of muffin (or for more fruit add to the bottom before pouring) OR
- Add two chocolate chips per muffin instead of blueberries
- Cook 21 minutes on 350 degrees
- Let cool for five minutes
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