From member .....These have got to be the best muffins I have experimented with so far! Try using the coconut extract instead of the maple, because the carrots have the consistency of coconut.
BMOS Note: The use of ground oat flour may cause one to lose slowly, or for progress to stop. Please see ingredient link for more information. Remember also that oats more or less double with conventional cooking and we take our measurements off the cooked volume, meaning that the ¼ cup uncooked oats in this recipe is equivalent to ½ cup cooked.
As written, this recipe contains 1 portion, containing 1 oz protein, ½ cup carb and ¼ cup Veggie A. Because of the Veggie A, the recipe is automatically relegated to lunch or dinner only. For most females, that means you'll need to add at least an ounce of protein, plus a minimum of 3/4 cup additional vegetable. Males will usually have to augment protein, carb and veggie to meet their lunch and dinner requirements.
- 1 egg white
- ¼ cup packed grated carrots
- 1-2 packets Splenda, to taste
- ¼ cup oat flour made from grinding oatmeal in blender or food processor
- ¼ capful maple or coconut extract
- ½ teaspoon baking powder**
- dash or two of cinnamon
Mix all together and place in mini muffin tins. Bake at 375 degrees about 9 minutes or until done.
** ingredient is not recommended for use during the reduction phase of program. See "General Food and Cooking" FAQ for more detail.
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This Recipe Contains: Protein A, Carb B, Veggie A