What do you miss the most when it comes to healthy eating? Let me guess? Sweets?
What if I tell you do not have to completely eliminate them? Once you make them by your self, you can easily have them in your daily meal planning . If you load your carbohydrate intake around your training / activity it will be used as a fuel. You get your treat and your body gets fuel. It all depends individually , however you can eat them whether before or after workout. Sounds good isn’t?
Get ready: (you will get about 16 muffins )
1 glass of gluten-free flour ( here mix of rice & potato )
4 medium egg yolks
4 medium egg whites (whipped)
6 table spoons xylitol
3 medium apples
pinch of salt (Himalayan)
4 table spoons linseed
half natural butter (melted) approx 100g
pinch of baking soda
I have started the muffins, peeling the apples and slicing them up. I have boiled water and covered linseed in a glass steaming for a few minutes. Left linseed on the side, I prepared a bowl, whipped the egg whites and left on the side as well. In the other bowl, I mixed flour with xylitol and salt. When ready I turned the mixer in low rotation, slowly adding yolks, mixing at all the time, very slow and gentle. After that, I have started adding flour very slowly, little at the time, doing the same, low speed and gentle mix. In the end I added linseed mixture and melted butter. I mixed carefully very well. I poured the mixture into silicone muffins molds half way. In the end I sticked in the apple slices.
In preheated oven into 180 degrees, I have baked them for about 40 min.