28-07-15 | Food | snacks |

Healthy choco-pistachio muffin madness

How about some muffin madness with chocolate and pistachio’s girls?! I was craving for a “muffin moment” and the recipe that came out of it is truly ah-ma-zing. These cute, light and fluffy brown handhelds are actually healthy and diet-friendly too. Are you ready to throw a Fit girl muffin party?

I probably eat a chocolate treat every week and therefore I challenge myself each time to come up with a brand new and even more healthy choco recipe. This recipe for choco-pistachio muffins is sugar-free, low fat and low in calorie. As always I like to keep my recipes simple and nutritious, which makes it easy to make and to incorporate into our bikini diet. Another BIG plus of a muffin is that they are perfect at any time of the day – breakfast, snack, lunch, pre-workout or even for dinner if they’re savory!

One tip: when you bring these babies with you to school or work, bring more! Your friends and colleagues will be chasing after your choco-pistachio muffin 😉

INGREDIENTS

Choco-pistachio muffin
– 1 banana
– 6 eggs
– 2 tbspn raw cacao powder
– 3 tbspn honey
– 3 tspn coconut milk
– 100 gr. coconot flour
– 3 tspn baking soda
– 2 tspn melted coconut oil
– 1 tspn salt
Topping:
– shredded almonds
– 1 tbspn raw cacao powder
– 1 tbspn Maple syrup/ honey
– 1 tbspn melted coconut oil
– crumbled pistachio’s

MACRONUTRIENTS

  • Energy: 131,5 kcal
  • Protein: 4,9 g
  • Carbs: 10,3 g
  • Fat: 8,9 g
  • Fiber: 2,2 g

METHOD

1. Preheat oven to 160C.
2. Place the banana (cut in pieces), eggs, honey, coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut flour, cacao powder, baking soda and salt in a small bowl and mix till smooth well.
3. Grease a 12-cup muffin tin or line up with paper cups. Spoon the batter into the cups, filling each 2/3 of the way full.
4. Place the muffins in the oven on the center rack and bake for 25-30 minutes.
5. Now start making the raw chocolate topping once the muffins are almost ready.Place (melted) coconut oil and maple syrup in a bowl and mix them. Add the raw cacao powder and stir until the chocolate mixture is smooth.
6. Put some of the chocolate mixture on a muffin and continue with adding the crumbled pistachio’s and shredded almonds as well.
7. Ready!

Don’t forget to make a picture of your @foodie_ness recipe and tag me on Instagram of Facebook, I love to meet your choco-pistachio muffin girls!! 🙂

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  • Holly

    Hi Carolina 🙂

    Have you tried freezing these muffins and were they ok defrosted?

    Thanks!

    Holly

    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      Hi Holly!

      Actually I don’t have to much in my freezer, as I always give away my baking stuff to my parents, friends, neighbors and..my boyfriends takes the (eating)lead ha ha!

      But whenever I eat something defrosted it’s still delicious and keeps it taste, however I gotta be honest: fresh is the best! 🙂

      Have a great day!

      With love,
      Carolina.

  • Rou

    Is the mixture supposed to be this liquid? I’m getting a little worried.

    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      Hi Rou!

      How did your chock-pistachio muffins turned out? I hope you loved it 😀

      With love,
      Carolina.

  • Rou

    I ruined them

  • Rou

    ruined them

    In plaats van Cocos meel amandel meel gebruikt. ..omdat mijn supermarkt het niet verkocht. Niet geroerd maar de staafmixer gebruikt en uitgeschoten met het zout. Geen keuken prinses.

    Volgende week ga ik je cheese cake proberen. Hopelijk dan meer succes!

    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      O jee!

      Wat balen! Dat kan gebeuren, ik heb ook vaak genoeg iets in de prullenbak moeten gooien hoor.. It happens to the best of us 🙂

      Succes met de taart, dit is een no-bake receptje dus dat is al makkelijker!

      Hou je me op de hoogte? Leuk!

      Fijne dag en liefs,
      Carolina.

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