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02/04/2013

Have mercy. Spabettie, you’ve done it this time! These broccoli cheese muffins are out of control and I want them now. So awesome!

Have mercy. Spabettie, you’ve done it this time! These broccoli cheese muffins are out of control and I want them now. So awesome!

10/22/2012

Corn dog muffins from Vegan Fling! Anyone who’s not eating these for lunch should be shot. Or at least me—somebody please shoot me. I have a case of the Mondays. But if I had corn dog muffins, why I could take on the world!

Corn dog muffins from Vegan Fling! Anyone who’s not eating these for lunch should be shot. Or at least me—somebody please shoot me. I have a case of the Mondays. But if I had corn dog muffins, why I could take on the world!

04/19/2012

Vegan spinach and cheese muffin from Kirsten’s Kitchen! This is like my dream food. A savory muffin with spinach and cheese in it? Please. Kill me now, I want this so hard. I love you, savory muffin!
Via Finding Vegan

Vegan spinach and cheese muffin from Kirsten’s Kitchen! This is like my dream food. A savory muffin with spinach and cheese in it? Please. Kill me now, I want this so hard. I love you, savory muffin!

Via Finding Vegan

05/03/2011

BrownTown’s vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, fat-free blueberry muffins  »

Raw desserts are rad because they’re often naturally gluten-free. Gluten can really suck if you’re intolerant to it, and many, many people are. I usually love raw grub, but once in a while the warm, satisfying chewiness of a cooked muffin really hits the spot. Here’s a recipe I made up today that incorporates gluten-free flour and eschews soy, a common allergen. The recipe happens to be sugar-free, fat-free, and tastes really awesome. 

Ingredients
2 cups all-purpose gluten-free flour 
1/2 Tbsp. baking powder 
Pinch sea salt
Liquid Stevia (to taste) or other sweetener
1 1/2 cups unsweetened applesauce 
2 mashed ripe bananas
1 1/2 cups blueberries (frozen or fresh)
1 1/2 cups almond milk (or another nut milk)
1 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar

Instructions
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a medium bowl, mix almond milk and apple cider vinegar, let sit for 15 minutes. 
In a large bowl, combine the dry ingredients. Mix in other wet ingredients (including bananas) to the milk/cider. Fold wet ingredients into dry ingredients, put in muffin tins. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes, checking until fork comes out clean. Enjoy!


This is Vegansaurus raw correspondent Sarah E. Brown’s latest post! Read more by Sarah on Vegansaurus, and follow her on twitter! Thanks, Sarah!

08/03/2010

Vegansaurus NYC: Muffins in Union Square!  »

Fuckyeahmuffinphotoshoot! There’s a farmers market in Union Square and I passed one stand called Body and Soul (on the west side between 16th and 17th streets) that had all kinds of vegan treats! Including chocolate muffins! And blueberry corn muffins! I got one of each! They had some other muffins, a few cookies and some empanada-looking things. The muffins I got were super good. I actually preferred the blueberry corn muffin even though the other was, you know, CHOCOLATE. I must say that both muffins were kind of dry but I don’t mind that—I kind of prefer that. But I am a soda biscuit fan so it makes sense.

Look what I noticed during the photoshoot though, sad muffin!:

Don’t be sad, Mr. muffin! Well, he’s not sad anymore. Because he’s dead! Bwahahaha! Poor sad, dead muffin.

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