High Fiber Breakfast Muffins {Paleo & Gluten-Free}

High Fiber Breakfast Muffins {Paleo & Gluten-Free}


– Today’s high fiber
muffins are a tasty way to get more fiber and
nutrition from breakfast. (upbeat music) (playful music) Hi, I’m so glad you’re turning in today for one of my favorite
power breakfast items. I’ve partnered with Sunsweet to bring you this delicious recipe. It’s one I know that everyone will love. It can be really hard to add
more fiber into our diet, and prunes are a really
great way to do that. Plus, they’re the only
ingredient in this recipe that we’re using to make
these muffins naturally sweet. These muffins are perfect
for my early-morning workout. I usually leave the house
while everyone’s still asleep, so having these ready to go in the freezer is a really convenient way
to eat something nutritious that my body can handle before a workout. For my early morning workouts, I prefer food that is easy to grab and go on my way to the gym, and
that’s easy to digest. Plus, that’ll provide the fuel I need, along with some strong coffee,
to get through spin class. Next, let’s get this batter ready. Today, we’re gonna use a food processor, but you can use a blender as well. Let’s add the ground flax
seeds, also known as flax meal, walnuts, and coconut flour. Let’s pulse and then process
until it resembles coarse sand. Now, we add the banking soda,
salt, cinnamon, and pulse. Now, the prunes. These are going to sweeten our muffins, provide a lot of fiber and nutrition. Make sure you stop when it
looks like really coarse sand. You’re not trying to make it into a paste. Our final ingredients are our eggs and our melted coconut oil. Let’s give this a quick
mix, and if you need to, stop to scrape the sides. I wanna show you what the batter
looks like a little better, so let’s transfer this into a large bowl. At home, you don’t have to, but this way, you can really
see what’s in the mixture. For the carrots, you can
grate them like I did, or buy matchstick carrots
and give them a coarse chop. I’m also going to chop some fresh pineapple into these muffins. Although I’m not an early morning person, I’m really learning to become one, ’cause I’ve found that I feel
a lot better when I exercise, and the only time this
busy mom has to herself is really early in the morning. Plus, it’s great to get back
around 6:30 in the morning, and still have the whole day to myself. I not only feel better physically,
but also on the inside. Now that we have the batter ready, I’m going to distribute
it into lined muffin tins. You could also oil or spray these, but I prefer the easy clean-up. In the oven they go for about 22 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in
the middle comes out clean. These muffins are really
moist and super delicious. Make sure you let them
cool down completely before eating them. Moist, full of fiber and
nutrition, simply delicious. For the recipe, make sure you click on
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