How to Make Almond Flour Banana Muffins | Low Carb, Sugar and Gluten Free Recipe

How to Make Almond Flour Banana Muffins | Low Carb, Sugar and Gluten Free Recipe

September 11, 2019 14 By William Morgan


– I’ve got this.
Hey guys, today we’re making,
almond flour banana muffins recipe.
They’re one of the top 10
recipes on iFOODreal.com,
and there is a reason for that,
because they do melt in your mouth.
They’re so purely soft,
and moist and they’re just so delicious.
And they’re naturally sweetened,
there is no maple syrup or honey,
not to mention sugar.
And they are gluten free,
and they are just so super amazing,
and they come together in a blender or,
in a food processor.
Now I have tried blender,
but many of the readers said
they used food processor,
or even the hand mixer, and it worked.
So I wanna see it for myself.
So let’s do it.
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You will need three large, ripe bananas,
yellow with brown spots, and
the uglier is the better.
And that’s how I open bananas,
might be probably not the way
the rest of the world does,
but it works for me.
Add the bananas to a blender,
eggs,
vanilla extract,
cinnamon, baking soda,
baking powder and salt.
And process until smooth.
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Then pause the blender
and add almond flour,
all there is to almond flour is just,
processed, ground up, blanched almonds.
And process again, just until combined,
you will have to pause
and scrape the walls,
just to make your batter
a smooth consistency.
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If you’re experienced
enough with the blender,
you can add chocolate chips
and give it a few pulses,
or you can just add chocolate chips,
and stir them with the spatula,
right inside the blender jar.
Everything comes together in one blender,
there is no need for an extra bowl.
And I tried the same banana
muffins in a food processor,
and they came out just fine.
The batter had some banana chunks in it,
but once I added almond flour,
they got more incorporated
with the batter,
and it came out beautiful.
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I like to bake muffins
in a silicon muffin tin,
or non-stick muffin tin with baking cups,
and sprayed with cooking spray.
You probably don’t have to spray,
because I really doubt muffins
will stick, nut to be safe.
Then using a large ice
cream or cookie scoop,
divide the batter among 12 openings,
and you will probably have
leftover batter in the blender,
so just distribute it using
the spatula and your fingers.
Be real, be normal, I
do it, everyone does it.
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Then bake at 350 degrees for half an hour.
Now let’s admire my Christmas
socks and Walmart slippers for a second.
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Your muffins are ready when
they have a golden top,
or the toothpick comes out almost clean.
They’re just so moist.
And now look at this,
aren’t they beautiful?
So moist and full of chocolate chips.
So I found no difference between,
food processor and blender
versions, both work,
and hand mixer as well,
they look a little bit different
but they tasted the same.
Alright, muffins are ready, let’s try one.
The truth is I already tried one,
and another truth is
half of them are like,
half broken for the beauty, money shot,
but let’s try one.
Oh my gosh it’s so good,
looks so good.
(moans)
I don’t know if you can see,
that they’re so moist,
not overly sweet,
really good.
You can have this for breakfast,
here’s your tea,
well I do with tea, because I’m European,
or with coffee, so good.
Good for lunchboxes for
kids, kids love these.
– That’s good.
– [Host] What’s good?
– The chocolate chips.
– [Host] Chocolate chips?
Anything else good?
– The muffin.
– [Host] (laughs) The muffin is good?
– (laughs) Yeah.
– [ Host] Would you like them for school?
– Um-hum.
– [Host] Alright, two thumbs up?
Do two thumbs up.
So that’s it,
I hope you make my almond
flour banana muffins,
they’re super, super
good and super popular.
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give the thumbs up below.
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see you next time, bye.
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