“Magic” Microwave Muffins

Very quick and easy microwave muffin recipe for those of you who love bready things…this recipe makes ONE very large muffin that is a complete BFL meal.

(Basic muffin)
4 1/2 T. protein powder (chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry)
4 1/2 T. oatmeal (can be whole or ground)
1/4 tsp. baking soda
2-3 packets of Splenda to taste
1/2 c. water (Cut this down to 1/3 c. if your muffin comes out too
mushy, overflows your cooking container, or if you add fruit.)

(Optional Add-ins–mix and match)
Fruit: 1/4 c. fruit fresh or frozen (peaches, cherries, strawberries,
blueberries, mixed berries all work well)

Nuts: 1 T. ground almonds or walnuts

Flavoring: 1/2 t. cocoa (to boost chocolate flavored protein powder)
or 1/2 t. vanilla or almond extract (to boost vanilla or strawberry
protein powder)
1. Mix all of the Basic Muffin ingredients together in a 2-3 cup glass
or ceramic container (I use a 2 cup Pyrex measuring cup.) Plastic
causes the mix to heat up too quickly and overflow.

2. If you want to add a bit of texture, flavor, and healthy fat, you
can mix and match ingredients from the optional Add-ins area, but
don’t choose more than one item from each category. Stir in your
extra ingredients.

3. Microwave the mix for 2 minutes on high. The “muffin” will climb
the sides of the container, so you might want to put a plate
underneath it.

4. Wait for the muffin to cool and deflate to normal size. 🙂
Ignore the lopsided look of the muffin and dig in. Enjoy!

Combinations I’ve tried:

a) Chocolate protein, mixed berries, walnuts, and cocoa
b) Vanilla protein, peaches, almonds, and almond extract
c) Vanilla protein, peaches, walnuts, and vanilla extract
d) Strawberry protein, blueberries
e) Strawberry protein, strawberries, ground almonds and vanilla extract
f) Vanilla protein, blueberries, walnuts, and vanilla extract
g) Chocolate protein, cherries, almonds, and cocoa

Nutrition stats for the basic muffins if you use Myopro Whey are: 166
calories, 17g carb,
18.5g protein, 2.9g fat (1.1g sat fat), 2g fiber

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