Muff’n Stuff Recipes- Plain Mix

Our plain mix is the perfect foundation to make a variety of baked goods for anyone with one or more of the 10 common food allergens or gluten issues. Our plain mix can be fun to experiment with too!

Here are some of our simple favorite variations that are sure to tempt the taste buds.

Vanilla Cupcakes/Muff’ns

This one is SUPER easy...

Needed:

1) Vanilla Extract

When you add the liquid ingredients to the mix, add 3 tsp Vanilla Extract. We use Spicely Organics Vanilla Extract for our recipes.

Scoop in to your muffin tins, bake, and enjoy!

Blueberry Muff’ns

Needed:

1) Vanilla Extract

2) 1 bag frozen or one pint organic blueberries

When you add the liquid ingredients to the mix, add 2 tsp Vanilla Extract. We use Spicely Organics Vanilla Extract for our recipes.

Then, after mixing the wet and dry ingredients together well, add the blueberries and fold in gently.

Scoop in to your muffin tins, bake, and enjoy!

Fruit Cobbler

Needed:

1) 2 tsp cinnamon

2) 4-6 cups fresh fruit (peaches, blueberries, blackberries, etc.)

3) 1/2 c sugar

4) 1 tsp guar gum

5) 1/2 c filtered water

6) 9x13" casserole pan (can use disposable)

In a sauce pot, add the fruit, sugar, and water. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and allow to simmer for 5 minutes. Set to the side and allow to cool before preparing to make your cobbler.

When preparing to sift your dry mix, add 2 tsp cinnamon and then sift.

Then, after mixing the wet and dry ingredients together well, add 3-4 cups of the cooked fruit depending on your original total amount. Make sure you have 1-2 cups remaining in the pot for later. Gently fold in your fruit.

Next, pour your batter in to the pre-greased casserole pan.

Bake in the oven for 35-45 minutes at 350 degrees, until the top springs back when you press it. Make sure all areas are done before taking it out of the oven.

During the time the cobbler is cooking, work on your finishing sauce. While the remaining fruit is cool, slowly sprinkle in and stir the guar gum in to the fruit mixture. Return to medium low heat and bring to a simmer. Allow to simmer for 2-3 minutes, stirring often, then take off the heat to rest.

You can serve your cobbler as squares, or chopped in cups or bowls, and covered with the remaining compote.

Banana Muff’ns

Needed:

1) Vanilla Extract

2) 2 1/2 very ripe bananas (the more ripe the better)

Using a bowl and a fork, mash the bananas in to a puree.

Next, when you add the liquid ingredients to the mix, add 2 tsp Vanilla Extract. We use Spicely Organics Vanilla Extract for our recipes.

Then, after mixing the wet and dry ingredients together well, add the bananas and fold in gently.

Scoop, bake, and enjoy!