Raspberry Yogurt Muffins
Updated: Sep 22, 2020
With 5g fibre, 8g protein, 4g sugar and 17g net carbs (full nutrition facts below), these muffins make perfect low-glycemic snack, or even a quick on the go breakfast. You can substitute the raspberries in this recipe for blueberries or another type of berry if you prefer. You can use the recipe for regular-sized muffins or mini-muffins. Keep in mind that mini-muffins will not take as long to cook.
Raspberry Yogurt Muffins
2 ½ cups rolled oats
1/2 cup protein powder (I use Profi Pro vegan protein powder, get 10% off with code SUSTAIN10)
3 cups whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
¾ cups oil of choice (coconut, avocado, etc.)
1/3 cup brown sugar or brown sugar substitute
3 eggs or 3 flax eggs or 6 egg whites
2 cups coconut yogurt, or plain yogurt, regular or Greek
2 cups frozen raspberries
1. Preheat oven to 350°F and coat muffin pan with cooking spray.
2. In a large bowl, combine oats, flour, baking soda and salt. Set aside.
3. In another bowl, lightly beat oil and brown sugar to combine. Add eggs, one at a time, and beat. Mix in yogurt.
4. Add wet mixture to dry ingredients and mix just until combined. Do not over-mix. Fold in raspberries.
5. Fill muffin compartments ¾ full. Bake approximately 20 minutes or until toothpick inserted in muffin comes out clean.
Per Serving: 225 calories, 23g carbs, 4g sugar, 5g fibre, 8g protein, 11g fat, 1g saturated fat, 95mg sodium. Net carbs: 18g.
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Felicia Newell is a Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, Food and Nutrition Expert, Health Coach, and a mom of 4 boys under 7! She is also the owner of Sustain Nutrition. Felicia wears many hats, and knows what it is like to try and live healthy in a busy world, where our environments aren't always supportive of making healthy choices. Life is busy, confusing at times, and full of contradictions, especially in the world of health and wellness. Felicia is passionate in helping others fight through the misinformation out there, and to navigate life and health, but most importantly, to enjoy it while doing it. She has over 11 years of education and experience in Nutritional Sciences. Between completing her Bachelor and Masters in Nutritional Sciences, working at a research centre, teaching university courses, years of nutrition counselling helping people crush their goals, and being a busy mom of 4 young boys, she has the passion, skills, education, and experience to help you reach your health and wellness in a way that works for YOU.