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Makes 12 mini muffins,
1 Ripe banana
1/4 Cup Spectrum Vegetable Shortening
1 Large egg
1/2 Tsp baking powder
1/2 Tsp baking soda
1 Cup Pamela's Tigernut Flour
1/4 Cup Swerve brown sugar sweetener
1 Tbsp Swerve granular sweetener
1 Tbsp Almond milk
1/4 Cup Dairy-free chocolate chips
1/4 Cup raw pumpkin seeds
1. In a medium bowl add the banana and egg and beat with a hand mixer. Add the shortening and sugars and beat again. Add the baking powder, soda, flour and oat milk and beat on low speed until blended.
2. Fold in chocolate chips and pumpkin seeds.
3. Line 12 mini muffin pan with paper liners. Use a small ice cream scoop to drop batter into muffin pan.
4. Bake in a 350-degree oven for 18-20 minutes. Remove and cool. Enjoy!
TIP OF THE WEEK
Does springtime leave you coughing and sneezing? Ease the symptoms of seasonal allergies naturally by incorporating these foods into your diet:
Wasabi: That’s right, the spicy green stuff that usually comes with your sushi order can help to alleviate allergy symptoms. Thanks to its bold, spicy taste, eating wasabi can help to open your sinuses, making breathing during allergy season easier.
Fatty fish: Rich in Omega-3’s DHA and EPA, eating fatty fish such as salmon, sardines, and tuna can help reduce inflammation and prevent swelling, which can decrease the symptoms of spring allergy season.
Pineapple: Not only is it delicious, pineapple contains the enzyme extract bromelain, which can help to reduce seasonal allergy symptoms, such as itchy eyes and a runny nose.
Almonds: High in magnesium, which has shown to reduce allergic reactions and relax airways making it easier to breathe.
Allergy season can be dreadful, but you may be able to reduce pollen allergy symptoms naturally with these foods.