RECIPE - BerryLicious Muffins (No Added Sugar!)

Berrylicious Muffinns

Colourful, delicious, healthy and with no added sugar these are wonderful in kids lunchboxes, for work or morning tea. The combination of berries and coconut flour is beautiful and sweetened with honey and stevia they are a healthier alternative.

·         1 cup organic coconut flour (find me in the health food section)
·         1 cup gluten free SR flour (or spelt flour + 1 t baking powder) 
·         1 free range egg
·         ¼ cup raw honey or maple syrup/rice malt syrup/stevia 
·         2 tablespoons flaxseed oil 
·         1 cup frozen mixed berries
·         1 cupNatural Acidophilus yoghurt (I use Maleny Dairies)
·         8 drops vanilla liquid stevia (or 1 teaspoon good quality vanilla paste)
·         ¼ cup butter
·         ½ cup almond, soy or dairy milk
·         Muffin cases

·         Preheat oven to 180’c.
·         Grease or line a muffin baking tray with muffin cases.
·         Whisk egg.
·         Combine egg with agave and vanilla stevia drops.
·         Stir in yoghurt and milk.
·         Tip the frozen berries into the mix, very carefully stir through.
·         Sift the flours together.
·         Gently fold the flour into the mixture, being very careful not to over mix.
·         Spoon mixture into the muffin tray.
·         Bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden and springs back from the touch.
·         Serve.
·         Freezable. Wrap individually and freeze.
·         Great, healthy recipe for school lunch boxes.

Toddler Tips
·         This is such a great choice for toddlers and kids. No added sugar!
·         Agave is said to have great nutritional benefits.
·         Berries are always popular with the littlies and good for them too.
·         These are a huge hit with my toddler. 

This recipe is from the Local Product Local Recipe - recipe cards I created in a historic endorsement with Maleny Supa IGA supermarket. Promoting local products and producers from our region. Y

Recipe & Food Image Photography ©RebeccaMugridge 2013


  1. Mmmmmmm yummy! I wonder if miss monkey would eat them. She's not much of a cake person.

    1. Thanks AMummys Life!
      They are a hit with my two girls and are great to make mini versions in a miniature muffin tin too XX

  2. I love your blog ... I'm always looking for healthy ways to please my kids' palates. Thank you for sharing another healthy and delicious choice.

    1. Thank you so much Suzanne! Your feedback made my day XXX

  3. I love berrylicious! Definitely have to try this for my almost 3 year old prince! He loves muffins :)

    1. Awesome Glenda! I am such a big berry fan :D XX

  4. Seems to me quite a delicious muffin with the anti oxidant power of berries.


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