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Blueberry Muffin ~ Low Carb, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, AIP

In my health battle, I have had to eat using the autoimmune protocol, which is very restrictive. After a while, eating meat, fruit, and veggies gets boring. I was really missing some good old fashioned baked goods one morning, so I played around with an idea for a muffin. I was desperate, so I was willing to eat it even if it was a flop. Thankfully, it was successful!

AIP Blueberry Muffin

Gelatin Egg Substitute for AIP
1 tablespoon Gelatin, 1 tablespoon room-temp or cool water, 2 tablespoons boiling or very hot water; whisk gelatin in cold water and then whisk in hot water until completely dissolved.
  1. In a small bowl or large mug whisk together all ingredients except blueberries until well combined.
  2. Let the batter stand for 3-5 minutes. It will thicken as the coconut flour absorbs much of the liquid. The batter should be quite thick after resting. If, however, it seems dry and clumpy, add the remaining coconut milk a splash at a time until you reach a thick muffin batter consistency.
  3. Fold in blueberries.
  4. Microwave for at least 1 min. Microwaves vary, so check the center of the muffin. If it is still significantly wet, continue to cook for 30 seconds at a time until it is slightly moist in the center.

I am in the reintroduction phase of autoimmune protocol, so thankfully I am adding new foods back each week. This is one recipe I’m going to continue to make. It’s become one of my favorites, and since it is free of grains, gluten, sugar, soy, and dairy healthy~but so indulgent!

 

Jesus follower since 1987, wife since 1993, mommy since 1996, working from home since 1998, homeschooling my 4 blessings since 2003 (two of whom have graduated and are currently in college). This is my calling: to encourage, coach, and mentor women, helping them find balance in their lives as they depend on The Lord–to cheer them on and lift them up on their quest for rubies amidst the ruckus and struggle of day-to-day living. I am a Trim Healthy Mama, encourager, lifestyle blogger, organizer, time manager, and wellness enthusiast (currently healing from hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue), and life coach. I am also a small business owner of two businesses: www.ruckusandrubies.com and www.etsy.com/shop/treasuredsparrow.

2 Comments

  • Crystal Twaddell

    I’m very excited to give these a try because we also deal with autoimmune issues in my family, and I’m looking for ways we can get a little more creative. Thanks so much for sharing on Fresh Market Friday linkup, and WELCOME!

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