Tuesday, April 9, 2019
There’s a BIG friends and family sale happening over at Beautycounter today. Save 15% site wide! Beautycounter doesn’t do sales like this all that often, so if you have your eye on something or need to stock up, now it’s definitely the time to do it!
And here’s a GIVEAWAY to win the best selling Overnight Resurfacing Peel!
To enter: Head over to @carrotsncake on Instagram, like the post, tag a friend, and a comment about your biggest skin care concern. I’ll randomly pick a winner tomorrow night. Good luck! ⠀
BONUS OFFER: Place an order for $250+ and receive a deluxe size sample (Rejuvenating line or Cleansing Balm) from me! I only have 25 deluxe samples, so be sure to hop on it! 🙂
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That’s a mouthful of a title, and these are a mouthful of a muffin! Add these to your Instant Pot “to make” list. First you’ll want to procure these great silicone molds that can be used for everything from brownies to egg bites to muffins. I actually bought them to make little egg bites (stay tuned) but haven’t tackled that recipe quite yet because muffins were calling my name!
I used an old recipe and made some tweaks to get the right volume to fill two of these molds and make 14 muffins. Since I’m new to the Instant Pot, I wasn’t sure how baking would go, but they turned out great!
Banana, chia, whole grain oats, whole wheat flour and eggs all provide great nutrition. Chocolate chunks, however, are a must.
Because the Instant Pot is a moist environment, these muffins are on the moist side. They don’t have a crispy muffin top like an oven-baked muffin. However, if you slice one in half and put it in a toaster oven or under the broiler of your big oven, they toast perfectly on the edges. Then slather on a little butter or peanut butter!
How To Make Them
Start by mixing the ingredients in a large bowl. Super easy!
Spray the molds with cooking spray or grease well, and then scoop the batter evenly between 14 spots. An ice cream scoop is particularly helpful.
Then set your Instant Pot to cook on high for 10 minutes, and natural release for 10 minutes. Pop them out on a rack to cool completely.
You can store these for a few days in a tupperware or freeze them. They are ideally best served right away, and as I mentioned above, they are best toasted!
Instant Pot Banana Chocolate Chunk Muffins
These easy muffins are packed with real food and taste great sliced, toasted, with a little butter or peanut butter on top!
- 1 cup plain whole milk yogurt
- 4 eggs
- 1/3 cup maple syrup
- 1 tbsp butter (melted)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup Quaker Rolled Oats
- ½ cup whole wheat flour
- 1 banana (mashed)
- ½ cup chocolate chunks
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- ¼ tsp salt
- Combine all the wet ingredients together in a large bowl, eggs, yogurt, maple syrup, butter, vanilla extract, and banana and mix thoroughly.
- Add in the dry ingredients (oats, whole wheat flour, chocolate chunks, chia seeds, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt and fold gently so that the batter is not overmixed.
Spray two silicone molds with cooking spray.
Use an ice cream scoop for ease and fill the molds to the top.
Pour 1 cup of water into the Instant Pot and place the wire rack down to stack the first silicone mold on top. (Note do not put the lids on the molds – they might melt!)
Place 3 metal mason jar tops on top of the first silicone mold to allow for the muffins to expand.
Place the second mold on top of the mason jars.
Put on Instant Pot lid and turn the pressure release knob to the sealed position.
- Cook on high pressure for 10 minutes and then use the natural release for 10 minutes to release the extra pressure.
- Let the muffins cool and serve with a little bit of butter or your favorite nut butter!
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