Managing Cravings With Primal Alternatives: Blueberry Muffins

To manage our carb cravings, Amanda and I decided to make some primal blueberry muffins made with almond meal. We used the recipe from The Cavewoman’s Kitchen. Sure, it has some honey and maple syrup, but if it keeps us from eating bread or going to Krispy Kreme, we are willing to call it good. Once we have our cravings under control, we will reevaluate how much honey and other sweeteners we eat. (We honestly don’t eat much as it is.)

We used almond meal instead of almond flour.  (Almond meal has the skin, almond flour doesn’t – just blanched almonds.) We also didn’t use arrowroot powder, since we couldn’t find any. Instead, we used a little more almond flour and an extra egg.

Here is our result. They were delicious.

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About Chuck Grimmett

Web consultant, photographer, and problem solver. I also cook a lot and am learning to make data visualizations.
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2 Responses to Managing Cravings With Primal Alternatives: Blueberry Muffins

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