Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Veggie Oat Muffins


Before I share this recipe, I would like to let all my lovely readers know that I will be contributing to Inspiration Cafe on the last Thursday of every month. I am really excited to be joining everyone. There are some amazing things on the blog so go and have a look. If you want to see the crochet longies pattern that I shared today, you can find it here.

Now on to some veggie oat yumminess :)


I love finding ways to sneak vegetables into my kids as they have both gotten really fussy as they've gotten older. I have previously made this recipe in a flat tray to make flapjacks and they go down well too. I like this muffin version better though because it's pre-portioned and easier to just grab and go.

Veggie Oat Muffins (Makes 12)

1 x large carrot, grated
1 x large courgette, grated
1 x large red onion, or 2 x small, grated
1 x garlic clove, peeled and minced
100g hard goat's cheese, grated
100g porridge oats
1 x extra large egg, or 2 x medium
seasoning (plenty of black pepper, pinch of turmeric, pinch of chilli powder, big pinch mixed herbs)
1/2 tsp garam masala


Grate your veg and cheese in a food processor with the grater attachment on to save time and save your hands. Remove the grater attachment then add all remaining ingredients to the food processor and mix well. Line a 12 hole muffin pan with cases and divide the mixture between them. Cook at 200C / GM6 for 45 minutes or until the egg has set and the top has nicely browned.

Yummy!! These never last long at all in my house!

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2 comments:

thereandbackagainamotherstale said...

These look amazing, something to tempt my baby girl who is currently refusing to be spoonfed!

Maria said...

These sound so good and I love how they are filled with vegetables!

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