2. Grease and prepare 12 muffins molds and preheat the oven to200 degrees C.
3. Beat the egg into the oat mixture followed by the avocados. Then add the flour sifted together with salt, baking powder and soda bicarb. Do not over mix. Add the pepper and chopped olives, and bake for 15-20 min till an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
You start by soaking the oats overnight then the next day, add the flavour and blueberries and bake. If this happens with your oats just gently heat it in the microwave or over a pot of boiling water to bring it back to liquid
A couple years ago, my aunt was visiting from California, and she and my mom were grocery shopping. As I remember the story, my aunt promptly got on her phone to call someone back in California to tell them the unbelievable news - that my mom had just paid a whole dollar for an avocado
I try to post at least one article a week and preferably on a Friday, but the last few weeks I’ve been so busy that I’ve run out of my prepared batch of recipes and found myself writing and editing in the weekend
Don’t forget these muffins freeze well, so go ahead and double the recipe. So, same daughter gets up, grabs one out of the freezer, pops it in the microwave for about a minute and has just made herself a warm and delicious breakfast that will fill her up way better than any sugar cereal could do
Top with the creamy avocado sauce and give everything a good but delicate stir. Some of you might remember that I suffered a knee injury back in February and as a result, was forced to take a break from training for a couple of weeks
Add avocadoand dried cranberries. My favorite salad (at the moment) is Zupas Nuts About Berries, and even though my salad doesn't contain the same things, the almonds and dressing were inspired by Zupas salad