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Five fruit brunch muffins- dairy and sugar free

Start your day with these delicious dairy and sugar free muffins. Packed full of oats and containing five fruits, it's a  great way to kick start your morning.
January blues are best beaten away with healthy eating. These scrummy muffins are dairy and sugar free, plus are packed full of fruit. My dairy free baking habit was kick started after my son was born. He had a milk protein allergy, so I had to kiss dairy good bye in order to keep breastfeeding him. In the run up to my daughter's birth I'm experimenting with some dairy free bakes, to freeze and thaw once she is born, so I can cut dairy out of my diet again.

 To make these five fruit brunch muffins:

Ingredients to make two dozen muffins

One punnet blueberries
One punnet raspberries
Two Apple's (chopped)
Two bananas (mushed)
One cup of raisins
Two cups of oats
One cup of self raising flour
One tablespoon cinnamon
One tablespoon local honey
One table spoon of flax seed
Half cup of fruit juice
Five eggs

How to make healthy muffins

Preheat your oven to 180c
Mix all the fruit and dry ingredients together in a bowl, mix in the fruit juice by stirring well.
Break the eggs into the mix and gently stir them into the mix
Pour the mix into your muffin trays 
Bake for 15 minutes

Allow to cool, and then enjoy, just like Froggy.

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