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September 10, 2014


It is that time of year again when I am in the kitchen and going absolutely crazy. I love developing recipes for my family and special friends. When I say special it is not what most people think. My “special” friends are those with food issues. Today’s treat is oatmeal muffins.

Here is what you need:

Light olive oil
Coconut beverage (milk or water)
Baking powder


Instead of using flour, this recipe calls only for oatmeal. I divide the oatmeal in half and place one half of the oatmeal in a blender/food processor and mill it into a flour consistency. While this is being done I place the remaining of the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl with the raisins and mix. This coats the raisins and keeps them from sinking to the bottom of the mixture. Then, I beat the egg in a separate bowl and add it along with the oil and coconut beverage to the dry ingredients.


Although I use coriander, you can use cinnamon, nutmeg or any spice that fits your taste.


Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. This should make 12 muffins.


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