I’m always looking for a new and crazy recipe inspiration, something odd and out there, and this is because I get bored easily with the most commonplace dishes that make up the American diet.
Does this mean I’m boring?
Or does the pursuit of new baking ideas make me an innovator? The antilogoi to boring?
Did you ever think food preparation could be so philosophical?
I did and do. Just read my “Philosophies & Such” page.
Or make this warm brunch treat and see what you can learn about yourself.
3 T nondairy milk
1/2 T melted vegan butter or applesauce
1/4 large egg or flax egg, mixed
1/2 T stevia
1/4 cup spelt or white whole wheat flour
dash of baking powder
splash of vanilla
optional: dash of salt
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease whatever pan you’d like to bake in. Set aside.
In a small bowl, mix all dry ingredients. Then blend in wet.
Transfer to prepared dish and bake for 6-7 minutes for mini muffins, 10-12 for the hotcake heart.
Serve warm and top with whatever you like. Pure maple syrup is delicious, but so is my favorite cream cheese frosting.
- Sunrise Banana-Oat Muffin (collegiateculinaire.wordpress.com)