Delicious Breakfast, Lunch Or Side Dish Recipe | Vegan Version Too!

If you haven't tried these yet - You must!
These freeze well and are great served for breakfast, 
lunch or any time of day. 

These little muffins would be great for a kids lunchbox they are a fantastic fun way to eat more organic veggies. In about an hour (20 mins prep time and 45mins in the oven) you can have 24 muffins - That's lunches for a month!




Makes 24 muffins:
2lb free-range organic meat 
(grind chicken in a food processor or use meat of your choice OR 2lb mashed cooked lentils)
2 organic free-range egg (or 2 tbs ground flax seed + 2 tbs water)
8 packed cups of grated organic vegetables ( Use your favorites *No tomatoes please. Try carrots, cabbage, kale, celery, onions, mushrooms, peppers, zucchini...Grate or grind them in a food processor.)
2 large cloves of fresh organic garlic (chopped) (optional)
1 cup of ground oats or your favorite nuts/seeds (use your coffee grinder and make it crumby - I use sunflower & sesame seeds)
1/8 cup grated organic cheese (optional)
3 tbs fresh oregano
Celtic salt & pepper & spices to taste (about 1/4 cup total)
Grind all veggies in a food processor. place in a large mixing bowl then cut meat into small chunks and grind in the food processor. Add all ingredients together and mash well. Separate into 24 balls and place into a muffin tin oiled with organic olive oil or lined with muffin papers.



Bake on 350 for 45 minutes. 
Remove from oven and spread with glaze. (optional)

For the glaze:
  • 12 tsp organic mustard
  • 12 tsp organic honey (or 6 pureed organic dates or organic brown sugar)
  • 3 tsp organic ketchup (optional)

Place back in the oven on broil for 2 minutes.




Simple, easy, delicious!

To get the freshest tasting organic spices visit Mountain Rose Herbs, they ship world wide:

*Canadians can visit Well.ca for Celtic Salt and other ingredients.

*Those in the US can buy Celtic salt and other ingredients in my Amazon Store.

Comments

  1. Hi Judie!!! These look amazing....you inspire me to cook healthier!

    On another note, what kind of pillows do you have? Are they organic? And how would you wash your pillows? I have allergies and would love advice. Also, do you have
    Any area rugs in your home... I do but I am rethinking the use of rugs.

    Thanks again, Happy new year!
    Caroline

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  2. I have regular cotton pillows which I washed on delicate in our front loading washer with Dr. Bronners baby mild and hung them on the line for quite a long time before use. I usually buy pillows a few months before I intend on using them to let lots of rain, sun and wind clean them well. I use organic cotton pillow cases and sheets. I don't have any rugs, just a few organic cotton bath mats. I prefer to have as little fabric as possible around the house - The more fabric, the more dust and the more things I have to clean lol :)

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