My sister is not a baker and she’s not a Blogger as her t-shirt (below) clearly states.
What she is though, is a Foodie. And a bit of a health nut. While I’m still not too sure about Banting and what it’s all about, and this is the part where you shoot me because I’m not even on the low GI band wagon, she has the low down on many things Banting and this has even inspired the inner baker to surface. Yay, she is related to me after all! In our family we bake and even create our own recipes from time to time. But this is supposed to be a recipe post so let me get on with it. FYI this is not a family recipe.
Flourless Savoury Muffins
1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
3 Tbsp Psyllium Husk
1 Handful Cheese
Pinch of salt
Whisk eggs and add all the other ingredients. Mix thoroughly. Spray muffin tray with Spray and Bake. Scoop mixture in the tray and bake in preheated oven (180 degrees) for 20 minutes.
Before my sister’s baking episode I’d never heard of Psyllium Husk. A quick Google search later and these are a few of the benefits.
– It contains fibre and therefore aids in digestive health.
– It’s said to lower Cholesterol levels too.
– It can lower your risk of heart disease.
– Drumroll… Aids in weightloss.
* Psyllium Husk can be found at most health shops and a popular store that starts with W.
According to her the muffins are super tasty. I have yet to taste it so I guess I’ll have to take her word for it for now. If it’s as good as she says it is then it’s more than enough to convince me to get onto the Bant(ing)wagon. This ignorant doesn’t need much convincing when it comes to food and treats 😉 Except maybe dates. I don’t eat dates.
* This was not a sponsored post.
How? How can you not eat dates???? Also . Awesome recipe.Am always on the lookout for banting friendly savouries. I have a banting cracker I snack on constantly that contains Psyllium husk – great to know all the benefits you have highlighted here 😊Your sister’s kwaai!
Would you believe if I say dates are too sweet for my sweet tooth? Funny right. I’ll see about getting some more banting friendly savoury recipes 😉