One of the feature articles today was a recipe for microwave blueberry muffins. I love the microwave recipes for one serving, and frequently make the Single Serving Chocolate Brownie, which I found in the SP recipes (94 calories)
I would like to try the blueberry muffin recipe, but do not put eggs in anything.
I have a bag of Bob's Red Mill egg replacer from the health store that I use for replacing eggs in recipes. But I wasn't sure this would do to replace one eggwhite?
Oak Ash and Thorn
ps. In case you are a choco-holic like I am, the Brownie recipe is at:
It is a great bet for 94 calories. When I am feeling particularly decadent, I spoon 1/4 cup of vanilla lowfat yogurt over the top to make "ice cream and cake." Someday when I am feeling really brave, I may try adding a few chocolate chips. And ONE TIME, I doubled the recipe in a lightly larger microwave bowl. Was I ever stuffed for the rest of the day!
It is so quick and easy to make, and it entirely vanquishes my craving for chocolate!
Edited by: OAKASHANDTHORN at: 9/15/2013 (14:58)
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