The other day I had a huge craving for muffins. Yet I wasn’t about to go to a bakery and buy one full of sugar and flour—I wanted to make my own.
I thought about making these apple cinnamon protein muffins, but since it’s not exactly apple season, I decided to branch out and try making some blueberry ones.
But when I went to the store to try and buy some blueberries, they were completely out! That’s when I saw the raspberries (on sale, thanks Safeway), and an idea popped into my head: how about raspberry protein muffins?
So, I bought some raspberries and put together these muffins. They turned out INCREDIBLE!
Slightly sweet, wonderfully tender, and bursting with flavor, they’re all I’ve ever wanted in a muffin and more. Plus, they’re packed with protein and healthy ingredients to keep you full and satisfied whether you eat them for breakfast, as a pre-workout snack, or anytime of the day.
Here’s the recipe:
1 cup oats
1/2 cup Cinnamon Roll whey protein powder (or just use vanilla)
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
3/4 cup low fat cottage cheese
1/4 cup almond milk
2/3 cup raspberries (I used fresh ones)
2-3 dates (or your sweetener of choice)
Preheat your oven to 350 F. Blend all ingredients together except for the raspberries. Don’t forget to remove the pits from the dates before blending!
Add the raspberries and stir, then scoop the mixture into silicon muffin cups like these ones or paper liners that have been lightly sprayed.
Place in the oven and cook for 30 to 35 minutes, or until lightly browned on top. If the tops of the muffins split and look really crazy when you take them out of the oven, don’t worry—they’ll reform as normal looking muffins when they cool.
My favorite way to eat them is warmed with a little greek yogurt or almond butter on top, but you can enjoy them however you like. Just make sure to store any leftovers in the refrigerator, and enjoy!
Macros (per 1/10th recipe):
8 thoughts on “Raspberry High Protein Muffin Recipe”
i have done only bodyweight workouts so far.can i do kettlebell workouts?will it stunt my growth?bcoz i am a 15 year old male
Kettlebells are awesome, they won’t stunt your growth they’ll make you strong.
These look awesome, but I can’t eat dairy, any healthy non-dairy subs for cottage cheese? Thanks!
Hey, any good ideas for subs instead of the cottage cheese to make them dairy-free?
This was a huge success, even for a baking newbie like me! The most fantastic thing is, my daughter, a very picky eater, loved it and wanted to take it to school to share with her friends!! Thank you so much for sharing this. BTW, I’ve made this with blueberries the first time, and then with chocolate chips the second time, and both were big success!!
Yeah!!! That’s awesome, glad they turned out yummy. And chocolate chips… I’ll have to try that one!
Any switches for the oats? I eat clean and paleo if you will. I never understood the bad thing about oats…but can I use almond flour or coconut flour?
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