Healthy Irish Soda Bread Muffins

Hello Readers! My blog is turning into a food website with some workout updates mixed in! Haha it’s all good, I enjoy eating, cooking, baking and working out, so why not share the things I enjoy. Hopefully over the summer when I have more time I can get to updating more. But for now it’s WIAW, Weekly Workouts and some random recipes and such thrown in!

Anyway, sorry for the tangent. So Friday night I was laying in bed and naturally thought about baking haha. I was like you know, St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, I’m going to try my hand at Irish Soda Bread! So I did some googling and found this recipe.

I wanted to use Whole Wheat Flour since I had it on hand and I didn’t want to have to buy a ton more ingredients at the store. I did have to buy buttermilk but other than that I used what I had on hand. I also ended up using half a cup of applesauce that I had instead of the butter because I didn’t have any in the house! Other than that I followed the recipe exactly. I used TJs plump black seedless raisins too.

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How cute is this spatula that I got for Christmas from my mom? πŸ™‚Β 

Oh! Instead of forming them into two loaves, I decided to make them into muffins by spraying the muffin tin and then putting the dough in that way. I only had to bake them for about 20 minutes rather than the 35 minutes that the recipe suggests.

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They are really good! Yummy if you toast them and put butter or jam or a nut butter on them too! A great breakfast or yummy snack! The only sugar in them comes from the raisins and tablespoon of honey so no added sugar is a plus! Enjoy!

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