FLAX MUFFIN IN A MUG

How was everyone’s holidays? If they were as crazy chaotic as mine, then I totally understand!! Things for us got a little more crazy than expected and are currently extending our stay with family. BUT thank God for homeschooling!!! Cuz we haven’t missed a beat! We also started a new unit study with Gather Round Homeschool, SPACE!!! And Ohmygosh are we loving it! And when I say “we”, I totally mean myself included! We even started creating a solar system that we are adding each planet to it as we learn about it. I may be sad when this unit is over!

But since things have been off schedule, off routine and just all around upside down, finding good filling foods has been a challenge these days. Especially since I’m not home with my own kitchen and ability to stick it up like normal. But my baby sister reminded me of this recipe I passed on to her years ago. Tried it this morning and remembered why I loved it so much! AND the best part: mix it in a microwave safe mug, microwave for 2 min and done! Top it with peanut butter or whatever you like and it’s even better!
Can you tell I’m excited? Give it a try!

Flax Muffin In A Mug

1/4 cup ground flaxseed

1 tsp baking soda

1 egg

2 tablespoons milk of choice

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

dash of sea salt

optional: add in a drizzle of honey, half mashed banana, chocolate chips, berries, nuts, etc.. get creative

  1. Mix all ingredients together in a microwave safe mug
  2. microwave for 2 minutes
  3. Top with peanut butter, honey, Nutella, jam, whatever or leave it plain
  4. Enjoy a filling muffin to get you going!

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