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Orange + Thyme & Kombucha Muffins

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Summer is in full swing and so are all the busy schedules! It's been a while since I've posted anything on the blog, and I've been doing some recipe testing recently so wanted to share the results with you all. 😊

I can hardly believe that this month is the 5 year anniversary of Lapp It Up!. 5 years ago I had little clue what I was doing when I launched this business, so it's been a fun & wild ride all the way! I've learned so much and gained so many new friends through my experiences. I think my biggest take aways are that though life may throw you curve balls and the unknown future can be scary, as long as you keep plugging along towards those goals ( do the scary thing!) you will eventually get there. The timing isn't so important. What matters is that you don't give up when the days, months and years go by and you still aren't where you want to be.

I know you came here for a recipe though, so I won't keep you waiting any longer 😉

These muffins are the perfect breakfast or afternoon snack with a glass of iced tea, kombucha, or cold brew.

And since they contain no sugar or gluten and have probiotics they are so good for you.

If you don't have a sugar free granulated sweetener, feel free to substitute your favorite sweetener. Or leave them unsweetened. I'm sure these would be fine as a savory muffin as well. Let me know if you try that! So, let's get muffin making!

Orange + Thyme & Kombucha Muffins

Makes 1 dozen medium muffins

〰️1 cup gluten free flour ( I use Bella's)

〰️1 cup almond flour

〰️ 1/2 cup sugar free granulated sweetener (I use a blend of erythritol & stevia or monk fruit like this one )

〰️ 1 tsp baking powder

〰️1 tsp baking soda

〰️2 eggs

〰️1/2 cup kefir or sour cream

〰️1/2 cup kombucha (lemon ginger would be perfect)

〰️1/2 cup coconut oil melted

〰️ 2 tsp orange extract

〰️1 tbsp chopped fresh thyme

Blend all the dry ingredients together. Add in the eggs, oil, sour cream, kombucha, extract and thyme and stir just until mixed.

Fill greased muffin cups 3/4 full and bake at 350° for 15 minutes. Allow to cool a few minutes before taking them out of the muffin pan. Serve warm.

Let me know if you make these in the comments below. I'd love to hear how you like them!

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