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MEALWORM BLUEBERRY MUFFINS


In the photo, there are mealworm blueberry muffins – a great protein source, but also a great source of antioxidants.

Not only are these muffins high in protein, but blueberries also make them a great source of antioxidants. So whether it’s a breakfast treat you’re looking for, or a tasty and healthy on the go snack, these muffins are perfect.

 

Serves: 6 muffins

Time: 30 mins



INGREDIENTS


Buffalo Worm Powder - 30g

Baking Powder - 2 tsp

Vanilla Bean Paste - 1 tsp

Large Rolled Oats - handful

Plain Flour - 150g

Egg - 1

Milk - 120ml

Vegetable Oil - 60ml

Sugar - 60g

Frozen Blueberries - 120g



METHOD


1. DRY INGREDIENTS | 2 mins

  • Preheat oven to 190C fan/200c/gas

  • In a mixing bowl, combine all of the dry ingredients: mealworm powder, flour, sugar and baking powder, mixing thoroughly.


2. WET INGREDIENTS | 3 mins

  • Add the egg, vegetable oil, milk and vanilla bean paste, to a bowl and beat together.

  • Then stir in the frozen blueberries, so they are evenly mixed through the batter.


3. DEPOSIT INTO CASES | 5 mins

  • Spoon the mix into a deep muffin tin lined with paper cases, making sure not to fill them all the way to the top. Top with a pinch of oats for that fancy look.


4. BAKE & SERVE | 20 mins

  • Bake for 20 mins or until well risen and golden brown.

  • Whilst hot, top with a sprinkling of rolled oats then leave to cool on a cooling rack.


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