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Muffins are awesome. They are full of wonderful things, well… not every muffin is made the same way. But here is a way to get some protein and a laundry list of goodness in your body.

My oldest daughter just turned three in November and she has always been a muffin girl. But not always the best eater. I was so happy to finally buy my mill a few years back. I have seen a difference in our skin and digestive tract by improving our diet with milling. You’d be surprised to know all the benefits of fresh milled wheat as suppose to milled wheat or that other white stuff I am trying to avoid eating with every grain in my body. Pun intended. 😉

As far as skin goes, I have had less breakouts and periods of no psoriasis and skin irritations. It goes the same for my daughter for skin irritations and less psoriasis breakouts. The reason? Vitamin E is prominent in these hard red wheat grains. And, high in fiber keeping your tract clear by regular movements. You intestines are your immunity and when they get backed up or if they are in distress with irritable bowl, celiac disease or constipation so on. You feel like crud and you may even look like… never-mind.  All these factors with a laundry list of other benefits I hope to share gradually for you all in time. I will attach a link for your convenience on how I started with the help of The Bread Beckers.

The photos above may amaze you, that you can eat beans in foods. My hubby does not like the texture of beans and is a pretty picky eater and he devours these. It is worth your time to try. If you do not have a mill, I noticed that Whole Foods has a grinder now with different types of wheat types to choose from. Here is the recipe below, with the detailed items I used. I owe a big thanks to The Bread Beckers for this recipe as well as other recipes I will share in time. 🙂

What on earth is Ezekiel Bread? Or Ezekiel mix?

Well, the biblical reference is taken from The Old Testament, the book of  Ezekiel 4:9. It is considered a fasting bread. Ezekiel was commanded by God to eat a certain about of this bread everyday. He would be the bare of Israels sins. Here is the link to Ezekiel if you’d like to read from this story, directly from the source.

“Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself. You are to eat it during the 390 days you lie on your side. ”  

Let’s just say, Ezekiel survived off of this bread for a long time.

Combine these un-ground grains to make the mix. This can be used to make the bread. But I will be providing the muffin recipe.

2 1/2 cups hard red wheat
1 1/2 cups spelt (rye can work too)
1/2 cup hulled barley
1/4 cup millet
1/4 cup lentils (green lentil)
2 tbs. great northern bean
2 tbs. red kidney beans
2 tbs. pinto beans

Sweet Potato Muffin or Pumpkin Muffin      (recipe from Bread Beckers notes via Melanie C.)
Preheat oven to 350

Measurements before grinding:
Note: I like to make a big batch of Ezekiel mix and then prep little pre-sorted containers of this mixture for easy muffin preparation. Also, I spray the muffin liners with Bakers Joy for easy removal of muffin from liner.

¾ cup Ezekiel (mixture from above)
¼ Spelt
¼ Oat Groats

Grind then Add:

½ Cup Sucanat
1 tsp Cinnamon
½ tsp Nutmeg
1 tsp Baking soda
¼ tsp Baking powder
¼ tsp real salt

Whisk dry ingredients together

Combine dry with wet:

Sweet Potato Muffins:                                                                                  Pumpkin Muffins:

2 (6oz) jars sweet potato baby food                                                       1 cup canned Pumpkin
¼ cup coconut oil or olive oil                                                                  ¼ cup unsweetened applesauce
¼ cup honey                                                                                                    ¼ cup coconut oil or olive oil
2 eggs                                                                                                                   ¼ cup honey
½ cup mini chocolate chips                                                                       2 eggs
½ cup mini chocolate chips
Bake 18 minutes

 

I hope you enjoy these muffins as much as our household does. The history behind this is interesting as well. Thank you for visiting my post. I hope you have a blessed day. Here is one of my favorite quotes that I hope may brighten your day. It may be cloudy, but it can be bright =)

 

“Do not anticipate trouble,

or worry about what may never happen.

Keep in the sunlight.”
                         ~Benjamin Franklin

 

 

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