By Simon O’MearaPosted January 27, 2018 05:11:00While the best and most nutritious muffins may vary from region to region, there is no denying that muffins are a vital part of any healthy diet.
Here are the top five muffins, with a few caveats.1.
English muffins: There are a number of different types of muffins out there, but the most commonly consumed are the sweet ones, the brown ones and the chocolate ones.
They all have a similar texture, but are also made with a high fat content, meaning they’re high in calories.
However, they are often high in protein, so there is some value in eating them if you are trying to lose weight or you’re on a high protein diet.2.
Black and white muffinsWith the exception of chocolate muffins that have a black bean filling, the most popular type of muffin are white and black, although other colours may be used.
They are also often high protein, with high fibre and a low amount of calories.3.
White and white chocolate muffin: The most popular chocolate mufflin is the white and white variety.
They have a very similar texture to the white, chocolate muffino, but have more protein, and are high in fibre.
It’s a good choice if you want to be healthy but don’t want to have to add extra calories.4.
Creamy muffinsThere are many types of creamy muffins made with butter or margarine, which are often used in the same recipe as the white muffin.
The butter or cream helps to break down the muffins in the oven, but if you use the margarine the muffin will still have a creamy consistency.5.
Strawberry muffins Strawberry muffin have been around for a while, but it may be more common now that strawberries are gaining popularity.
Strawberry muffins are typically white and cream, and they are high protein.
They’re also high in sugar, so they can be used to make smoothies, muffins or any type of sweet treat.
What are the health benefits of mufflin?
Health benefits:If you’re looking to lose excess weight, try muffins as a substitute for your standard muffin recipe.
They’ll be easier to prepare and will help you lose more weight in less time.
Muffins can help to lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol and blood sugar, and may help to prevent heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
Mixed fruits and vegetables are good for you: Muffins contain plenty of fibre, vitamins A, C, K, iron, zinc and manganese, and a variety of other nutrients.
They also contain vitamin B6, which helps to prevent skin cancer.
How to make muffinsMuffin recipes usually consist of one or two ingredients, usually fruit, vegetable or nut.
They vary in terms of how much fat they contain, but usually the main ingredient is a mixture of sweet and savoury ingredients, with the rest being a combination of egg whites, cream and milk.
The type of sugar used varies depending on the recipe, with some recipes including only one ingredient, but others include both a sweetener and a dairy milk substitute.
The final ingredient is usually egg yolks, which have been added to the mixture to help with the spreadability.
The sweetener usually comes from coconut oil, although it can also come from agave or maple syrup, or from other sources such as sugarcane syrup, maple syrup or coconut oil.
Makes: A cup of muffinoIngredients:2 large eggs1/2 cup plain flour2 teaspoons baking powder2 teaspoons ground cinnamon1/4 teaspoon salt1 cup chopped strawberries1 cup cream1 cup sugar2 tablespoons butter1 cup margarine1 teaspoon vanilla extractMethod: Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well, but do not over mix.
Nutritional values:Muffinos are very high in fat, which means you’ll need to eat plenty of them to make a healthy meal.
A low fat muffin should have a lower calorie content, so make sure you have enough protein and fibre to help you maintain a healthy weight.