Carrot Cake Muffins


Makes 20 muffins

5 scan bran and 2 weetabix
Or 4 weetabix
Zest of 1 orange
1 medium carrot grated on the fine side of the grater.
1 250g tub of quark
4 large free range eggs
30g of Stevia sweetener or whatever natural sweetener you like.
25g of Sultanas (chopped)
1/4 tsp of baking powder
1 tbsp of mixed spice
1 tsp of vanilla extract

•Break up the scan bran in a bowl, add 50ml of just boiled water and leave to soak. Then using a fork break up so all fibres are apart.

•Crumble in the 2 weetabix, add baking powder, sweetener and mixed spice. Mix well.

•Add the eggs, vanilla and quark and beat until you have a smooth batter. Then fold in the grated carrot and sultanas.

•Spray foil cases or silicone cases with low cal spray and add 1 heaped soup spoon of the batter to each case.

•Bake in a preheated oven @200°c for 30 to 35 minutes.

Remove from the cases and place on wire rack until cooled.


Eat as a muffin or slice open and fill with sweetened quark or fresh fruit.



TheNakedBlondie x

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Chloe Cartwright says:

    I am in love with your blog!

    I was just calculating syns and I asked my consultant to double check for me and she said to syn, sultanas, baking powder, sweetener and vanilla extract and weetabix unless using as a hexb. Im really confused as I thought sweetener and vanilla were free? Hope you can clear it up for me! Cannot wait to try these! X

    1. Sweetener and vanilla are free sweetheart they are in your book x

      1. Chloe Cartwright says:

        Thank you! Doubting the book because of what she said! I will make these tomorrow 🙂 Thank you x

      2. No matter what always go by your book or the online syns calculator x

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