Spelt flour raspberry muffins are a lightly sweetened snack to pair with your morning coffee. These muffins are sweetened with applesauce and coconut sugar, and have a delicious hint of orange zest.
Spelt flour is a delicious nutrient dense flour to use in your baking if you’re not gluten-free. It has a mild, nutty flavor, and nutrients like iron, magnesium and zinc.
These raspberry muffins are a perfect treat to make for the week that aren’t overly sweet, and are a nutrient-rich baked good to fuel your day.
These spelt flour raspberry muffins are:
- simple to make
- deliciously satisfying
- made with nourishing ingredients
- lower in sugar
- bursting with raspberries
These muffins are made with spelt flour, coconut sugar, apple sauce, orange zest, and a few other simple ingredients. Spelt flour can be used as an equal substitute for regular flour in most recipes, while providing a bit of fiber and protein.
I love incorporating applesauce into my baked goods because of the texture it provides. Applesauce can help add moisture to a recipe, and replace some of the oil, while also adding a natural sweetness.
You can serve these muffins warmed or at room temperature. I love to pop them in the mini toaster for a couple of minutes, and top them with vegan butter.
Since they’re not overly sweet, they’re a delicious morning snack when you aren’t hungry quite yet for a big breakfast.
You guys are going to love this simple recipe! I can’t wait for you all to try them.