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An easy and quick recipe to prepare pear muffins without sugar.
140 g of spelt flour
50 g of almond flour
2 spoonfuls of starch
a pinch of salt
half a teaspoonful of baking powder
hal a teaspoonful of powdered cinnamon
half a teaspoonful of fresh grated ginger
100 ml of oil
2 spoonfuls of wildflower honey
1 teaspoonful of vanilla syrup
pistachios for the decoration
Preheat the oven at 180°C. Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well. In another bowl beat the eggs with oil, honey and a spoonful of vanilla syrup. If you don’t manage to melt the eggs and honey, use a blender. Combine the mixtures so obtained until smooth.
Peel and dice the pears and add them to the concoction. Scoop it into the muffin moulds and add chopped pistachios on top. Bake for about 20/25 minutes, until cooked.
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