Mini “whatever floats your boat” loaf

This is one of my ultimate favorites!  Not one of my recipes, but courtesy of Beverly International!  I love this!!

1 whole egg
3 egg whites
1/2 c. quick oats
1/2 tsp. baking powder
3 pks. Splenda
1/2 tsp. extract (i.e. vanilla, coconut, banana, lemon, maple etc.)
1/2 tsp. spice (cinnamon, nutmeg, poppyseeds, pumpkin pie spice etc.)

In mixing bowl add in order: eggs, whites, extract, oats, splenda, baking powder, spice. Mix with an electic mixer on low for about 30 sec. Just enough to wet the dry ingredients & break the yolk. Do not overmix; if you do the oats will sink to the bottom of the loaf or muffins. Pour into a mini loaf pan sprayed with Pam. Bake 35-40 minutes. The longer cooking time yields a crispier top.

(Can also be made into muffins. Use a non-stick muffin pan. Do not use paper cups.)
Some good combinations:
maple extract + cinnamon = tastes and smells like french toast
lemon extract + poppyseeds
vanilla extract + cinnamon
cherry extract + 1Tbsp. cocoa
orange extract + pumpkin pie spice
coconut extract + 1Tbsp. cocoa
banana extract + cinnamon

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4 Responses to “Mini “whatever floats your boat” loaf”

  1. april

    Mmm all of those sound fabulous! I love me some wheat free bread!

  2. fitnesscook

    These are so good! They really are like eating real muffins/bread! You will have to let know which ones you try 🙂 ( I love lemon poppyseed!!)

  3. edenseats

    Looks good, I puree frozen fruit and mix them into my batter, they add sweetness and I dont even need to add splenda since I”m trying to cut back!

    • fitnesscook

      Great idea! I am trying to cut back as well and have started using Stevia. Takes a bit getting used to and doesn’t quite cook up like splenda though.

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