Welcome to my guilt free Paleo pumpkin muffins in the Air Fryer recipe.
I am new when it comes to muffins. I am so new to them that I first tried one in 2016. It was a cheese muffin and was absolutely delicious. It was of course baked by someone that worked in gourmet dining so no real surprise that it was absolutely delicious. They were cheese flavour and had plenty of butter in them and they cried out that you would gain 10 pounds if you ate them.
But they were absolutely amazing and I just couldn’t say no and must have had at least 3 of them. Then Kyle came along and ate the rest of them.
Since then I have made it my mission to eat lots more delicious muffins and these pumpkin ones are my new favourite go to ones. They are not Whole30 approved due to the natural sugars but it is perfect if you are following Paleo.
I remember when we lived in the UK and how funny the schools had got about giving your kids things that were not 100% healthy. Yet no one was suggesting anything amazing at the time. But if you had gone to school with these I am sure the school would want you to educate all the parents about them.
This recipe is amazing because it uses a lot of the basics of pumpkin pie filling along with some extra chocolate produce to give you the perfect muffin. It has natural sugar in it, so it’s perfect for sugar cravings and thanks to the fact that you don’t need that much pumpkin to make it is rather economical.#GuiltFree #Paleo #Pumpkin #Muffins In The #Airfryer via recipe_thisClick To Tweet
- Place all your ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth.
- Place the muffin mix into little muffin cases, spreading it out over 12 separate ones.
- Place in the Air Fryer and cook for 15 minutes on 180c.
- Serve when cool.
Any Sharp Knife Sharpener
For today we are showcasing the cream knife sharpener from Any Sharp.
I actually chose to review the knife sharpener for today’s recipe or you could say planned this recipe around the knife sharpener because this recipe is one where you need a super sharp knife. Pumpkins can be huge and its hard (even for the professionals) to get their knife in and then peel and chop up the pumpkin.
For the pumpkin we used in this recipe it was a huge one and weighed in at more than 10 kilos, it was so big that we needed to freeze loads of it so that it didn’t go off before we had the chance to eat it all.
That why we purposely sharpened our knives first and then got into the role of carving this enormous pumpkin.
In terms of getting yourself one of these brilliant cream knife sharpeners (or exploring the rest of their range) you can explore more by clicking here. If I were to do it again and/or if I were to currently recommend a good quality knife sharpener to you, I would say CHOOSE THIS ONE.