Uh-oh, there goes another white t-shirt. 1 month into 2013 and 2 white t-shirts have bitten the dust. This one got hit with an attack of the cocoa powder; plus some red food coloring, just to make it more interesting. And no, I do not use red food coloring – I was in the process of throwing it away. Just thought I’d clear that up right out the gate. One of these days I hope I can remember not to wear a white t-shirt when I am cleaning out cupboards in the kitchen, or eating anything drippy. At this rate my white t-shirt budget will be higher than my almond flour budget, and baby, that’s big. Luckily, you don’t need much budget to make these Cinnamon Pecan Muffins.
Talking of t-shirts – earlier this week Jonathan and I were in the studio podcasting, and he showed up wearing one of his new t-shirts. I knew you’d love to see a picture of
him wearing it, so I snapped one for you. He would not let me include his head because he had a serious case of designer stubble going on. I was fine with that because I didn’t spend much time that day looking at his head anyway.
Do you love the t-shirt? What do you mean, “Huh?” ?! Focus, people, focus! You’re supposed to be looking at the t-shirt.
In other news, if the sight of Johnathan Bailor in a t-shirt doesn’t inspire you to do your 10 minutes of eccentric exercise, you might want to have a friend check your pulse. I’ll be right back. I have a date with a dumbbell.
Have we all stopped quivering yet? Because I have something else for you to get all googly-eyed over. I’ll give you a clue. It’s a muffin. A whole batch, in fact, of Cinnamon Pecan Muffins.
I thought it only fitting to add a muffin recipe to this post, because there certainly ain’t no muffin tops anywhere else on this page. Plus, I promised you muffins last weekend, and muffins you shall have. These are probably my most thrilling experiment with baked goods yet. I still can’t quite believe it when I eat one. If you didn’t know this was a healthy muffin, you’d never guess this was a healthy muffin. These Cinnamon Pecan Muffins are all KETO, LCHF, SANE, LowCarb goodness.
It looks just like a regular muffin. And by golly, it tastes just like a terribly tasty regular muffin. When I took these into the office earlier in the week they were met with an enormous amount of muffin love. Everyone is still really confused about how they can possibly be wheat-, gluten-, grain-, sugar-, dairy- and added fat free, but that didn’t stop them swooning once they’d eaten one. And demanding the recipe. Repeatedly. Oh, and did I mention fast and easy to make? These Cinnamon Pecan Muffins are really fast and easy to make.
Here, have some Cinnamon Pecan Muffins and rejoice the day you discovered what healthy really meant. And that you can eat more and exercise less and yet be healthier and slimmer than ever.
I bet you are SO ready for that!
Hop over to grab the recipe right now! Cinnamon Pecan Muffins