These Paleo Blueberry Muffins are lightly spiced with all things nice… aka mixed spice. Why? For much the same reason why I added the cacao nibs. It just makes them so much more special and delicious. Isn’t that reason enough?
Afterall, I like special things, a little twist here and there and unexpected endings. Speaking of which, the other night I watched the Matt Damon film “Promised Land“. It’s all about fracking and a big global giant trying to step all over a small town in ‘whoop whoop’, USA. Oh it had a good twist!! I won’t ruin it for you but you MUST watch it. Gee whizzicals I love Matt Damon.
Fracking is bad business folks. If you haven’t heard already, it has the potential to leech toxic chemicals into our water systems without people even knowing about it. Naturally, the companies who control these procedures deny such claims but the evidence is out there. I’ve got my own research to do on the matter as it’s happening right here on my own doorstep, or close enough to it anyway. So expect that this isn’t the last you’ll hear about this fracked up situation.
So fracking aside (for now) and back to these muffins. They’re not so much muffins as they are cupcakes. Can you even frost muffins? Well, too bad, I just did. Rebel. I love frosting so I’m happy to slap it on anything and everything. Oh, and since I discovered Paleo Fondue with her Birthday Cake with Chocolate Frosting recipe, I just had to give that frosting a go because it looks so darn amazing (with my little twist of course). You can’t stop me now! I’m a wild menace with this frosting!! Don’t be shocked if you find it lacing my steak. Too far? Well I did say everything…
Other than that, I’m happy to report the actual muffin itself isn’t overly sweet – which I prefer. Just enough sweet and spice to make it nice. That is all.
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