These are so easy and quick. I had a load of fresh spinach to use up and my youngest boy L has begun weaning so its lots of fun in our house atm but i do find i’m more stretched for time second time ’round. Wednesday’s can be a cooking day with R being at nursery so I put these together ready for the taste test later…
note** i did plan for them to be vegan and then added an egg..whoops so will need to try it again without.
The cake mix is quite a wet, sloppy one but the finished product was light, springy, very green little muffins. VERY GREEN.
It’s unclear where the silicon muffin tray has gone to!
Oven temperature @ 180 degrees to then reduce to 170 as the batter goes in.
- 2-2.5 small/med bananas. the brown ones are the best
- 100g spinach fresh or frozen (thaw first)
- 150g any milk (i used almond unsweetened)
- 2 tbs maple syrup or honey
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1 egg (if vegan etc leave out and add 1/2 tsp bicarbonate soda)
- 155g self raising flour
- 95g rolled oats
- 50ml veg oil or similar
- use a blender of some sort (smoothie maker or Stick blender) to whizz the spinach and bananas together
- in a mixing bowl add the egg if using and whisk together with your chosen milk.
- then the maple syrup/honey and oil
- Add the greeny mix to this bowl and whisk some more
- now add all the dry ingredients! The flour, oats, baking powder. You can stay using the whisk as it should be a wet mixture.
- Add this to a greased muffin/ cupcake tin. note**silicon is much easier to release them from…!
- cook for about 12 minutes depending on the amount/size of your muffins, i made 10.
I am very excited to share with you that I am holding a Special Easter Parent & Children Yoga as well as a Toddler Session on Sunday 12th April.
VENUE: The new village hall, Cofton Hackett. Email me at email@example.com for more info
The summer classes are all finished and i’m settling into Nesting and Preparation mode (mostly filling the freezer with meals and going through the nursery now that R is in his new room)! I’ve also discovered Nadiya Hussain’s cookery show: she’s got some great ideas and inspiring.
So It’ll be quiet on here for a few months but i’ll send out a Newsletter in September with The Birth Info followed by 2020 Classes and News.
Here’s a couple of pics from this Year’s Yoga Outside at The Rowheath Pavilions. The weather was just about OK..!
Thank you for all who attended and made the classes a lovely way to finish for the Summer/Baby no 2.
So there will be 4 months of no classes. Classes return January 2020.
The last block of Antenatal classes starts this week, 13th June.
Stretch & Relax classes finish 19th July whilst there’s only 2 weeks left to catch a Wednesday night’s Beginners Class… It’s all moving very quickly!
However I am teaching 4 classes of Yoga Outside at Rowheath Pavilion, next to the duck pond. This will be gentle Hatha yoga with movement, breath practice, stillness… among the chestnut trees and the odd geese!
These are on Mondays at 1830 to 1930hrs
22nd July, 29th July, 5th & 12th August
Please note; adults only
Price is £7 Drop In or pay £20 advance payment for all 4 classes.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries/booking
Bring your own mat as I will be very large by then and carrying any more weight is not ideal..
*If weather is wet we will be indoors in the Conference room.
This will begin after the Easter Break Thursday 2nd May 2019 and will run for 6 weeks finishing on the 6th June. This is at Saint Nicolas Place, B38 8RU. Places are bought in advance for £51 and suitable for newbies to yoga and from 12 weeks!
I am taking bookings for the next block of antenatal yoga classes. These start Thursday 29th November then there is a week break for CHRISTMAS (last class 20th December)
Then returning Thursday 3rd January and finishing the 10th Dec. Contact me for sign up xx
Hello! I am taking bookings for the next one day retreat in January next year. This is called
Refresh and Reboot. Definitely NOT a boot camp! As always is present in my classes a playful attitude will be cultivated and the celebration of our bodies; yoga as a dance form will be explored.
The day costs £60 and will consist of a morning yoga class, a wholesome delicious vegetarian lunch, an afternoon yoga class, afternoon cakes plus herbal teas to try throughout the day.
Contact me through this website for sign up,