I really do n’t like the word Funfetti but I do like eating confetti- suchlike foods. This light
and ethereal blondie is sneaky. It may look like a classic sweet treat on the outside
and taste like one!) but is packed with nutrients and wholesome constituents. You
can feel good about eating it anytime!
Microwave oven 5 twinkles, Roaster 12 to 15 twinkles
Calories 340, Protein 22 grams, Fat 24 grams, Fiber 8 grams
2 soupspoons coconut flour
2 soupspoons almond flour
1 tablespoon baking greasepaint
½ scoop vanilla protein greasepaint( 16 to 17 grams)
1 teaspoon neutral- seasoned oil painting( coconut or canola oil painting works great)
1 teaspoon pure maple saccharinity
1 large egg white
1 tablespoon vanilla excerpt
¼ mug( or further) milk of choice,( dairy-free, if necessary)
Sprinkle of sprinkles, voluntary
Microwave oven OPTION
Grease a microwave oven-safe coliseum and set it away.
In a small mixing coliseum, combine the dry constituents and mix well. Add the oil painting
and maple saccharinity, blend, and set away.
In a separate small coliseum, add the egg white, characterless excerpt, and ¼ mug of milk until a batter is formed.
Stir in the sprinkles and pour admixture into microwave oven-safe coliseum. Microwave oven for 1
to 2 twinkles, or until the blondie is completely cooked through.
Preheat the roaster to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Follow the microwave oven directions, but place the batter in an roaster-safe dish( the
deeper the better) and singe for 12 to 15 twinkles, or until a toothpick comes out
I recommend using a large ceramic coliseum, as it prevents overflow and can fluently be
dressed up with berries, yogurt,etc.
still, you may want to add an redundant teaspoon
If your protein greasepaint isunsweetened.or two of grained sweetener of choice.
Almond flour can be substituted with gluten-free oat flour, but it comes out a little
exchange out the maple saccharinity for 1 teaspoon or further of your favorite granulated
sweetener. You ’ll need to increase the milk of choice by a teaspoon or two.