Prune Muffins are chocked full of natural fiber and are a delicious way to help keep bowels regular. These muffins are the perfect accompaniment to any breakfast and make a fabulous mid-afternoon snack.
(Pictures in this post are of gluten-free prune muffins.)
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Okay. Perhaps I am a little weird, but I am someone who enjoys snacking on prunes. However, not just any prunes will do. Nope. I buy preservative-free, sulfate-free, Organic D’Noir Prunes.
In other words, I suggest that you skip the sulfite-laden prunes!!!
All-natural, tree-ripened plums (prunes) are pure, juicy and worth every penny. Moreover, prunes are loaded with fiber, antioxidants, and prebiotics, and are a good source of iron and potassium.
NOTE: for chewier prunes, toss them in the freezer and munch on them when frozen.
Organic ground flax seed meal is yet another health-promoting key ingredient in Prune Muffins. Flaxseed is naturally low-carb and rich in insoluble fiber and Omega-3s.
For more information on flaxseed via Mayo Clinic > Does Ground Flaxseed Have More Health Benefits Than Whole Flaxseed?
Have you tried Mini Flax’n Apple Muffin Cakes yet?
Sometimes I add a pad of fresh butter to warm Prune Muffins. Mmm … so good!
The combination of prunes and flaxseed meal in Prune Muffins proves to be a winning combination and a natural remedy for constipation.
Oh yeah… for best results be sure to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water!
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