Oat Fiber and Psyllium Husk Muffins

Please Spread the love, Sharing is Caring!

Please note that EsmeSalon may have a financial relationship with some of the vendors we mention in this post which means we may get compensated financially or in kind, at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase through any link in this post. Please refer to our Affiliate Disclosure and Privacy Policy should you require any additional information.


Recipe for wholesome Oat Fiber and Psyllium Husk Muffins

 

As a WP Tasty Affiliate, I will earn from qualifying purchases should you decide to use any of my links, but this will be at no additional costs to you.

 

WP Tasty:
This is an awesome platform and I invite any of you to explore and if you decide to join, please find my affiliate link below. Yes, I will earn a small commission should you join, but it will be at no cost to you whatsoever.  EsmeSalon Privacy Policy 

They have Tasty Links, and a Tasty Pins, Tasty Recipes, A Powerful Recipe Plugin for WordPress Blogs, Handcrafted WordPress Plugins for Food Blogs and WP Tasty, but this is not only for recipe bloggers, so if you are looking for something to amp up your blog and pinning strategy on Pinterest, please visit any of these #aff links.

Please visit my affiliate link 

Yield: 12

Oat Fiber and Psyllium Husk Muffins

Oat Fiber muffins

Enjoy one or perhaps two of these easy to prepare oat fiber muffins for breakfast, or as an afternoon snack with some butter and coffee.

You can prepare it as a muffin, bread or a roll.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Rest 5 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

Standard Version

  • ¾ cup oat fiber
  • ½ tbsp baking powder
  • 6 eggs 
  • 6 tbsp melted butter
  • ½ tbsp psyllium husk powder
  • 2 tbsp sugar (optional)

Cheesy Version

  • ¾ cup oat fiber
  • ½ tbsp baking powder
  • 5 eggs 
  • ± 1-2 tbsp, a splash of cream 
  • 6 tbsp melted butter
  • ½ tbsp psyllium husk powder
  • ½ cup of grated cheddar cheese

Instructions

  1. Combine everything but the psyllium husk powder with a whisk until smooth.
  2. Then sprinkle the husk powder in and mix well to combine.
  3. Bake in a muffin tin or on a baking sheet as buns at 350F / 175C for 15-20 mins depending on size until lightly golden brown.
  4. I will definitely make these again!!


You can flavor the basic muffin with something like garlic powder, or what about some onion powder. You may wish to try playing around and add some nuts or seeds, how about some chocolate chips or even some berries. The choices are endless.

Add cheese as we did, or anything you wish to add as this is a very versatile base version to adapt to your own liking.

Notes

Standard Version
I added a few tablespoons of sugar for breakfast muffins.

Cheesy Version
I
 will definitely make this again!!

Prepared, tried and tested by Corlea Smit

Nutrition Information

Yield

1

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 2711Total Fat 210gSaturated Fat 113gTrans Fat 6gUnsaturated Fat 81gCholesterol 2446mgSodium 3355mgCarbohydrates 127gFiber 19gSugar 29gProtein 90g

All recipes on this blog, EsmeSalon, are for personal home use, and as I am not a nutritionist, please use these calculations as a guide only. Please feel free to check the nutritional values for accuracy.

In need of regular muffin recipes?

 

What is Oat Fiber?

Oat fiber is an insoluble fiber made from grinding the oat hull, which is the shell that surrounds the oat groat (or kernel).

 

What do you use oat fiber for?

With a mild taste and a very fine powdered texture, oat fiber can be used in everything from muffins and pancakes to smoothies and cereals. Whatever floats your oat. It’s all about that fiberFiber is excellent for digestion, weight management, lowering cholesterol, and helping to control blood sugar levels

 

Can I make my own oat fiber?

In a word, no. Oat flour is ground-up oats (you can do this in a good blender or coffee grinder) and thus a carb source. Oat fiber has no carbs or fats and can be purchased online. Not all brands are created equally, and some have a much lighter taste and texture than others.

 
Is oat fiber the same as oatmeal?
No, oatmeal and oat fiber are not the same thing. Grinding the husk or hull of the oat grain makes oat fiberOatmeal is derived from the de-hulled oat groat.

We invite you to come and join our two FB Recipe Groups:

 
TRH Tried and Tested Recipes From Home Chefs
 
and then we also have our SA Tasty Recipes – Saffas Daily Recipes for South African and Ex-pats.
 
 
If you’re looking for some eBooks with wonderful recipes, please visit Recipe eBooks for all your eBook needs.  Some ideas of what we have available, but you will find more available, so please hop over.  Once you purchase a book, it’s an immediate download to your Email Inbox, so no need to wait for the mailman.

 

  • Make tomorrow more amazing than today!
  • Just believe in yourself and dream big.
  • Do not give up on your hopes. Take care always.
 

COPYRIGHT STATEMENT

I, Esme Slabbert, am the author and creator of this site, EsmeSalon. It is unlawful to re-use any content from this blog, without my written permission. Please contact me should you wish to discuss it further.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

My goal is to provide the best homemade recipes that are healthy for all families to enjoy. I also endeavor to showcase and share other bloggers and promote them on my Blog.    You will also find Resources and Courses and Services for Bloggers which I promote from time to time. 

4 thoughts on “Oat Fiber and Psyllium Husk Muffins”

Leave a Comment