Peaches are pretty special. They’re a bursting with vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C, E & K, calcium, potassium and iron. These fuzzy fruits are low in calories, contain no saturated fat and are a source of fibre. For a way to use peaches differently, try this muffin recipe from Neat Ambassador, Korin Nolan.
Set the oven to a medium heat – around 170C & pop muffin cases into a muffin tin.
Put the dates and milk in a blender or food processor and blitz until a smooth paste is formed.
Add the other ingredients to a mixing bowl and combine everything well, including the date and milk mixture.
Spoon the mixture into cases in the muffin tin and bake for around 30 minutes until cooked. Insert a metal skewer to test – if the middle is still wet, keep cooking until it comes out clean.
This recipe is from Neat Ambassador, Korin Nolan. Korin is the founder of Power Pilates UK (Dynamic Reformer Pilates Studio based in South East London) and started her Pilates training at The London a college of Dance, before qualifying with Body Control Pilates over twelve years ago. Korin has had a varied career also working in TV as a presenter on Five’s The Wright Stuff for four years. She went on to co write her cookery book 'How to Cook in High Heels' (released in 2010 with Absolute Press) which demonstrated her love for healthy food, as well as a few naughty treats! Following the birth of her second baby Olivia Grace earlier this year, Korin developed her unique online fitness plan The Baby Body Bootcamp, for busy mums on the go and is suitable for postpartum mums.