by Lindsay Kent
With fall approaching, I am loving filling my house with the scent of cinnamon, allspice and pumpkin! I am loving boots, layering cozy sweaters and sipping on warm tea at night, and I decided to make a yummy treat to compliment all this fall inspiration! This only takes about 10 minutes to throw together, and only needs to cook for about 15-20 minutes.
**If you feel the mixture is too dry you can add a couple of egg whites, and inversely, if you feel the mixture is too wet you can add some more protein powder or almond meal.
Yield- 30-35 mini-muffins (3 per serving size)
Yours in Health and Fitness,
ISSA CES Professor, Master Trainer, Spokesmodel, Fitness Editor/Writer, NPC Figure Competitor
Lindsay Kent loves helping others to strive to be their best selves physically, mentally and emotionally, and is continually inspired to work with others change their lives through sharing her passion and knowledge. Lindsay believes that anyone can improve their lives and find their true self-worth and purpose, and she loves being an integral part of that journey. Lindsay is a Professor for the International Sports Sciences Association’s College of Exercise Science, and runs her own online training business, Lindsay Kent Fitness. She is an ISSA Master Personal Trainer which comprises several specialty areas, and is a current Spokesmodel for the ISSA and has been featured as the spotlight trainer and fitness professional in top fitness mags such as Oxygen and Muscle and Fitness Hers. She also writes columns and features for various fitness publications while also working as a fitness editor. Lindsay currently competes as an NPC figure competitor.
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