They're too good not to post tonight...I need a life. And a special thanks to my roomate for letting me use his "bite" in this post annnd my Andes Mint Pudding Cookies post. Ha. Do you wish that was you getting the credit for this? You should probably come bake with me...I feed my company well : )
I would like to take a leeeettle bit of credit for these, simply because this is the lovechild of 3 recipes, two from Oh She Glows and the other from Hell Yeah It's Vegan! And I just happen to be the one with a sweet potato and a weird craving for Fall-ish foods. These muffins taste like cannndy. If you still can't get your siblings, parents, children, or whoever to eat sweet potato casserole (no matter how sweet it is), you can surely convince them with these.
Annnnd this post wouldn't be complete without me begging you to participate in my new poll (on your right). We're on a roll: 8 votes plus mine on the last one! Keep it up lovies : )
Soooo this recipe may have only gotten one vote [out of a whopping 5! I would love more participation in my new poll please ; ) ], but I made it for dinner tonight so I thought, why not?! This meal is super easy to prepare and incredibly healthy and filling. Annnnd it's vegan?! Whoa.
Vegan Peanut Butter Banana Bomb Muffins are on their way, but you will have to wait until Friday-ish for the recipe because my bananas need to get nice and ripe. This is a phenomenal recipe, my vote as well, so I suggest you go buy the ingredients so you are prepared: 3 bananas, agave nectar, maple syrup, peanut butter, wheat germ, whole wheat flour, coconut butter (you can make this yourself with unsweetened coconut if you have a food processor), almond (or other non-dairy) milk, pumpkin pie spice (or cinnamon/nutmeg/cloves), and baking soda.