Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com

Apple Flax Breakfast Squares are a healthy alternative to a morning muffin. They’re gluten-free, grain free, and contain no refined sugar, which also makes them paleo friendly. Each square has 9g of protein, 9g of fiber, and a whopping 5,600mg of omega-3 fatty acids!   Serve alongside some freshly brewed coffee and you will have a delicious and nutritious start to your day.

Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com


You can dollop a little homemade jam on top.

Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com

Or serve with a pad of melted butter.

Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com

When you look at the texture of Apple Flax Breakfast Squares it’s hard to believe they’re not made with flour.  I usually use golden ground flaxseed when I make these but any ground flaxseed will work in this recipe.  Flaxseed is one of the richest plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids. 

Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com

A tasty breakfast treat that contains a healthy dose of protein, fiber, and omega 3s. No more morning muffin cravings!

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Apple Flax Breakfast Squares
 
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Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 3 cups (336g) ground flaxseed (also known as flaxseed meal)
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon nutmeg
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup unsweetened apple sauce
  • ½ cups maple syrup
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • ¼ (48g) cup + 1 teaspoon melted coconut oil
  • 1 apple, peeled, cored, and chopped
  • ½ cup walnuts, almonds, or pecans chopped.
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9 x 13 (quarter sheet) pan with 1 teaspoon of the melted coconut oil.
  2. Combine the ground flaxseed, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt.
  3. Add the apple sauce, maple syrup, eggs and vanilla extract and mix well.
  4. Stir in the remaining coconut oil and then fold in the apple and nuts.
  5. Spread mixture evenly into the pan. Bake for 30 minutes on the bottom rack of the oven.
  6. Let cool completely and then cut into squares/rectangles.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 square, Calories: 286, Fat: 20g, Saturated fat: 5, Unsaturated fat: 15g, Trans fat: 0g, Carbohydrates: 13g, Sugar: 11g, Sodium: 214mg, Fiber: 9g, Protein: 9g, Cholesterol: 62mg

 

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Apple Flax Breakfast Squares have 9g of protein, 9g of fiber and 5,600mg of omega 3s. Gluten free, grain free, and paleo. A great alternative to a morning muffin. | QueenofMyKitchen.com

17 comments on “Apple Flax Breakfast Squares”

  1. So glad you like them Thalia! I am always looking for ways to add more flaxseed to my diet and these breakfast squares are a delicious way to do that!

    • Hi Vidya – I would try omitting the eggs and replacing them with a flax egg substitute. To replace the 4 eggs in this recipe mix an additional 1/4 cup of ground flax with 3/4 cup water and let the mixture sit for 5 miutes to thicken before proceedig with the recipe. I haven’t try a flax egg substitute in this recipe but I use this method in other recipes and it works beautfully. Good luck and let me know how it turns out!

  2. Good morning,

    Can I substitute stevia semi-sweet chocolate chips in my recipe instead of walnuts, almonds or pecans?

    Thank you very much and have a nice day!

    • Hi Christine – I think that would work just fine and probably taste delicious! Let me know how they come out.

    • Hi Lorraine – I would stick with using all ground flaxseed. If you tried the recipe with half physllium fiber that would be 1 1/2 cups which is quite a lot. Most recipes that call for physllium fiber use much lesser amounts – usually in the tablespoons – so I probably wouldn’t try this.

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