new english muffin recipe plus video of us making it

We are back with a new flavor of our single serving english muffin recipe.

eating muffin

Plus we did a short video of us in the kitchen making the recipe.  As many of you requested a video of us making the english muffin. And we aim to please so we hope you like the video :)

Make sure to check out our original single serving english muffin.

single serving chocolate english muffin- microwave

In the video we show us making our go-to microwave version of our protein english muffins with brown rice protein.

We also did a video of us making the english muffin in the oven which is coming tomorrow.

In addition, you will see below we created a new flavor of our english muffin that we feel you will love too!

englishmuffin made in microwave



purelytwins recipe: Protein chocolate single serving protein english muffin

inspired by our original english muffin recipe

serves 1

make in oven or microwave


  • 2 tablespoons hemp protein powder or brown rice protein
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons arrowroot starch
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa or carob powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons water*
  • 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil, liquid
  • add a few drops stevia if you desire some sweetness


  1. In a bowl or glass measuring cup (is what we used), place all your dry ingredients (protein powder, arrowroot starch, cocoa, baking soda) into the glass dish. And mix.
  2. Add in your apple cider vinegar and water.
  3. End with adding in your coconut oil. Continue to stir it all together to form a wet, paste looking batter.
  4. You can cook in the microwave (we did and used the same glass measuring cup to do it in) for 1 minute and 15 seconds, or you can pour batter into a muffin pan (lightly oiled) into 400 degree oven for about 10-12 minutes.
  5. Let cool before removing from pan. Then carefully remove from pan and slice in half.  Can eat as is with favorite topping or can toast it up. We toasted ours and felt it tasted even better toasted.

cashew frosting chocolate english muffin copy Enjoy with the best frosting –> cashew lucuma frosting :)

We love making single serving/mini recipes to eat. Do you?

What would you top your english muffin with?

18 Responses to new english muffin recipe plus video of us making it

  1. Heather J says:

    You left out the measurement for the cocoa powder… 1 1/2 tsp or tbsp?

  2. I’ve tried the english muffin twice, and it may not look as pretty as yours, but it still tastes yummay!
    Thanks for the video!
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  3. zosia says:

    if i wanted to make this savoury…what could i replace the cocoa/carob with? more protein powder?

  4. I love that you made a chocolate version! I’m on a serious carob kick lately – I love the faint coffee taste.
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  5. Ashley says:

    I don’t have arrowroot can, do you think potato starch would work?
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  6. Ashley says:

    I was wondering if you use unflavored hemp protein powder or no? All I have is plain. Thanks

  7. Emma says:

    So pleased to see a choc version! I don’t have plain protein powder so haven’t been able to make the original but I could make this one with what I’ve got and maybe just cut the cocoa powder a bit?
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  8. Love that you’ve done 2 versions of this!
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  9. Melissa A says:

    Ladies…bless you, these muffins are ridiculously delicious! With Celiac disease, (good) english muffins are one of the main things that I miss. AMAZING with avocado ;)

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