Angel Food Mini Muffins

Kat and I are obsessed with protein mini muffins. If you watch our story on Instagram, you’ll see us with huge bags of these while we’re traveling or on set. We always make sure to prep a big batch for the week so that we have a healthy snack no matter where we are or how busy we get!

This recipe is also perfect for when you have a sweet tooth and still want to keep it #TIUapproved. It’s made with clean and simple ingredients like our plant-based, gluten-free Tone It Up Protein, egg whites, and unsweetened almond milk. This high protein combo will keep you satisfied and help you form beautiful, lean muscle. That’s why we included them in your TIU 21 Meal Plan ~ they’re the absolute perfect snack!

Try whipping these up this weekend for healthy goodies all week! We even keep a few in our purse… just in case ;)

Angel Food Mini Muffins

Makes 12 mini muffins, 3 mini muffins per serving


4 scoops vanilla Tone It Up Protein

3/4 cup egg whites

1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk

1/4 cup coconut cream

1/4 tsp. baking soda

1/4 tsp. vanilla extract

Optional unsweetened coconut flakes for garnish

Coconut oil spray


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Whisk protein, eggs whites, almond milk, and coconut cream until smooth.

3. Add baking soda and vanilla. Whisk to combine.

4. Spray mini muffin pan with coconut oil spray.

5. Pour mixture into pan. Optional to top with unsweetened coconut flakes. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.

Your TIU 21 Meal Plan is packed with delicious recipes (just like this one!) to help you reach your fitness goals! Just look at all these gorgeous babes!

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  1. Hello babes! Does anyone know if you can use a flax egg or applesauce to replace the eggs in this recipe? Thanks!

  2. I’m curious about starting the nutrition plan, how much do followers tend to spend on weekly groceries? (especially those shopping @Trader joe’s)

    1. Hi babe! The great thing about the Nutrition Plan is that you can make it work for you and your budget. The Nutrition Plan is based on eating clean, whole foods that you can find at any grocery store (we love Trader Joe’s too!). You can swap ingredients or mix and match your meals to fit your budget too!

    1. Hi!
      You can use applesauce as a swap, the flavor will just come out a little different! :)

  3. Making these today! Does anybody know about how many mini muffins equal one normal-sized muffin (I don’t have a mini muffin pan yet)?
    Would the oven temp and time also still be the same?

  4. Made these for my Meal 2 this week. So delish! Thank you for another great recipe!

  5. Does anyone know what measurement one scoop of TIU protein is? I don’t have it yet so I use one of the other proteins I have. Also, anyone have good substitutes for the coconut cream??? Thanks babes!

  6. where do you find coconut cream? Is the cream sold in a can like the milk? I really want to try these

  7. Can I use almond flour instead of oat flour? Or what would be a good substitute for the oat flour?

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