Ate too much during the holidays? Try my Raw Vegan Sweet n’ Spicy Detox Muffins. A delicious way to start the new year.

Sweet n’ Spicy Detox Muffins

Need to Detox? I do. Geez, I over ate this holiday season. But, ohhh, it was all so good. Usually, I will eat treats one day and then eat well the next. But I went at least an entire week of just cramming what ever sweet things came my way into my mouth. And I didn’t hold back at Christmas either. You know the plate of cookies for Santa? Guess who was Santa this year??

Yep, I ate those!

And my Aunt Donna’s Pumpkin Pie? Forget about it!

I saw a funny quote on Facebook today: “It’s all fun and games until your jeans don’t fit.” LOL. But I had such a lovely time, I don’t really care;)
Christmas Dinner with the Family

Now that we are out of the holiday season, I can get back to creating healthy recipes. Until Valentine’s Day. and Easter;)

 I love a salad with Watercress. It is a superfood with powerful detox properties. But Watercress in a muffin?? Ehhh. I had to make them taste good. Figs are naturally sweet and high in fiber; a perfect for the base for these muffins. Lemon juice (another great detoxifying food) cayenne pepper and Almond Butter round out these tasty bites.

These are easy to make: just throw everything into a high powered food processor and blend. I pressed them into a mini muffin tin and popped them in the refrigerator to harden.

Cheers to a healthy, happy 2016!

Sweet n’ Spicy Detox Muffins

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

4 mini muffins

Sweet n’ Spicy Detox Muffins


  • 3 Dried Figs
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • dash a Cayenne Pepper
  • 5 leaves of Watercress
  • 1/4 C Almond Butter


  1. Chop the figs and place in food processor
  2. add the remaining ingredients
  3. Process until blended, scraping down the sides as necessary
  4. Press into 12 mini muffin cups
  5. Pop in the fridge to harden (about 15 minutes)

*I used Sunbutter


Everyday is a bank account, and time is our currency. No one is rich, no one is poor, we’ve got 24 hours each. –Christopher Rice

Keep Well,