Darn it, as my 3 year old would say. You want a recipe and a method, don't you? Ok, this is all approximate 'cuz I measure nothing. Pre-heat your oven to 180' C.
This recipe made 12 muffins and a bit extra which I poured into a loaf tin, it came out thus:
Ok, so into the blender which had previously made a banana smoothie (just bananas, natural yogurt, water and honey). I threw:
1 tsp mixed spice
maybe 1/2 cup cow's milk
1/2 cup oats
3tbsp extra virgin olive oil
I blitzed this, then added:
1 cup buckwheat flour
1/2 cup self-raising flour
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
And blitzed again. I now had a cake batter consistency, smooth and just dropping off a spoon.
Then I stirred in a small handful of chopped fudge and 1/2 cup sesame seeds.
I oiled a muffin tin and filled each space 3/4 full, and poured the leftovers into a loaf tin. Baked them for maybe 20 minutes, test for doneness with a skewer. Remove from tin with a knife and eat warm with melted butter and jam. Despite the fudge, they're not too sweet.
Of course you could make any substitutions: grated apple for banana, spelt flour for buckwheat, yogurt for milk, ground almonds for sesame seeds, butter for oil, coconut oil for olive oil, dried coconut, raisins, chopped nuts, frozen raspberries or blueberries... There are no rules people!
Let me know if you make these and how they turn out. We're off to look at a horse. (Don't ask)