Paleo Apple Crunch Muffins + Behind The Scenes Food Video | A Sweet Pea Chef


Hey, there. Lacey here with A Sweet Pea Chef and, as you
can see, we have things set up a little bit differently today. We’re gonna be doing a special behind-the-scenes
food video so you can see all the stuff we do. And we’re gonna be making paleo apple crunch
muffin recipe that is so good using Bob’s Red Mill’s paleo baking flour. So let’s get started. So, if you’re not familiar with Bob’s Red
Mill, it’s a pretty amazing company. They work really hard to provide high-quality,
healthy ingredients so you can make amazing food, which is why I love using their products
in my recipes. And that’s also why I wanted to show you how
hard we work to provide a great recipe and a video so that you can enjoy it. So, behind me is our video set. We have our camera that’s face down to just
show my hands and the ingredients. And then we have our lighting on both sides
to really have a nice, evenly lit scene. And we have my hands and the ingredients,
usually, just in the Instagram and the Facebook cuts because people wanna get that nice fast
feel of a video. But on YouTube, I get to talk you guys through
all the ingredients and the instructions and all. So let’s go ahead and get started on that. So, what we have here is our top-down view,
and we have the bowl we’re gonna be mixing everything in and our ingredients. But normally, we pull all this away and then
just show ingredient by ingredient to keep it nice and simple. We have our Bob’s Red Mill paleo baking flour,
some ground cinnamon, sea salt, and baking soda that we’re gonna be adding into this
bowl and then mixing in. Okay. So, now I’m gonna go ahead and grab all these
off so it’s a nice and clear scene. Now we have our large mixing bowl where we’re
going to combine our Bob’s Red Mill’s paleo baking flour, our ground cinnamon, baking
soda, and sea salt. Okay. Now let’s whisk everything together until
it’s evenly mixed. Okay. So now we have our mixed dry ingredients,
but we need to transition to the next step. So I’m gonna pull this one out and add in
our new bowl for a nice, easy transition. So, in our separate mixing bowl, we’re gonna
combine the wet ingredients, which include four large eggs, unsweetened applesauce, and
raw honey. And we’re gonna mix this together as well. And while we’re mixing in the wet and the
dry, Dustin’s getting a really cool side angle that not only breaks up the overhead shot
but also gives you another cool perspective of the recipe. So, in between all of our scenes, there’s
a lot of prep work that goes into making sure that the video looks great. Like right now, I’m chopping the apples for
the next step. Then add a diced green apple and fold it into
the mix. To make our cinnamon crunch topping, we’re
gonna combine almond flour, ground cinnamon, sea salt, and chopped, raw walnuts in a small
mixing bowl and stir to combine. Then, add in some melted coconut oil and raw
honey, and stir it again until everything is evenly incorporated. Then set aside for later. So now we’re at the point where we can start
putting the batter into the muffin tin, but it would be kinda boring if you just watched
me put, slowly, the muffin batter into each little muffin tin. It’s even boring listening to me talk about
it. So what we do instead is, in posts, we can
actually either speed up the whole thing so it goes really fast or we can actually do
stop-motion where, all of a sudden, each one is just filled up. So we really pay attention to that when we’re
shooting the scene. Finally, sprinkle our cinnamon crunch topping
generously and evenly over all of the muffins. Then place this into a preheated oven at 350°
Fahrenheit and bake for about 25 minutes, or until a knife or toothpick inserted into
the center of the muffin comes out clean. Remove from the oven and allow to cool on
the rack before serving. Okay. So, we just shot the last scene for the ingredients
and the steps and all of that, and it smells so amazing in here with these muffins. But you can smell that, right? So what we’re gonna do now is we’re gonna
tear down this whole set and we’re going to set up our plated scene set, which is gonna
be an entirely different scene. It’s gonna look great and we’ll see you in
a second. Okay. So, now we have our final plated scene set
up. And what this is is just an opportunity to
kind of share with you what it would feel like to be eating the muffin and to have it
right in your face and to just wanna reach through the screen and grab whatever we just
made. Thanks so much to Bob’s Red Mill for sponsoring
this special, behind-the-scenes recipe video. I hope you guys enjoyed it. Make sure to check out Bob’s Red Mill’s paleo
baking flour. It makes baking healthy, so much easier and
I love it in these paleo apple crunch muffins. If you’re looking for the recipe, you can
get the link below in the description or you can click the button on the screen. Thank you so much. I’ll see you next time. No, I already said that one. Making…I did it again. You can smell that, right, out there? No, that’s horrible.

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