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In a large mixing bowl, blend the honey, vegetable oil, eggs, thoroughly mashed bananas, plain yogurt, vinegar and vanilla extract. Mix the dry ingredients in a separate bowl; salt, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, flour, and high fiber whole grain mix. You’ll love this easy and Healthy Banana Muffins recipe made in one bowl! Moist + fluffy banana muffins sweetened with maple syrup and made with whole wheat flour.

The perfect breakfast, snack or brunch recipe that’s ready in only 20 minutes. In a separate bowl, lightly whisk the egg then add mashed bananas, applesauce, honey and yogurt. Slowly add dry ingredients to the wet, mixing until just combined. Spoon batter into prepared muffin tin, filling each cup about 3/4ths full and bake. Perfectly sweet, loaded with warming spices like nutmeg and cinnamon, light, fluffy and so easy to make.

These are the Best Banana Muffins!Healthy Chocolate Banana Muffins Difficulty Level: Easy Prep Time: 15 minutes. Cook Time: 9 minutes for mini muffins, 14 minutes for regular sized muffins. Servings: 48 mini-muffins or 24 regular sized muffins Ingredients: 3 ripe bananas 4 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla ½ cup butter or coconut oil, melted ¼ cup cassava flour ½ cup coconut flour. Bake muffins on 425F (218C) for 8 minutes and then reduce the oven temperature to 350 (175C) (do not open the oven door or remove the muffins, just leave them in and reduce the temperature) and bake another 7-8 minutes on 350F (177C).A toothpick inserted in the center of the largest muffin.

Healthy Sweet Potato Banana muffins are dairy-free, refined sugar-free, and made with good for you ingredients like whole wheat flour, banana, sweet potato, and coconut sugar. Enjoy these easy, healthy muffins for breakfast, dessert, or a snack!Easy, 1-bowl vegan banana muffins with a crumbly, sweet top. Simple, healthy, and so delicious.

Heat oven to 375 degrees F. Grease 12 muffin tin wells or line with paper cups. In a large bowl, mix avocado, bananas, eggs and milk. In a separate bowl, whisk or sift together. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Line a 12-hole muffin tin with 12 large muffin cases. In a jug, mix the eggs, yogurt, oil, apple sauce, banana, honey and vanilla.

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A simple burst of blueberries gives this ultra­light muffin a vaguely familiar feeling, while the orange and almond flavors provide a new spin and depth to the classic morning breakfast treat.

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Variations: Sprinkle muffins with sugar or sugar and cinnamon before baking or add 1/2 cup raisins, currants, or floured blueberries to the batter.

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You can also omit the jam, throw 2 cups/300 g fresh blueberries into the batter, and turn these into fantastic gluten-free blueberry muffins.

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As for the muffin base, we found that the quick­bread method—whisking together eggs and sugar before adding milk and melted butter, and then gently folding in the dry ingredients—produced a hearty, substantial crumb that could support a generous amount of fruit.

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I would describe these muffins as nutritious and satisfying, maybe not necessarily healthy.

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These healthy muffins taste similar to an oatmeal cookie.

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These muffins are great unadorned, but for an extra flourish, dip warm muffins in melted butter, then in mixture of ½ cup granulated sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon.

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Mix the cinnamon and sugar for the topping, and sprinkle it over the blueberries on top of the muffins.

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Cool the muffins for 5 minutes in the pan; remove them from the pan and place them on a rack to cool completely.

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Recipe Tip: Wouldn’t it be nice to have freshly baked muffins available first thing in the morning?

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  • I made the raspberry breakfast muffins from the first recipe and my 14 month old son loved them! Will b making them again for sure! Thanks for a great recipe! ������������

  • Why is the recipe different in the video compared to the description?? The video says to use nutmeg and baking powder yet that’s not even in the description. Even some of the measurements are off.
    I followed most of what was in the video btw and they tasted great! Thank you!:)

  • Find the link for written recipe in English in the description box above ��.
    Receta escrita en ESPAÑOL esta en el enlace en la caja de descripcion de arriba ��.

  • Hi there. I cannot get wholewheat flour. Can I use plain/allpurpose flour or self raising flour and which would be best. Thank you in advance. Loved the video btw

  • I just want to say I love these muffins. I chop up walnuts and pecans and put mini chocolate chips in the middle and on top. SO GOOD. I even like to top it with some crunchy peanut butter before I eat them. Thank you so much for this recipe

  • Great recepie! I am going to bake these tasty, yummie muffins again in just 5 minutes. Thank You for the healthy recepie. Please keep on!��

  • Oh my god, these turned out sooooo yummy!!! Can’t recommend enough, just sent this video to my friends!!! So easy to make. I mixed the dry ingredients separately before adding them to the rest just cause I wanted the butter to be really even. Best recipe ever ������

  • Me quedaron deliciososssss! En vez de ponerle tanta miel le puse la mitad miel y mitad stevia, y como no tenia mucho aceite de coco lo mezcle con aceite de girasol! Gracias por la receta!

  • So I don’t often comment, but this was awful truly. Their were 10 people in my house today including a friend who’s a personal trainer. No one could eat them. The bananas do not make for any sweetness at all. I’ve been on a sugar free diet for about 2 months which is why I tried this recipe…. I do not recommend is just so bad.

  • I tried the lemon cheesecake recipe and it was sooo delicious..�� Will definitely try this one too!!����Can I use wholewheat or gluten-free flour instead of oat flour?

  • I’m here because I’m recording videos to send to my director for an online show and got stressed so I took a break, now I’m hungry

  • Thank You for the recepi.I was allways looking for a healthy way of making a banana chocolate chip muffin.and you showed me how.It came out delicious.My family loved it.Thanks again

  • So many ingredients just in one muffin seriously not entirely makes the muffin healthy. Such videos fail I repeat a completely failure when they do not realize when your mixing so many ingredients in one the compilation and composition of the muffin changes. Like when you add milk to coffee or add sugar to coffee or add too many ingredients certainly and not entirely makes that muffin healthy. Your body has to recognize what your eating and you need to give that chance to your body. No wonder our life spans are decreasing day by day because of what we eat our body doesn’t recognize it.

  • Made the breakfast egg muffins and they were spectacular! Thank you so much for posting these recipes! Love the background music too!

  • Loved it. This helps my after lunch sweet cravings (not a guilty treat to have for myself )I topped with honey, will definitely make again.

  • Preparé la receta sin los chips de chocolate porque no tenia en ese momento y toda mi familia quedó encantada. Los volveremos a hacer en los próximos días ☺️

  • So I have a question when it comes to your recipe-how much is one cup? I am from Austria and we don’t have „cups“ as measurements��

  • Could you provide measurements in grams in your descriptions aswell as cups please? I love making your recipes but I struggle with the conversions!

  • Hey!!These are absolutely great recipes. I follow your channel since a very long time.However I want to try some receipes with an alternative of eggs.If you could help,that would be really awesome!!

  • Hey! Thanks for recipes it really helps me, because I don’t want to sabotage my workouts, but I love sweets at the same time.
    The calories in description are for each piece or whole (I think I’m pretty foolish in this, but it’s better to be sure)?

  • i’ve tried this recipe and it is brilliant! It is not too sweet and high fiber that I can eat without guilt. thanks a lot for the amazing recipe.

  • As I cant eat oats I made these with flaked millet. They are pretty good. I made small one which is good as they are a bit heavy. I had to drink a lot. But they will be ok. Next time I think I’ll make them with half millet and half sorghum or something, I could even grind the millet flakes. I put chopped apricots in too and some sweetener ( xylitol ). K

  • I Made this today and they were very delicious. Thank you for this nutritious recipe ������������ I’m gonna make this again �� and again haha…. �� I cut down the amount of honey but they are still very very good. ����

  • Yum, Thanks♡ U mention Stevia in the Lemon blueberry muffins but it is not listed in the ingredients…, I’m lol a little confused on your recipes #5 says apple but the video says banana and #7 says peanutbutter but it doesn’t have any peanut butter in it in the list of ingredients???

  • I make this yummy banana oatmeal OMG! It’s so delicious ������������ my children love it so much���� thank you for your easy recipe all ingredients are not hard to fine here in Philippines ����

  • Made it for breakfast today…. There’s a huge bag of oats lying around so tried this out.

    It is tasty gotta say.

    Some changes I made….I used quick oats, I added two TSP of sugar, I just blitzed the dry ingredients the previous night and left it in the blender…blitzed the wet ingredients in the morning poured it and put it in the oven!

    Since the muffins don’t have oil or butter, they tend to stick to the paper cup if you’re using any.

    The chocolate chips are kinda necessary if you don’t want to have bland muffins.

    Also, I made a small batch so keep an eye on the time coz they could dry out after 20 min.

    But overall, great recipe. Thanks:)

  • Hi Dani, QUESTION: I’d like to add fresh blueberries to these muffins when I make them. Do you think there is a need to adjust the liquid to allow for moisture in the blueberries? If so, what do you think? Cut back some on the almond milk? Thanks!

  • I made 2 batches of these lovely banana walnut muffins today and my family super loves every bite ���� Esp love your suggestion of topping each muffin with a half-chopped walnut for easy identification and cute decoration! Thank you Dani for your easy-to-follow recipes complete with all the suitable ingredients substitutions and storage instructions!!

  • This a good recipe but Please put the measurements as you put them in the blender. That way we have to go to another website. Having problems trying to find them. Thanks

  • Hola! Me encanto hoy la voy a preparar, disculpa tu no sabes como cuantas calorias tendria cada muffin para haci saber cuantos puedo comer? Espero me puedas contestar y gracias x compartir tus recetas, nueva suscriptora��‍♀️

  • Why is there baking powder in the video but not in the recipe instructions for the banana muffins?

    Update: made the banana muffins and realized the recipe in the description and the one in the video have different measurements so be mindful cuz my batter was more loose than theirs and I had a lot of left over batter. I’m going to try again using just the video instructions.

  • Idc if someone is vegan like literally it has no impact on me what you eat.
    I think ppl hate most vegans for the same reason ppl hate most transgenders.

    It’s not because of what you choose to do with your life but it’s because of the way you bully and attack everyone who doesn’t agree with you and who doesn’t think like you.

    I never gave one thought to transgenders I knew dudes who lived like chicks existed or whatever but it never had shit to do with my life or concern until during the Obama administration when suddenly this small population ruled the country and began telling me amd everyone else that we HAD to play pretend with them and if we didnt we were labled and attacked and bullied and our businesses shut down and publicly threatened etc…

    Thats when I started to hate a group I never hated before because suddenly I was made into some kind of enemy by people I had never done anything at all to.

    Lots of vegans are like transgenders too. Like, if you want to live a certain way go ahead, but when you start acting elitist and bullying and putting down and trying to destroy and terrorize everyone who isn’t like you or who doesn’t agree with you then you become an asshole and fuck you.

  • Do you have a link to the nut/flour grinder/food processor? It would be a great help�� especially when grinding for ✌��-����=����‍♀️

  • may i ask, when do u use ‘baking soda’ and ‘baking powder’ in a recipe. Your other video of banana oats uses baking powder… thank you in advance.:)

  • I made the lemon blueberry this rainy afternoon…. and they are so good! Do you think using frozen raspberries would work for the raspberry oatmeal? I am very interested to see how the green muffins taste…what if you added a little cheese to the batter?

  • This is not gerek yoghurt this is Turkish yoğurt…People are know false…you are give knowledge…sory but realy is that…

  • Unfortunately modern oats are not that healthy anymore. So isnt flour. Gluten aren’t bad, you need them, but the flour is just manufactured the wrong way.
    I have been going gluten free for months and i feel a lot better. I use any nut flours, buckwheat (these are seeds) and flour made from any other seeds as well. It makes perfect cakes, bread and instead of sugar I use dates. Dates have been mentioned as very healthy and beneficial in the book of my religion and I feel blessed to have known this and make good use of it. I enjoy a cake for breakfast, evenings, whenever i want and theres no way it brings you those unhealthy kilos and fat. Life can be so easy, we just have to admit to it first.

  • Made it with organic eggs, super happy didn’t have to use butter and sugar.I blended a cup and used 3/4 cup rolled oat for texture it turned out just the way i want it. Awesome recipe ❤️

  • Thanks for the recipes! They are awesome but I have a question �� what is that thing on the beginning of the video where you grind the almonds and oat flakes? Is it a blender or something to grind stuff? ����

  • I didn’t have baking powder so used bi-carb instead, they are the oven now so I hope it’s successful. I’m not a vegetarian but don’t eat meat because of the cost, so variety with sweet potato and greens are essential I’ll be trying a great many of your recipes, simple easy and healthy. Rosemary 70 yrs old. Perth Western Australia

  • I made these with banana, blueberry and coconut flakes. So delicious, my bananas were not so brown, so I added a little honey. Thank you.

  • I just made this I used almonds instead of walnuts they are so delicious my family loved them. The only bad thing is that I didn’t made enough they are almost gone. Thanks for the recipe.������

  • I tried this muffin recipe and it came out beautiful and tasted even more ��. I love how I can be creative with this recipe and add my own ingredients next time I am trying cranberries in this instead of chocolate chips! Highly recommended.

  • These turned out delicious. I mixed in 1/4 C raisins and 2 T chopped walnuts. Also sprinkled a pinch or 2 of coconut sugar on top. Next time I would skip the coconut sugar and use browner bananas and /or a tad of monk fruit powder. Raisins added a nice sweet pop. (esp. for my husband.). I appreciate your videos!

  • I just made it and it was amazingggg. I didn’t have oat flour so I blended rolled outs in the food processor. Also I didn’t have coconut oil so I used melted butter instead with the same amount

  • An awesome recipe thank you! I substituted the oil for Greek yogurt and it worked perfectly. I used 70% chipits in half the batter and the other half minded almonds.

  • What small blender were you using to effectively blend nuts to flour in such a small amount. I use a Nutribullet, (that I love!), but even the beverage container is large for small amounts

  • As always, the recipe: http://bit.ly/oatmealbananamuffins and more recipes with oatmeal to add variety to your breakfast: https://youtu.be/qhs_M8bKbdQ

  • I’m try yesterday and add some chocolate chips and less sugar. It’s superb delicious and i call it moist banana choc. Brilliant with banana textures. Thanks a lot for your recipe.

  • For the first, soak those oats in advance. I’d recommend heating the milk, mixing, and letting them cook. Oats aren’t that good for you without pre-soaking.

  • Amazing! I loved them & fam will love them too! To a second dozen (since I had so many old bananas) I added cacao powder to the dry mix, and they also came out great!

  • Omg these turned out so good!! Definitely a new favorite muffin! Perfect texture and with a little bit of peanut butter and jam they just melt in your mouth! Thanks for this recipe! Keep up the great work!

  • The fact that i just came across this video…..and crying real tears and laughing at the damn comments! Especially about the healthy part & being vegan!!��������������������������

  • After carefully watching how to do it with the right ingredients, unfortunately it did not work for me, very disappointed with the result came out. SO DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME. PLEASE AVOID!! ��

  • for the banana oat muffins why does it say half a cup of honey in the description box but only 2 tablespoons in the video???? I was planning on making these but now i dont know which recipe to follow……

  • Dani…or anyone…could I use rolled oats flour? If yes, do I still use 3 cups? Also, I want to add plant based protein powder and I’m hoping it will still taste delicious. Thank you!!!!

  • I did the math and the muffins end up being 300 to 320 calories, 36 g of carbs, 18 g of fat, and 5 g of protein each (if you make 12) depending on the type of chocolate chips you use!��

  • Can you use maple syrup or honey instead of the sugar? Also can you use peanut butter instead of almond butter? I can’t wait to try these… Thank you for the recipe!

  • I made mine with 4 frozen bananas and it was too moist so I added an extra cup of oats. I also used the nature source salad topper in it instead of the chocolate chips. It has pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and dried cranberries. It also made 25 cookies.

  • Thanks, I have two bananas sitting on my counter, my only issue is the sugar. I have brown and plain white sugar and monk fruit.. My hubby take medication for diabetes so I try to stay away from sugar,. Do you have any suggestions?

  • Hey (:
    How come the receipt in video isn’t the receipt in the information box below??
    It’s totally different..
    Please explain to me, thank you so much in advance!!
    Waiting to try this ❤️❤️❤️

  • Hi Dani! just made this and it was SO GOOD! i use dark brown sugar instead of coconut & change the whole wheat flour to regular all purpose. and the result was just soo yum��

  • I made these today. I placed parchment paper in all the muffin cups. However, the muffins were sticking to the parchment paper once baked. How to ensure them coming out smoothly? Please help!

  • Hi, I want to make this muffins with whey protein powder. Can I substitue the flour for this? Or maybe a combination of wheat/out floar with whey powder? Thanks!

  • Thank you for this and I would love to know what kind of machine and where to get, what you use to grind the oats and the almonds into flour? thank you:)

  • My family can’t get enough of these muffins…they are delicious
    I have added cocoa powder to it onc and peanut butter today both taste amazing with it

  • I do waffles with homemade strawberry or blueberry frozen sugar syrup on them….or my stuffed french toast….sometimes we do burritos too but I had a cheap waffle iron and I used cheap food club pancake/waffle mix swear to god that was the best waffle mix ever

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    0:01-healthy raspberry oatmeal muffins
    1:59-healthy green muffins
    3:29-lemon blueberry muffins
    5:14-applesauce oat muffins
    6:40-banana protein muffins
    8:05-breakfast egg muffins
    9:28chocolate zucchini muffins

  • I’ve made these! My fillings were coconut and I decorated with Almonds and Chia Seeds. I love how this recipe gives freedom and space for us to use anything in our pantry. Thank you for this. ��

  • Bonjour, dani abonné depuis la france, je t adore pourrais tu me traduire en français les ingrédients et les tasses en grammes merci

  • Hi, how are you? Could you tell me what type of oven do you use? I would like to start a small personal venture and be able to make cookies, brownies, muffins and those kinds of things to sell and seeing your recipes and how things fit you I would like to know what oven you use or what type of oven you recommend using. I hope you can help me, thanks

  • I made these at 930pm. Wow! Full of banana n moist! I’m whole food, plant based 90% of the time so I used unsweetened applesauce instead of oil n egg whites instead of whole eggs. Also used oat flour n turbinado sugar. Gonna make more of these with egg substitute n maple syrup. We’ll see how it goes. Maybe I’ll add dates next time

  • Made these yesterday, because my hubby is on diabetic meds. I did use the coconut sugar but cut it down to 1/3 cup,they taste great. I’m going to try it next time with no sugar thinking the banana is sweet enough, or at least I’m hoping. Thanks for the recipe ��❤️��

  • Oatmeal is being heavely sprayed with pesticides right now. This recipe can be made with ancient grains. I can tell when grains are sprayed because my stomach becomes swollen and I get rashes on my arms and sometimes legs my child as well. So if you have eczema as well you will know whay grains qorl for you very quickly. The TJ ancient grains are awesome and seem to be actually organic (at the moment). Listen to your body it will always tell you what is actually good for you, always.

  • Yay!.. These recipes are written… It’s pretty good, because sometimes I translate them to share with my friends.
    You are winning a subscriber from Brazil.

  • I like the channel. I love your thoughts. I am from Egypt. I hope you join my little channel. You support me.

    I like the channel. I love your thoughts. I am from Egypt. I hope you join my little channel. You support me.