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Banana Oats Muffins

We used to make this quite often , I made this recipe about 3 years ago when we started switching our focus to a healthier food.

I would take this for breakfast on the go , bagged it n ate it after I dropped off my son to school . My husband likes them with yogurt too . Or just as a snack . The macros in this isn’t too bad in my opinion . If you’re on keto , this recipe probably won’t work for you .

Trying to make it healthier option , I opted for old fashioned oats . I don’t buy oat flour , I just use my magic bullet to grind this into flour consistency . I also added almond flour , or just grind up almond , this recipe is really not that fussy . If you don’t have almond flour , you just use oats , don’t have to make a special trip to the store for it . Especially during this difficult times , who needs extra trip just to get almond or almond flour . I’ve done with coconut flakes ground up too . Like I said not fussy . The macro obviously change as you replace few things .

No special equipment needed either , no mixer ? No problem . I don’t use it either , I just use whisk . The magic bullet is kinda a must or food processor might do it too . Otherwise it’ll be hard to grind up oats unless you buy the oat flour . Which kinda defeat the purpose in trying to make this recipe as simple and $$ saving as possible . You’ll need muffin liner n pan too . If you don’t have liner , use spray . I like the liner , less mess .

Banana Oats Muffins

  • 150 grams old fashioned oats
  • 35 grams almond flour
  • 20 grams vanilla protein powder ( I used UMP international )
  • 6 grams peanut butter powder ( I used pb2 )
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 12 grams of sugar ( you can use coconut sugar or cane sugar or honey )
  • 2 large eggs
  • 250 grams very ripe bananas , mashed ( yes black n mushy )
  • 60 grams coconut milk ( I used unsweetened , not canned milk , find the one in fridge , in milk carton )

Instructions :

Mix dry ingredients , whisk eggs , add bananas , whisk well .

Add the dry ingredients , whisk . Add milk, stir well . Pour batter in 12 muffin liners as equal as you can .

Bake 350 F , 15-17 minutes .

Calories per serving 105 calories

Macros : 15.3C 3.1F 4.6P

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