Banana Oat Blender Breakfast Muffins (GF)

Hi friends,

Everyone LOVES an easy recipe and less dishes to clean am I right or am I right? Well, keep reading then because all you need is a blender!

This recipe could not be any easier! You literally just throw all the ingredients (except chocolate chips) into the blender, stir in chocolate chips, pour into a lined muffin tray and bake.

The muffins are naturally sweetened with bananas so the more ripe the better! Like I’m talking with lots of spots + black pieces on the peel. I love to enjoy these Banana Oat Blender Breakfast Muffins with a bit of almond butter or jam to add some extra sweetness. Otherwise if you want a sweeter muffin, I would add some stevia drops to avoid changing the liquid to dry ingredient ratio too much. I used tahini, which is ground sesame seeds, so this muffin could go to school with your kids without any issues! If you don’t have tahini on hand, I’d suggest using a natural peanut or almond butter as a substitute.

You’ll need a blender & the following ingredients:

Steel cut oats (certified gluten-free if needed)
Tahini aka Sesame Seed Butter (or almond/peanut butter)
Eggs
Ripe Bananas
Chocolate Chips (I used semi-sweet)
Baking Powder
Baking Soda
Salt

This recipe is gluten-free (ensure you use certified gluten-free oats if cross contamination and gluten is a problem for you), dairy-free and refined sugar-free (depending on which chocolate chips you decide to use!). I like semi-sweet but you can definitely use your favourite alternative.

Looking for more muffin recipes? How about you try my:

Healthy Sweet Potato Breakfast Muffins
1 Bowl Grain-free Blueberry Muffins

I cannot wait for you to try this healthy muffin recipe! Tag me on social @balancingandie. I would LOVE to connect with you!

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2 Replies to “Banana Oat Blender Breakfast Muffins (GF)”

  1. What are the key ingredients used in making Banana Oat Blender Breakfast Muffins (GF)?

  2. I would consider at least soaking steel cut oats if not fully cooking at least otherwise you’ll end up with extra dry muffins

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