Recipe: Oaty Banana Muffins

Wifey has really been experimenting of late with some different ideas for Breakfast. We like new things rather than being stuck with the same things to eat week-in-week-out. We also have a requirement of being able to take breakfast to work to eat.

This leads to being creative while trying to keep eating healthy. Different flavours and different textures are all popping up right now. Just last week we had some Savoury Breakfast Muffins which were so versatile it’s unreal.

This week’s little creation is still muffin themed, but rather than the texture of an omelette, it’s really more of what a muffin is. I love these little muffins because they’re also ideal if heading out for some exercise early on. If I was to go out on the bike early doors, these are ideal for chucking down my neck before heading out.

Why Banana? They’re brilliant to add in this recipe due to their consistency. not only that, but the fruit is a good source of vitamins too. Bananas are a healthy source of fibre, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants and phytonutrients.

They’re also a good source of carbohydrates, hence the usefulness when heading out to exercise early on. It gives your body that bit of base food to work with while you’re going for it. Mixed in with the dried Oats, there is plenty of fuel for your body to get going.

So how do you make these flavoursome muffins? That’s fairly easy. There are only 5 different ingredients; Bananas, Dried Oats, Granulated Sweetener, Eggs and a teenie bit of Cinnamon.

Mix all the ingredients together into a batter type mixture then divide and bake. Click below to download my recipe card and instructions.

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