Muffins are a traditional and loved by everyone dessert, we are all happy to have one or two. Today I’d like to share some cool recipes to make them, they are very tasty and besides that they are healthy – what else do we need? Low calorie muffins not to feel guilty are ideal for breakfast or just tea time, let’s have a look at the recipes.
Bursting with mint and honey aromas, these low calorie muffins are high in protein. With a rich sponge-like chocolate center, dotted with chocolate chips and flavored with mint, almond and honey, these cakes really are the best of the best without being super bad for you.
These light, lemony paleo blueberry lemon poppyseed muffins are made with almond flour, honey, and lemon. Gluten-free and bursting with blueberries! They’re light and they’re lemony, but they’re so full of protein that one totally satisfies.
Moist and tender muffins filled with strawberry yogurt, fresh strawberries and strawberry jam. A wholesome breakfast to start your day! Strawberry yogurt, fresh strawberries and a little surprise pocket of strawberry jam fill these muffins with all the strawberry flavor you could want.
These are no word of a lie, the best banana muffins ever! These glorious little guys are packed with healthy ingredients, including almond meal, oats, almond milk and minimal sweeteners. They are moist in the inside with a crispy’ish muffin top and most importantly, it’s all about the ingredients and these pack a healthy list.
No butter. No oil. An amazingly healthier versions of chocolate muffins! They’re perfectly moist, chocolatey, delicious and so impressive. The ultimate avocado-chocolate treat! These healthy muffins are pretty easy to make, enjoy baking and eating them!
Here’s a recipe of ideal vegan muffins! They’re naturally sweetened with apples and carrot, courgette, beetroot or sweet potato, and held together by mashed banana. No refined flour here either; only ground oats and whole-wheat flour. A touch of ground ginger adds a little spice and a pinch of salt brings out all the flavors.
These muffins are amazing and so sweet and yummy. This recipe yield about 12 muffins. Each of them is about 80 grams and it’s packed with protein (about 15 grams per muffin).You can make your own millet flour if you have blender. Just add the millet to the blender and blend until you get a flour. In the same way you can make coconut paste.
Skip the banana bread and preheat your oven for this quick, crowd-friendly recipe for banana chocolate chunk muffins that pair fresh fruit with rich chocolate for the ultimate breakfast duo. Reserve a few chocolate chunks for sprinkling atop the muffins prior to baking. It’ll ensure you get that shiny, gooey, freshly melted chocolate on all of your muffin tops.
The cherry season is one, and it’s high time to use them for making adorable muffins! These chocolate chip cheery breakfast muffin is made up of whole wheat flour and there is refined sugar free. Perfect for breakfast or for a guilt free indulgence.
Look no further with these applesauce oatmeal muffins. They are not overly sweet, these are low in fat, nice, dense and great for breakfast. The muffins can also be frozen and reheated in the microwave! They are also great with a cup of coffee or tea. If you have decided to make these then let’s get muffin party started!
These vegan cranberry flax muffins are simple and satisfying! Packed with flax, oat bran and cranberries these make for a delicious anytime snack!