Banana Oat Proteins Muffins zero flour or sugars added, 100 calories
Ahhhhh We live for the weekends, and this last one was simply so lovely and relaxing. I mean who doesn’t love laying in bed an extra half hour on Sunday mornings? Nowadays, it’s a luxury.
Oh well. To more exciting issues…
Bananas are my total beloved! They pack potassium and digestible (good-for-you) carbs. So, what does this mean? Well, they provide your body fuel and just about make you feel like a rock star. However, not the type of rock and roll stars that do drugs.
In every seriousness, I really like baking with bananas simply because they add moisture, become a binder, and also have more than enough flavor where you don’t have to add additional sugar.
These banana muffins are my brand-new favorite snack for SO multiple reasons. They have simple ingredients, come out insanely damp and full of flavor, Plus they pack some serious fiber and proteins. Oh and one very last thing, they’re less than 100 calorie consumption per muffin!
I want to mention a few important ingredients in these wonderful muffins:
Oat bran: I decided that I needed to create a muffin without the flour and knew that oat bran would be a fantastic choice. I found some at Trader Joe’s near the cereal section, and it’s really now among the best fake ‘flours’ to bake with. The nutritional information is also wonderful!
Protein natural powder: Yes, I used protein natural powder in these muffins, but only a scoop! It really provides muffins a little taste boost and in addition additional protein. I encourage you to give it a try, because I do think you’ll really enjoy it. I used 100 calorie vanilla proteins natural powder, and my dietary information within the recipe reflects that.
Bananas + Applesauce: I used two VERY ripe bananas for taste and a bit of unsweetened applesauce instead of oil. YUM.
Greek Yogurt: Yes, more protein! I used nonfat greek yogurt for additional protein and to keep carefully the muffins moist. I’m an enormous lover of Chobani, Liberte, and Fage brands for my cooking recipes.
Wait around… what’s this? Sadly Nutella isn’t within the recipe, BUT it’s completely lovely spread on top of a warm muffin. (That’s why I held the inside of the muffins so healthful. HA.)
A teaspoon of Nutella has about 33 calories. And really, a teaspoon on these is normally all you have to for just some indulgence! Or if you want you can even add in chocolate chips, berries, or nuts!
One last thing: these are ideal for freezing; to reheat just microwave for one minute! Here’s more information regarding stuffed zucchini boats grilled visit our own site. Enjoy!
1 scoop vanilla protein powder (about 1/4 cup)
2 teaspoons cooking powder
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
2 huge egg whites (or 1 egg)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Apply 12 glass muffin tin with nonstick cooking spray or grease well with coconut oil
In a medium bowl whisk collectively oat bran, protein powder, baking powder and cinnamon; reserve.
In a big bowl, mix mashed banana, applesauce, greek yogurt, egg whites, and vanilla together until well combined and smooth. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and combine until just mixed. Let batter sit two mins to thicken a bit. Divide batter consistently into 12 muffin cups and bake 15 minutes or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Transfer to a wire rack to awesome for 10 minutes, after that remove muffins from tin and place on cable rack to cool completely.
Muffins are ideal served warm with your beloved spread. Feel absolve to add in delicious chocolate chips, berries, or nut products to the batter!
Omg I have to try this! Coconut flour is also a great option for healthy baking but could be a little tricky to utilize.
Okay I made a healthy homemade ‘Nutella’ and experience it would be criminal not to share, it was very easy and We actually enjoy it better than the real thing!!
Blend 1 C roasted, cooled then peeled hazelnuts with 1-2 T macadamia oil (or another healthy oi, and not essential) until it reaches a butter persistence then add 1.5 T cocoa and 2-3 T pure maple syrup (or another sweetener) mix and completed! I hope you give it a try I think you’ll love it, specifically on these muffins!
Is there a substitute for the apple sauce?
I just found your blog and am overwhelmed and exactly how amazing everything sounds, I must say i can’t wait to try my hands at a few of these this weekend!
Is there anything I could use instead of apple sauce?
I simply cooked them (you may still find warm) and they’re so delicious!
I replaced the two 2 white eggs with 1 whole egg + 1/2 glass more of applesauce
I actually replaced the yogourth with vanilla soja milk
I used 1/3 glass of chocolate proteins (Impact Diet Whey from #myprotein)
This is an incredible light muffin recipe !