Weekly on Instagram I’m posting some new photo of muffins that I’ve baked. You’d think I’m running some kind of bakery from my house but nope, only a huge fan of compact small flavor bombs for breakfast time.
And yes, pig feet vs ham hocks I just referred to muffins as small flavor bombs”… Who the hell am I?
Have you any idea who I want I had been? Beyonce. After all did you men see her last night during the half-time show? What a goddess! Seriously, can someone just explain to me how to leap around with 6-inch heels and a microphone in some tiny outfit? They are skills they need to teach you in college. Maybe I can practice next time I make muffins? Yes, definitely… search for the Instagram pics.
Simply kidding, I’ll adhere to the things I really do best for the present time. You understand like cooking muffins with fresh strawberries, sweet bananas, healthy oats, and a bit of chocolates chips? That’s just how my brain functions.
In fact, I believe it might be one of the better combinations on the market. Nevertheless whatever they devote my margaritas is also up top on my list. But margaritas and muffins aren’t quite exactly the same so we’ll revert back to the subject of baked goods. I am sorry, it’s Monday.
So you may be wondering what’s all in these little magical bites. Well besides strawberries, there’s whole wheat pastry flour for a lighter, healthy texture. along with rolled oats, which help bring a great chewiness and taste that remind me of a plate of oatmeal each day.
To create these muffins healthy, I didn’t use any kind of added sugar. Instead, ripe bananas and a smidge of honey sweeten up it up naturally. Oh and there’s only a tablespoon of olive oil too for a bit of healthful fat, but I believe you could utilize much less since greek yogurt can be used to include moistness.
The best part? These are just 150 calories and have nearly 5 grams of proteins! Plus that little chocolate you get with every bite is perfect; these muffins certainly make mornings a little bit brighter. I pass on mine thick with healthful almond butter, but I believe a drizzle of honey will be delightful as well.
1 cup rolled oats
3/4 teaspoon cooking soda
1/2 teaspoon cooking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 heaping glass mashed bananas (about 2 to 3 3 large very ripe bananas)
1 tablespoon essential olive oil
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup mini chocolate chips
2/3 cup diced strawberries
12 thin pieces of strawberries (about 3-4 strawberries) for topping, if desired
Preheat oven to 350 levels F. Spray 12-cup muffin skillet with cooking spray or series the insides from the muffin tins with paper liners and squirt with cooking aerosol therefore the muffins do not stick to the liners.
In a big bowl, whisk jointly flour, oats, baking soda pop, baking natural powder, and salt. Reserve 2 tablespoons from the oat-flour mix and toss together with your diced strawberries. Set aside for later on.
In a large mixing bowl, combine mashed banana, essential olive oil, honey and vanilla. Add in egg as well as the egg white and defeat until combined. Next add greek yogurt and almond dairy and and defeat on low until clean in persistence, about 1 minute. Add the banana combination towards the flour mixture and combine until damp – It’s important to not really over mix! Next gently fold in the diced strawberries and chocolates chips into the batter with a solid wood spoon to equally distribute.
Spoon the batter evenly into muffin cups. Place a thin strawberry cut on each muffin if preferred.
Bake for 18-23 a few minutes or until a tester inserted into middle of the muffin comes out clean. The amount of time will vary predicated on your range. Once a tester placed into the muffin comes out clean, great for ten minutes in muffin tins on wire rack, after that remove from pan gently and cool completely on wire rack. Muffins are ideal served a bit warm and pass on with nut butter.
The muffins could be frozen. Once totally cool, simply separately wrap in plastic wrap and place in freezer. To reheat just warmth in microwave. Muffins should be stored in refrigerator or frozen after two times.
Loving these! love the big chunky oats, as well as the gorgeous berries – the strawberries just pop from the page!
No white sugars, healthy, whole grains, protein – you did it with one of these ! Pinning!