It's that time of year again when I'm inspired to bake every weekend. The mornings are cooler making it the perfect time to munch on a healthy muffin like this Banana Oat Muffin and sip a big cup of tea or slurp on a matcha latte.
This muffin recipe is a dense, "meaty" recipe making it perfect for breakfast as it is quite fulfilling! And you'll love that it is full of wholesome ingredients you probably have stocked in your kitchen. If you don't have these ingredient staples, I highly recommend you get on that so that you can scroll through all my yummy recipes and make use of those healthy ingredients in your pantry!
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Here's the recipe! Watch how to make it on Instagram here.
Makes 12 large muffins
Some of you are probably wondering if these can be made without the two eggs? Even though I haven't made them without eggs, I suspect they would hold together just fine because of the bananas and due to the fact that oat flour is more dense. However, you'll have to add some liquid when you remove the eggs. I would suggest 1/3 cup of water or non-dairy milk.
You can also add 1/3 cup of chocolate chips if you like. My hubby and daughter are big fans of chocolate chips so when I make these muffins, I've been known to add them.
Did you know you can also turn this into a loaf? You'll have to double the baking time but then it's a little less work for you because there's no spooning the batter into 12 muffin cups. You'll notice some chocolate chips made their way into this loaf - I was forced, ha!
I hope you enjoy this muffin recipe as much as we do!
Ps. Looking for more nut-free, gluten-free recipes? Try these Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies!