Banana Blueberry Muffins – sugar and fat free

Banana Blueberry Muffins – sugar and fat free

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After baking an amazing raspberry dream cake without sugar I tried to make a healthier version of my favourite muffins: Blueberry Muffins.

No sugar! No Butter! And only 110 Kcal for one Muffin! Still, they didn’t taste like some healthy boring treats, they tasted really good!

Ok, yes, I did sprinkle some sugar on top, because I thought they would look prettier this way… But that’s totally optional!


AuthorLaura
DifficultyBeginner

110 Kcal for one big, delicious, juicy, fluffy banana and blueberry muffin! Yes, just follow my easy recipe for low-fat and sugar-free blueberry muffins

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Cooked

Yields12 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins

 200 g flour
 40 g oats
 16 g baking powder
 150 g banana
 30 g raisins
 2 eggs
 250 g fat reduced plain yoghurt
 125 g blueberries

1

Preheat the oven at 180 C.

2

If you are using metal muffin tins, put paper tins in them or spray with oil or brush with melted butter, to prevent from sticking.

3

Slice the bananas (150g) and chop the raisins.
If you prefer, you use other dried fruits, like dates or cranberries.

4

In a bowl mix the sliced banana, raisins, 2 eggs, 250g of yoghurt and the blueberries (125g).

5

Add the dried ingredients: flour (200g), rolled oats (40g) and baking powder (16g) and amalgamate.

6

Fill the muffin tins to 3/4 with the dough, it should make 12 regular muffins or 18 small ones.

7

Bake for 20-25 minutes at 180C or until golden brown.

8

Let them cool down 5 minutes before releasing from the form and then on a cooling rack.

9

Enjoy with a glass of cold milk!

Ingredients

 200 g flour
 40 g oats
 16 g baking powder
 150 g banana
 30 g raisins
 2 eggs
 250 g fat reduced plain yoghurt
 125 g blueberries

Directions

1

Preheat the oven at 180 C.

2

If you are using metal muffin tins, put paper tins in them or spray with oil or brush with melted butter, to prevent from sticking.

3

Slice the bananas (150g) and chop the raisins.
If you prefer, you use other dried fruits, like dates or cranberries.

4

In a bowl mix the sliced banana, raisins, 2 eggs, 250g of yoghurt and the blueberries (125g).

5

Add the dried ingredients: flour (200g), rolled oats (40g) and baking powder (16g) and amalgamate.

6

Fill the muffin tins to 3/4 with the dough, it should make 12 regular muffins or 18 small ones.

7

Bake for 20-25 minutes at 180C or until golden brown.

8

Let them cool down 5 minutes before releasing from the form and then on a cooling rack.

9

Enjoy with a glass of cold milk!

Banana Blueberry Muffins – sugar and fat free

My kids don’t like raisins, which I hear is quite common… And I didn’t have any other dried fruits at home, so I used instead 30 g of rice syrup (from Reishunger*) instead. You can also use any sugar substitute of your choice, but make sure it’s ok to bake it!

*affiliate link: this post contains affiliate links, meaning I recommend products I’ve used and loved and may receive a commission if you purchase them too (at no additional cost to you). Use my discount code LAURA10 to enjoy 10% discount on your cart!



Looking for muffins with chocolate? Have a look at my recipe for decadent Nutella (chocolate and hazelnut spread) swirl Muffins!

 

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