Banana Blueberry Muffins

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An easy recipe for diet muffins without sugar and wheat flour. These muffins are a great alternative to store-bought sweets with margarine and other unhealthy additives.

Nutritional value (per 100 g):
Caloric content – 165 kcal
Protein – 6 g
Fat – 4 g
Carbohydrates – 26 g

Oat flakes – 200 g
Natural yogurt – 200 g
Eggs – 2 pcs.
Bananas – 2 pcs. (220 g)
Blueberries or currants – 50 g

Cooking method:

  1. Grind the oatmeal to flour with a blender.
  2. Using a blender, beat the bananas, eggs, and yogurt until smooth.
  3. Place all ingredients (except blueberries) in a bowl and stir until smooth. Avoid the appearance of lumps.
  4. Add the blueberries and stir gently to keep the berries intact.
  5. Bake the muffins in a silicone mold in an oven preheated to 185 degrees until cooked (we check the readiness with a wooden stick, the stick should be dry at the exit).

15 thoughts on “Banana Blueberry Muffins”

  1. I make banana / cranberry muffins. Also Cranberry / Orange rind bit muffins. Will try the banana with blueberries, instead!

      1. I’m afraid we experiment with recipes a lot. It depends on what is in season as well as what is available in our pantry.

      2. I understand, but if there is a chance, why not once per month, right? I also cook mostly regular stuff, but sometimes I need something new.

      3. True – it doesn’t take a lot of thought to reproduce the tried and true, but that gets ‘old’ after a while.

      4. Well, I love to pick favorite dishes and put it into the family book, which we always cook and love, not expensive as well, only for holidays can be experiment. After all, we eat to exist, not exist to eat)

      5. I agree. My personal belief is that we are what we eat, drink, think and do, sothe first thing I do is look at the ingredients to verify if they are healthy… I’ve rejected certain ready-made things because they include things like canola oil, palm oil or corn syrup – feel free to disagree, but I don’t consider any of those to be good for a person.

      6. True, I also check for this ingredients. In general, I am trying to cook at home, but sometimes I can be too busy or tired that have to buy ready food.

      7. LOL – your comment reminded me that I need to set something out to thaw – won’t know what until I peek into the freezer.
        Have a great day!

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