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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Clean Eat Recipe :: Banana Muffins

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I had a lot of "dying" bananas on my hand and wanted to make use of them.  I wasn't feeling Banana Bread so I decided that I would re-make Tiffany's Blueberry Muffins into Banana Muffins!  Oh my gosh, they were amazing!

Clean Banana Muffins

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups oat flour
1/2 cup rolled oats
1/3 cup Xylitol
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce
1 tsp pure vanilla extract (avoid HFCS)
2 egg whites
1 Tbsp coconut oil, melted
1 cup mashed bananas (2-3 large bananas)


Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line your muffin tin with liners for easy clean up.
2. Combine dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl.
3. Creating a well at the bottom of the bowl, begin adding and mixing in wet ingredients until combined.
4. Stir mashed bananas into the batter.
5. Fill each muffin tin and bake for 22-24 minutes until golden brown.  Let cool for 5 minutes before removing from muffin tin.

Makes 12 muffins.

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15 comments:

  1. This sounds delicious I can't wait to try it. Do you have the nutritional content for it?

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  2. I made these last night as my breakfasts for the week. YUM! Mind you, I did NOT follow this recipe exactly because I was missing some of the ingredients and live in a small town, so finding them just wasn't gonna happen. I had the perfect number of overripe bananas, so finding this was great! I used organic whole wheat flour instead of oat flour (I already had it in the pantry and need to use it up). So I used 1 cup whole wheat flour, 1/2 cup vanilla protein powder, about 10 packets of Stevia in the raw (didn't have Xylitol), and 1 Tbsp butter (once again, couldn't find coconut oil). I did find that Amazon is a pretty good place to order those things, but I wanted to make them now, and my order won't arrive for another 3 days. They turned out pretty good. They have a weird aftertaste to them, but I'm thinking it might be from the protein powder. Not weird enough to deter me from eating them :) definitely bake for at least 20 minutes! I checked mine at 15 and they seemed done (sprang back but weren't golden brown) so I took them out. Mine could have benefitted from another few minutes, but they were still good. This recipe is definitely a keeper! Thank you ladies for putting up such awesome recipes!

    ~Stacy

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    1. OK, so since I gobbled up my first batch (I ate 2 each morning as my breakfast), I'm making these again. And my Amazon order arrived today, so I'm following the recipe to a T. Can't wait for them to be done :-D

      ~Stacy

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  3. I've made these twice. They are delicious! DEFINITELY a keeper.

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  4. Hi there, DO you know how many calories is one of these muffins? Thank You and they are delicious!!

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  6. I've calculated around 113.0 calories each when I added the items needed divided by 12 :) AWESOME

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    1. Thanks Natasha! We don't include macros much anymore because they vary so much but thank you for calculating and sharing!

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  7. Just made these. Substituted oat flour, much cheeper than almond flour ( just blend oats to make ur own) Substituted brown sugar. I didnt have apple sauce, so I just made my own in my nutirbullet.( 1 organic apple blended with a lil water, made 1/3 cup.I put it all in) No milk in the house, so I subd vanilla greek yogurt. Added a bunch of cinnamon and apple pie spice. I made mini muffins, baked 15min there fluffy and golden on the outside! Very yummy...and I know my muffins! Well be making these often ;)

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    1. Yum! The Greek yogurt is a great idea! I'm glad you liked them! :-)

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  8. Can you put walnuts in? And if so how much do you recommend?

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    1. You can! It would just be up to you honestly. I would probably add 1-2 servings of walnuts for the entire batch. I haven't ever added any to mine but it sounds good!

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  9. I never have a problem baking, but these came out with a "raw" look. I'm unsure if it's because of the bananas, or if they're undercooked and am afraid to eat them due to eggs being in them. Are they supposed to look undercooked or do they have regular muffin texture?

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    1. They usually have a regular muffin texture and appearance. They actually get a little brown because of the banana!

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  10. 3 Studies REVEAL How Coconut Oil Kills Fat.

    This means that you literally get rid of fat by eating Coconut Fats (also coconut milk, coconut cream and coconut oil).

    These 3 studies from large medicinal journals are sure to turn the traditional nutrition world upside down!

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