Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Super Healthy Blueberry Banana Muffins

Let's get fit!
One of my new years's resolution was to go to the gym regularly, which has been succesful so far. But as you are there, close to death, every day, you kinda wonder that maybe you should reduce the amount of unhealthy food you eat...

Ok, the term 'unhealthy' is very subjective: personally, I don't think that there is anything bad with that 250 g butter in a tray of brownies.
But they won't make you skinny, that's for sure.
So now, I am trying to eat a bit healthier. Since I still wanted to have cake, cos you know, cake is cake, I made this super-healthy blueberry-banana muffin recipe, and it worked. Yummy and healthy.

As you can see, my muffin tray's holes make super 'skinny' muffins; feel free to make them in the regular ones.

These little things are perfect for library snacks, or lunchboxes. But a bigger post is coming on those soon.


300 g flour
1 tsp baking powder
50 g porridge oats
2 eggs
120 g low fat natural yogurt
140 g almond milk
50 g butter (melted)
100 g honey
2 bananas
200 g blueberries, washed


In a large bowl, mix all the dry ingredients: the flour, the baking powder and the oats.
In an other bowl, beat the eggs for a couple of minutes, then add honey, yogurt and almond milk, melted butter and beat it together for another 3 minutes.
Mash up bananas with a fork, and add it to the egg mixture.
Mix the egg mixture into the dry mixture. Add the blueberries - try to have them as dry as possible (so wash them a while before baking), as you dont want to incorporate any additional water into your dough.
Butter your muffin tray, or put some muffin cases into the holes: bake on 175 C for 25 minutes.

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