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Healthy Banana Muffins

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  • 2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup oats (quick-cooking)
  • 1 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 3 bananas (Medium, mashed)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 cup butter (melted)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts (coarsly-)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium6% DV150mg
    Fat8% DV5g
    Protein8% DV4g
    Carbs8% DV25g
    Fiber12% DV3g
    Calories150Calories from Fat45
    Total Fat5g8%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat45
    Total Carbohydrate25g8%
    Dietary Fiber3g12%
    Vitamin A2%
    Vitamin C2%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Michele Nelson 22 days ago
    I substituted 1 c regularly flour and omitted the oats and added 1/3 c chocolate chips I had left over. They turned out great! Will make again:)
    Vreca 25 days ago
    Used less sugar and they turned out great.
    Karri Jo B. 2 months ago
    Easy to follow recipe, tastes good, very pleased.
    Dabellina Matamoros 2 months ago
    i thought these were really delicious! and so did my my little one "stole" her 3rd one!
    Ada Tipton 3 months ago
    Came out perfect! I used quick cook steel cut oats and used blueberries instead of walnuts.
    Analea S. 4 months ago
    Loved them! I made these with pecans and added a couple tbsp of chia seeds. I ended up having to bake them for 19 minutes and felt they could have been a bit more moist. Might try to add a bit more liquid next time.
    Susanne Thomas 5 months ago
    Excellent flavor and texture. Dough is pretty thick added a little milk. Will make again
    Chef E 5 months ago
    This recipe is easy to follow, it took about 16-17 mins to bake and about 160 calories per piece, total 18 pieces.
    P a year ago
    super yummy. i forgot to put the eggs in and still turned out perfectly.
    Cheffing Michael a year ago
    Really good muffins. I made mine with honey instead of sugar
    Ayfa ashraf a year ago
    i love this recipe. ive made it a few times and its always been delicious!
    Dawn M. a year ago
    great taste. I used gluten free flour so that could have made it drier. I will try next time with regular flour.
    Mozes a year ago
    delicious! used light brown sugar instead, and turned out great. goes wonderfully with coffee for brunch :)
    Noor Alawadhi a year ago
    Amazingly delicious! 💛
    Lori Gregory a year ago
    These were fantastic way to go when your on the move
    jeanette b. 2 years ago
    I used almond flour, unsweetened applesauce and splenda brown sugar instead of regular flour, butter and regular brown sugar. Did have to bake them for 25 minutes and yielded 12 at approximately 300 calories each. These muffins are by far the best I have ever made!!! Very moist and even my husband loved them...a keeper!
    sarah rutherford 2 years ago
    Loved em, added a few extras; raisins, chia seeds, and ground flax, also baked em almost double the suggested time. (:
    Kirsten B. 2 years ago
    These were yummy and easy to make. The better was a little thicker than what I’m used to for muffins and cook time was about 8 minutes longer than the recipe called for.
    Mooney 2 years ago
    These muffins are terrific! I didn’t have dark brown sugar, so used light brown and also used half the amount of melted butter and the other half coconut oil. I used large muffin tins, so the bake time was substantially longer. Will definitely be a regular recipe. So healthy!
    Susan A. 2 years ago
    I substituted a flax egg for one of them and added apple sauce for half of the butter to make them even healthier! They turned out great.
    Mellonease K. 2 years ago
    I really like these.
    Jessica S. 2 years ago
    Love these yummy & nutritious muffins
    christine t. 2 years ago
    love this recipe, so easy to make. I leave the nuts out so they can be taken to school. I also use oil instead of butter to make little healthier. This recipe also makes a great loaf.
    Danielle S. 3 years ago
    great muffins. I added dates instead of walnuts and some oat bran with oatmeal. yummy
    Kiara 3 years ago
    These turned out pretty good, but I didn’t end up adding in the nuts inside the batter or probably at least 1/2 cup of the dry mixture because it was turning more like dough than batter. I think more wet ingredients are needed here. I used steel cut quick oats instead of regular oats which gave it a nice texture. I would probably add one more banana next time to really bring out the banana flavor and moisture. I sprinkled chopped walnuts and a small pinch of sugar on top of the muffins to add additional flavor and texture.
    Jac 3 years ago
    Pretty good, needs a bit more moisture.
    Liz Nelson 3 years ago
    These are delicious! I added 2 teaspoons of vanilla and cinnamon because I like stronger flavors. I also added an extra egg at the end because it was a little dry.
    Kristene E. 3 years ago
    These came out great! They took around 12minutes to bake, are delicious and look equally as scrumptious. I used old fashioned oats and for 1/2 the batter added dark chocolate chips. They are plenty sweet enough for us. The oats and whole wheat combination makes for a very hearty muffin. I will definitely make these again!
    Christine J. 4 years ago
    Awesome! As one of my first attempts at baking they came out great. Super easy and tasty! This only made 12 muffins for me, but I definitely made them big, so that may be on me. Overall good.
    Maureen Croft 5 years ago
    Delish! Easy to make and a yummy snack for on the go! Didn't make the 24 servings as suggested but perhaps I was just being a bit generous!