Easy Healthy Muffin Recipes
Blueberry, Oat Bran, Pumpkin
and Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Easy healthy muffin recipes like blueberry, oat bran, and banana
chocolate chip muffins, and a gourmet recipe with pumpkin.
Plus learn how to make muffins whole grain that are easy and delicious!
Blueberry Muffin Recipes
recipe for blueberry muffins. One of the best things we have ever eaten.
Low calories, low fat
, and high fiber
with whole wheat bran and
it's delicious! Perfect for a healthy breakfast.
Low fat with whole wheat flour and applesauce. The perfect balance of sweetness and nutrition.
Bran Muffin Recipes
Healthy Kellogs raisin bran cereal muffins with honey. Sure to be your new favorite healthy breakfast muffin.
Low with whole wheat bran, buttermilk, applesauce, and craisins.
Low fat, healthy, and high fiber with whole wheat flour, applesauce, and yogurt and
it tastes good!
High fiber. Low in calories and fat. Soft and delicious with flaxseeds and non fat yogurt.
Chocolate Muffin Recipes
Cocoa, chocolate chips, and walnuts. For serious chocolate lovers.
Rich and moist with sour cream and a low calorie twist.
Soft and flavorful with applesauce.
Healthy Muffin Recipes
Under 100 calories, moist, and flavorful. Healthy breakfast food at its best.
Low calories, low fat, high fiber, and delicious.
High fiber yet moist and tasty. Great for breakfast or anytime you need a healthy snack.
A delicious, guilt-free, healthy snack food with flaxseeds and applesauce.
A healthy, wholesome, and delicious breakfast treat.
Simple yet hearty and satisfying with applesauce, walnuts, and craisins.
Healthy with bananas, cinnamon, and walnuts for a wonderful taste and texture. Perfect for breakfast or an after dinner
Plus whole wheat flour and applesauce. Sweet and Hearty.
Rich and flavorful with oatmeal, bran, and some nuts and seeds for crunch.
Quick and easy with a cinnamon crumb topping. A soft and pleasant morning meal.
Easy with a yummy crumb topping.
A quick way to turn your overripe bananas into a delicious treat.
Rich and flavorful.
A delicious healthy recipe with bananas, oat bran, whole wheat flour, flaxseeds and applesauce.
Flavorful and crunchy with Old Fashion Quaker Oatmeal and lots of seeds and nuts. This isn't a snack. It's a meal.
Rich and moist with sour cream. Plus a low calorie twist.
These are decadent with pumpkin puree and spice, plus
whole apples and sauce, and a crumb topping. The perfect gourmet treat for fall.
Rich, soft, and flavorful with applesauce.
More of the Best Muffins
Low fat with lemon zest and yogurt. A delicious, healthy breakfast recipe.
Easy and low fat. Soft on the inside, crispy on the outside.
Creamy with coconut, yogurt, and cinnamon.
Healthy recipe with no sugar added.
How to Make Muffins
These tips and techniques will make you a master muffin maker in no time:
Muffin paper liners work well but they can cause the muffin to fall apart so for perfect muffins every time just lightly spray the
muffin cups, including the top of the pan, with some cooking spray.
The key to fluffy muffins is to not overmix the ingredients. Always add wet to dry ingredients and mix with as few strokes as
possible (lumps are okay, even a few streaks of flour).
FOLD don't stir items like fruit, nuts, etc. into mixture. How to fold: The lighter mixture (i.e. blueberries) is placed on top of the
heavier mixture, then the two are combined by passing a spatula down through the mixture, across the bottom, and up over the top.
This process continues until the mixtures are combined.
(Source: Busy Cooks)
If you want to mix in fresh or frozen fruit, then reduce the liquid in your wet ingredients. This way the batter will be thicker which helps
to keep the fruit from sinking to the bottom during the baking process.
If you are using a muffin recipe that calls for a lot of mix-ins like grated fruit, nuts, etc., then increase your bake-time to prevent the center from
being gooey and undercooked.
Most muffins are very versatile. So be creative with substitutes, they are not likely to hurt the recipe. For example, oil in any
muffin recipe can be substituted for applesauce, pumpkin puree, cooked and pureed carrots, squash, mashed banana, pudding, etc. Go for whatever tempts
your taste buds!
If you use a standard cupcake tin, your tasty treats should be ready within 18 - 22 minutes provided you only fill each one 2/3 full and bake
at 375 degrees F. They are done when a toothpick inserted into the center of a muffin comes out clean.
Make the best muffins even better (for you) by substituting the all purpose flour for a whole grain flour.
Just add 2 teaspoons of wheat gluten to ensure fluffiness, reduce heat by 25 degrees F and bake until a toothpick inserted into the center of
a muffin comes out clean.
Whole wheat flour is an obvious substitute. Worried about compromising flavor and texture? Don't be! There are many types of whole
wheat flours that are sweeter and lighter. Hard white wheat flour creates similar results as all white
but is much better for you. There are other choices, too, like kamut flour, spelt flour,
oat flour, and teff flour. These are all healthier alternatives. So explore...discover...and ENJOY!
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