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Oat Chia Banana Breakfast Muffin


INGREDIENTS


1Large Ripe Banana

1 1/2Gluten-Free Rolled Oats

2 tbsp chia Seeds

1 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp sea salt

1 tsp Cinnamon

3 tbsp maple Syrup

1/2 cup plant-Based Milk

2 tbsp coconut Oil, Melted

1 tsp Natural Vanilla Extract

1 Banana Slices For Topping


COOK TIME: 45 MINUTES


SERVINGS: 6

CALORIES

194g

CARB

29g

FAT

7g

PROTEIN

4g


TOOLS


Bowl

Muffin Pan



INSTRUCTIONS:


1 Mash the banana with a fork.

2 In a bowl, combine the dry ingredients (oats, chia seeds, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt).

3 Add the wet ingredients (mashed banana, maple syrup, plant milk, coconut oil, and vanilla).

4 Transfer to a muffin pan and (optional) decorate with banana slices.

5 Bake in 350°F for 30 minutes or until golden brown.


SUPER SIMPLE VEGAN OAT CHIA BREAKFAST MUFFIN


Love baking but find you’re short on time? Check out our ultra-tasty vegan oat chia banana muffin recipe. With only 15 minutes of active prep and 30 minutes of baking, you can relish the flavors of healthy homemade gluten-free baked goods without disrupting your schedule.


Hearty ingredients like oats and banana help make these delicious muffins super satiating while chia seeds offer a boost of iron, omegas, and fiber. Healthy fats are represented by coconut oil and plant-based milk. A dash of cinnamon offers anti-inflammatory properties for a deceptively nutritious treat. Add a little maple syrup, and you’ve got a subtle hit of sweetness that will satisfy your sugar cravings without going overboard.


Made from vegan and gluten-free ingredients, these muffins are light and packed with flavor with the perfect amount of crumb. Each muffin boasts 4 grams of protein and can be toasted and smeared with a little nut butter if you’re looking for a little extra protein in your breakfast.


While we love them as part of a healthy, well-balanced breakfast, these vegan oat chia banana muffins are fantastic as a midday snack to help keep the afternoon slump at bay or a lightly sweet treat. Pack these in your kids’ lunchboxes as a healthier alternative to store-bought baked goods.


This quick baking project is something you can do as part of your weekend meal prep. They’re so simple to make, you can even whip up a batch when you’re enjoying a mellow night at home. You can customize them to suit your tastes – add in dried fruit or nuts or a little extra spice to kick up the flavor to the next level.


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