Thanks for stopping by today! I’m excited to be sharing this Pinterest Remake of a delicious flourless banana oatmeal muffins recipe. You are going to LOVE them!
We go through bananas like crazy.
I’m talking about dozens of bananas a week, people. Crazy.
I use a banana in my smoothie almost every morning, my husband slices one over his cereal every day (usually twice) and my 15-year-old son eats at least one banana as a snack every day. It’s hard to keep up with the banana demand these days.
But every once in a while, a few of our bananas are around long enough to start turning a little brown, and then nobody will touch them. Until I make them into banana bread, of course.
I’ve made the same old banana bread for years. Not that there’s anything wrong with my banana bread recipe. It’s actually quite delicious.
I’ve never had complaints. That’s for sure.
But sometimes change is good.
So I searched on Pinterest for a banana muffin option that was a little bit healthier, and I was intrigued by this pin. I followed the pin to a recipe on NateandRachael.com.
I wanted to customize the recipe in a few ways. I knew that I wanted to add nuts to the banana muffins. And I knew that some of my family members would only eat them if they had chocolate chips. I also had a good stash of fresh blueberries in the fridge, so I was curious to see how those would taste mixed in. But I didn’t want everything in every muffin or I knew nobody would eat them.
It was a mix party, I tell you!
These muffins were SO good!
Don’t expect something with the same taste and texture as traditional banana bread. Because there is no flour in these muffins, the texture is more moist and dense. But we all loved them!
Are you ready for the recipe?
Not only am I going to show you how EASY these gluten-free muffins are, but I’ve got a BONUS for you of a ton of other fantastic Pinterest remakes.
Don’t you always wonder if those recipes and projects you see on Pinterest are as good as they look? I know I do!
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Looks good! I am going to try this recipe
Betty C says
I’m glad you mentioned the different texture because that was my first thought. I definitely have to try these. They look delicious.
Sandy Weinstein says
i love these, great fiber, just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy your sweet tooth, and it is healthy, low fat and low calories
Lisa Brown says
I would definitely add chocolate chips to mine; they look great!
Sarah L says
That would be yummy. I want blueberries in mine.
Margot C says
Oh gosh, eggs in front of my nose, nevermind – looks lovely with or without them!
They’d be perfect for her, then!
They’re healthy AND yummy! I hope you love them!
Margot, actually there are 2 eggs in the recipe, but if you need to leave the eggs out, I’ve heard that you can substitute 3 tablespoons of water plus 1 tablespoon of ground flax for one egg.
Margot C says
The other cool thing about this recipe; no eggs!
Julie Wood says
These are very healthy muffins that I want to make. They look so pretty and delicious. We love muffins at our house. Thanks for sharing.
Ellen Christian (@ellenblogs) says
These sound really good. My daughter is gluten intolerant and she’d love them!
shelly peterson says
My family loves muffins. I love that this recipe is a bit healthier than most. I would love to try them with the chocolate chips added in.