Delicious and healthy, these gluten-free Blueberry Oat Blender Muffins are so easy to make and nutritious enough to have for breakfast! I’m so excited about these muffins! Healthy recipes like this are my favourite. Full of nutrition, flavour, nourishment and can be easily made to save time during the week! Blueberry Blender muffins are so simple […]
No one will ever guess these moist, heart-healthy, tempting muffins are made with 100% whole wheat, no eggs or refined sugar! They're packed with blueberry deliciousness and so easy to make, anyone can make them. No mixer required.
Easy one-bowl Banana Oatmeal Muffins are made with almond flour, ripe banana, instant oats and fresh blueberries. These delicious and healthy muffins are completely gluten free, oil free, dairy free and refined sugar free!
Easy and healthy blender muffins made with bananas, oats, and blueberries.
Gluten Free Blueberry Lemon Zest Muffins for a healthy and delicious snack I have been completely obsessed with making these gluten free blueberry lemon zest muffins. They are perfect to make on a Sunday, as meal prep for the week ahead. I love making sweet treats like this to have on hand for healthy snacking! […]
A delicious and healthy Strawberry Spinach Salad is made with toasted pecans, feta cheese, blueberries, red onions and finished with flavorful homemade balsamic dressing. It is super quick and easy to make, perfect for lunch, lazy summer dinner or a potluck party.
Chia & flax seeds, blueberries, and quinoa make up these deliciously healthy muffins.
Looking for a soft and simple blueberry muffin that's healthy too? These are sweet, easy, refined sugar free, dairy free, and gluten free optional.
Oatmeal in a fruit smoothie! It's so healthy, it's quick and easy to prepare! Great for a meal replacement, snack or post-work out! Refreshing!
These healthy blueberry zucchini muffins are bursting with warm freshly baked blueberries and a sweet crumb topping, you'd never guess they contain a vegetable!
If you're looking for an easy, healthy breakfast with fall flavor, that will keep you full all morning long, try these lemon blueberry overnight oats with chia seeds.
I named these healthy goodies muffin breads rather than muffins because they are only subtly sweet. Hence, you are able to taste all the ingredients. There is the divine flavour of blueberries as well as subtle sweetness of peanut butter combined with the taste of banana. And then of course the nutty flavours of millet and buckwheat! Soak time: 6 - 8 hours
These muffins are yummy yet chock-full of healthy ingredients. The applesauce keeps them extremely moist and helps reduce the amount...
Fresh from the oven, these banana blueberry oatmeal muffins are loaded with goodness. Ripe bananas, bursting sweet blueberries, and rolled oats all combine to make a healthy and delicious breakfast treat in less than 30 minutes!
Healthy baked oats with blueberries & zucchini recipe is a soft and deliciously sweet breakfast that your kids will love. It's easy & very simple, vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free...
This is the perfect snack for those who need something sweet in the afternoon, but it's a healthy recipe because it's sweetened only with banana and dates. It’s very easy to prepare and will be loved by adults AND children, so don't forget to add it to your Healthy Meal Planning or Batch Cooking.
This Blueberry-Crammed Banana Oat Bread is fluffy, crammed with blueberries, healthy, easy to make and a great snack on the go.
Make ahead breakfasts: the saviour of busy people across the planet. This quick and easy recipe tastes just like dessert: cherry bakewell overnight oats! Dessert inspired breakfasts are definitely my thing – carrot cake porridge, Apple Pie Granola and blueberry muffins are all amongst my favourites and this easy, cherry bakewell overnight oats recipe is the latest addition. […]
These naturally sweetened, gluten free blueberry cornmeal muffins are incredibly moist and tender, and they’re bursting with blueberries. Made with just almond flour and cornmeal, you’d never know they’re gluten free! The muffins are awesome just as they are, or you can dress them up with an easy honey butter (see the Tips). I love using a medium grind cornmeal in these muffins, as it provides some crunch, but you can use any cornmeal you have (just avoid corn flour). Take note that if you use a dark colored muffin tin you’ll want to check the muffins early, as they may brown faster. Check out my other tips below!
These healthy blueberry muffins are a must for my daughters’ packed lunch boxes, or for those rumbling tummies at around 4 pm when dinner still feels far off. The wholegrain flour and oats make them more sustaining and low GI compared to white flour-based cakes, so your blood glucose levels don’t crash and burn like after a quick sugary snack. You can even substitute the quick oats for steel-rolled oats for even better slow energy release, but the texture is a little chewier - try half and half to begin with to make sure you like the substitution! These wholewheat berry muffins also work as healthy muffins for breakfast. We’re constantly running out of time in the mornings, and so I do like to have something on hand to push into a Tupperware for myself for later, or to give my daughters as they rush out of the door. This way I can make sure they’ll be eating something with slow energy release, protein, and even some fruit in it. Sure, these are cakes - there’s no avoiding that - but I feel much happier giving them these than the processed, sugar-filled breakfast ‘cereal bars’ that are another popular option. They’re also great to sub-in for a refined sugar sweet treat, as the aforementioned wholegrain content (the oats and the wholewheat flour) work together to make sure this sweet treat is sustaining as well as satisfying for that sugar craving. Give them a go - they might become your new favourite!