Very simple and delicious muffins, full of oats and naturally sweet sultanas which are very quick and easy to put together. I’ve listed the original recipe below and given the options for Gluten Free in bold.
I found these muffins quite sweet so you can reduce the brown sugar if you like. They are perfect to take for lunch or to take to school.
Love this ever so easy recipe which uses a food processor to make and that’s it! If you don’t have a food processor, you could use a blender and I think it may also work in a Nutri Bullet.
It’s full of lovely oats which I’ve blitzed before proceeding so I basically have Oat Flour. It gives a better result once baked. It’s perfect to use up a couple of over ripe bananas and there’s no butter in the recipe. We use oil instead. Sunflower is good but equally, vegetable oil will work too. The last bit of good news is there’s no refined sugar either. It just keeps getting better! You can choose from honey, maple syrup or like me, use Agave Syrup.
I really love the combination of orange and cranberry. They just work so well together and as dried cranberries are easy to get, I always have a few packets in the cupboard to add to recipes. They are naturally lovely and sweet so it helps when reducing sugar quantities in whatever you’re making.
Quick and easy to make, these healthy oat muffins are a great standby for when you’re in a hurry and need something for breakfast that will keep you going for a while but not adding high calories and bad fats to your daily intake. I find them perfect for a mid afternoon snack.