Tuesday, 26 July 2016




Breakfast Muffins ( or anytime of the day )

200g Plain Flour
100g Oats
100g Light Brown Sugar
1.5 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Bicarbonate of Soda
Few pinches of ground Sea Salt
3 Medium- Large Bananas (Mashed)
1 large egg (Beaten)
60g Light Olive Oil.
30g Mixed Seed
30g Chopped Walnuts




Heat the oven to 180 or equivalent.


Mix all the dry ingredients together in a large bowl and then stir in the mashed bananas, olive oil, and beaten egg. Mix well. That's it, then bake for 20-25 mins until brown, or skewer comes out clean.


You can use any combo of seeds or nuts.




Hubby & I have just devoured one each whilst sat in the garden having a coffee break.

12 comments:

  1. They look yummy. If you replace the oats and some of the nuts with all bran and linseed you will virtually have the ones I make to keep me regular! Sorry I've been slow in posting the recipe.

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    1. That is a good idea, I need more bran as I suffer.

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  2. They look super tasty. I make wholemeal banana and sultana muffins for the boys to eat at breakfast. They have them with a yoghurt and fruit and this makes a change to cerial and bacon butties, if Jon is on breakfast duty! I have put pecan nuts in them one time and Alfie loved them but Harry wasn't keen.

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    1. Thankyou Louise it is the first time I have made healthy muffins, as you say they make a nice change.

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  3. Those sound delicious. Bananas don't like me so I'd swap them for something else but will defo make them. Perhaps this afternoon... Hope all's well with you- apologies for not commenting in a while, am still keeping computer exposure to a minimum.

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    1. Thankyou. Yes I am well , I am the same really as you really trying to get off the computer, take care.

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  4. These look scrumdidliuptious to the max! With some overripe bananas languishing I might well bake these today, minus the nuts and seeds though.
    As you know, I've been awol for a while, not sure what direction things are taking yet, but thank you for sticking with my blog and the kind words you said. I've missed dropping by here too, one of my favourite spots to visit!
    Deb :D

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    1. Thankyou for your lovely comment Deborah, enjoy your muffins xxx

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  5. Looks and sounds delicious, just the thing to have with a nice hot cup of tea, thank you for sharing xx

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  6. yum. Could do with one of those with a cuppa right now! :O) xx

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    1. Hi Sadie, I might make a different version next time, they make a nice change from cereal.xx

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