These four ingredient banana blueberry muffins are about to become a regular on your family snack menu. We love them for morning tea and know you’ll be raving about them as much as we do real soon…
Our four ingredient banana blueberry muffins are sugar free and perfect for little fingers who like baby led weaning. Full of goodness these are a perfect healthy choice for morning or afternoon tea. Even better they’re super easy to make and freeze well if you like to batch cook.
Why you’ll love these four ingredient banana blueberry muffins
- No added sugar
- Only four ingredients
- Easy to make
- Freeze well
- Packed with antioxidants and potassium
- Perfect for baby-lead weaning
- This muffin recipe is egg-free perfect for allergy sufferers
The most simple recipes are often the best. I share this recipe with every mum and it’s always a popular one that people make again and again. When you are looking for a quick and easy recipe that is healthy and nutritious then this is for you – it honestly is the best! With two of the four ingredients in these banana blueberry muffins being fruit you cant go wrong. So get baking and enjoy.
Banana Blueberry Muffins
Ingredients for banana blueberry muffins
- 1 Banana (mashed)
- 1/2 cup Blueberries
- 2 cups Self Raising Flour
- 1 1/2 cups Milk
Instructions for banana blueberry muffins
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celcius (fan forced) and lightly grease mini muffin tray
- Sift the flour into a bowl. Stir in the milk until combined and smooth
- Add the banana and blueberries and mix to combine
- Spoon mixture evenly into mini muffin tray and put in the oven for 15 minutes or until golden
- Remove from oven and allow to cool before eating!
Why bananas are great for kids
Packed with the ‘good stuff’ bananas are great for cooking as a replacement to egg. Bananas are packed with natural carbohydrates, vitamin B6 and potassium – a balanced blend of goodness that makes them ideal for restoring tired muscles and boosting bored brains. They’re also great for tuning up your nervous system by providing 15% of your daily B6 needs for nerve function. Find out more about bananas and nutrition here.
Why blueberries are great for kids
Blueberries are a rich source of anti-oxidants, minerals like zinc, potassium and phosphorus as well as vitamins A, E, K, B-complex and healthy sugars called fructose. This will keep your baby energized and active. Blueberries are also known to help regulate blood circulation, controls blood pressure, improves cardiac health, helps bone development and growth and increases the rate of cognitive development.
About the Author: Hi, I’m Leanne from Lime & Mortar. I’m a wife and a mum of 2. I
find a creative outlet in everything I do. Organising and decorating my home using affordable, easy to access items is a passion of mine. In my spare time you can find me in the kitchen. I love to create easy recipes that inspire others to get in the kitchen and cook. You can follow Leanne’s life, passions and creations at the blog, Facebook page, Instagram and Pinterest.