Healthy and Easy Chocolate Banana Muffins Recipe

Healthy and Easy Chocolate Banana Muffins Recipe

Healthy and Easy Chocolate Banana Muffins Recipe

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what’s happening guys I hope you have an a fantastic day wherever you are and if you’re in Buffalo if you’re here right now I hope you’re outside enjoying this first real day of spring it only took nine months for the weather to warm up around here but it’s 70 degrees outside there’s not a cloud in the sky it’s beautiful outside I hope you’re doing something active I hope you’re doing something outside it’s gorgeous that’s what I’m doing afterward don’t this recipe I cannot wait to be outside anyways today we’re doing another healthy breakfast muffin recipe we’re doing some chocolate peanut butter banana muffins that are so delicious and so easy to make guys like all you need is one bowl like 30 minutes and you have yourself some delicious chocolate muffins so I also want to mention that today’s recipe it is sponsored by I so pure protein powder but if you want to make these muffins a little more kid-friendly or you just don’t want to add protein powder to your muffins I will give you guys a workaround on how to do that in the video description below so let’s hop right in this recipe guys and get cooking alright guys so for this recipe I recommend using the largest Bowl in your house you’ll want to add three and a half cups of old-fashioned oats to it followed by two tablespoons of some unsweetened cocoa powder next you want to add 3/4 of a cup of some low-carb chocolate chips followed by a scoop and a half of ice appears chocolate peanut butter whey protein powder a heaping quarter cup of some granulated stevia and a teaspoon of baking powder we’re also going to be adding our liquid ingredients to the bowl so we’re gonna be adding two medium-sized mashed bananas followed by two cups of unsweetened vanilla almond milk or the milk of your choice and the last ingredient we’re gonna be adding is going to be 1/2 a cup of some natural smooth peanut butter so at this point we’re just gonna get everything a quick mix until a thick oatmeal batter like that starts to form when it does we’re gonna line a muffin tin with 12 paper liners coat those with baking spray and add our batter to each liner and you’ll definitely want to fill each cup up completely with batter guys once you’ve done that you want to bake your muffins at 375 degrees for around 25 minutes and then once they’re done baking you want to make sure you cool them completely in the tray itself and once they’re cooled of course as always enjoy guys so that’s today’s muffin recipe guys I hope you enjoyed it if you did it would mean the world to me if you the thumbs up on the like button on the video and if you want the full recipe with the metric measurements or the macros or just want to pick up any of the stuff that I used to make the recipe today all that’s in the video description below subscribe if you’re not subscribed yet and I will see you guys in the next video

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How to make banana muffins! This healthy and easy chocolate banana muffin recipe is THE BEST breakfast idea! These oat muffins are incredibly quick to make, super moist, filled with chocolate deliciousness, and have the perfect hint of peanut butter flavor to them too.

More Muffin Recipes:

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins:

Peanut Butter Banana Muffin Recipe:



Protein Powder:

Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips:

PB2 (Peanut flour/powder if not using the protein powder):

Unsweetened Cocoa Powder:


Almond Milk:

Food Scale:

Large Muffin Tray:

Big Pyrex Bowl:



Old Fashioned Oats – 3 1/2 Cups (280g)
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder – 2 Tbsps (10g)
Lily’s Low Carb Chocolate Chips – 3/4 Cups (112g
Baking Powder 1 Tsp
Isopure® Low Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Powder (or chocolate protein powder) – 1 1/2 Scoops (45g)
Stevia Sugar Blend (Truvia) Heaping 1/4 Cup (50g)
Mashed Bananas – 2 Medium (200g)
Unsweetened Almond Milk (2 Cups)
Peanut Butter – 1/2 Cup (132g)

*NOTE: If you DO NOT want to use protein powder add the ingredients below:

4 Tbsps Peanut Powder/Flour (24g)
1 Tbsp Stevia + Sugar blend “Truvia” (10g)
1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder (5g)


260 Calories
12g Protien
46g Carbs
(8g fiber)
6g Fat

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