Whipped up a batch of these yesterday, great for lunch on the go, lunch box treats or after school snack. This recipe is dairy free and low sugar, making these a great addition to your weekend baking, as well as using up those overripe bananas!
Makes: 12 Muffins
Ingredients: 200g wholemeal flour, 4 overripe bananas, 2 eggs, 100ml of oat milk, 50g of brown sugar, 1 tbsp. of olive oil, 2 tbsp. of oats, 1 tsp. of baking powder, 1 tsp of baking soda, 1 tsp. of honey.
Preheat your oven to 180F
Combine all of your wet ingredients except the honey and mix well,
Add to all of the other dry ingredients
Mix well until smooth
Mash your bananas in a separate bowl and then add to the muffin mix
Mix well and then finish off by stirring in the honey
Fill a 12 hole muffin tray with muffin cases and fill equally with the muffin mixture
Pop in the oven and bake for 15 -20 minutes until the muffins have risen and are golden brown
Allow to cool and keep in an airtight container until ready to eat
November seemed like a short month here at FeastForFamine, but I still managed to squeeze in four recipes that I hope you liked, some designed to save the pennies and some to keep you warm this winter.
Hope you are all getting into the festive spirit and are looking forward to the recipes that will be coming here in December, December also marks the last month that you can make donations to my fundraising year for Save The Children, so remember all recipes are created for you not only to enjoy, but to also raise awareness of the struggles countries around the World face on a daily basis, so if you would like to make a donation to Save The Children who are working everyday to support children around the World, please visit my just giving page by clicking the link Just Giving for more information.
So where will we go next? Come back on Monday to find out!
For the glaze: 3 heaped tsp. of icing sugar, 1 tsp. of vanilla essence, small amount of sea salt.
Preheat your oven to 180F
Mix all of your wet ingredients together for the muffin mix until light and blended well
Now start folding in the flour and other dry ingredients
When all combined add the mashed banana and mix well
Divide equally between 10 greased muffin trays and pop into the oven for 20 – 25 minutes until nice and golden
Allow to cool before adding your glaze
For the vanilla glaze, mix 3 heaped tsp. of icing sugar with 1 tsp of vanilla essence and 1 tsp of water
Brush the glaze over the top of the muffins and sprinkle with a little sea salt
Even though 80% of all vanilla comes from Madagascar, 3 out of 4 people live in poverty, with children suffering from stunted growth and many out of school, with Madagascar ranking fifth in the world for the number of out-of-school children. Save The Children have been working to provide a better future for these children and future generations by collaborating with vanilla suppliers to improve the livelihoods of farming communities…to find out more please visit:
Remember all recipes are created for you not only to enjoy, but to also raise awareness of the struggles these countries face on a daily basis, so if you would like to make a donation to Save The Children who are working everyday to support children around the World, please visit my just giving page by clicking the link Just Giving for more information.