Peanut Butter Banana Oat Muffins (with no flour)



  • crista_b
    crista_b Posts: 1,192 Member
    Hubby is G Free - cannot wait to surprise him! Thanks for taking the time to post!
    For anyone interested in making these for someone who is gluten intolerant, be careful... Natural oats are gluten free, but oats are usually processed with wheat, barley, and/or rye making them dangerous for someone with a gluten intolerance. Contamination can also happen in the field, when oats are grown side-by-side with fields of wheat. Ask your gluten-free friends whether they are sensitive to oats, and/or buy gluten-free oats.
  • a3rdna
    a3rdna Posts: 3
    yum! can't wait to try these
  • Irontri7
    Irontri7 Posts: 143 Member
  • corey420
    corey420 Posts: 1
    Definately going to try these. they sound like they might be good to adapt for a trail food when hiking the possibilitys are endless.
  • bump! I'm not seriously intolerant to gluten but it does make my tummy sad. these will be great.
  • dj_phx
    dj_phx Posts: 115 Member
  • berriboobear
    berriboobear Posts: 524 Member
    I NEED to try these!!
  • tr1plets3
    tr1plets3 Posts: 8
  • ChantalD75
    ChantalD75 Posts: 680 Member
  • gracefika
    gracefika Posts: 13 Member
    sound yummy - thanks for sharing!
  • SunnySouth2013
    SunnySouth2013 Posts: 37 Member
    These sound great!
  • babspalmer
    babspalmer Posts: 48
    The verdict! Excellent!
    Tried these tonight- a couple of notes:
    1. Used a whole egg - I am pro chicken-fruit!
    2. Added chocolate chips so the kids would eat them
    3. When I mixed it all up it was really liquidey and I thought there was no way it would set so I added 3/4 c oats ( for total of two cups) and they cooked up perfectly!
    4. I thought for sure I was going to regret not adding stevia, but with the chic chips and banana they are perfectly sweet enough!

    With the extra additions I am thinking 125 cals per small one, maybe double the carbs?
    I made these tonight using the above notes, but I used chunky peanut butter. My husband liked them, I loved them and the neighbor kids loved them too. I won't use as many chocolate chips next time, but I will be making these again.
    I put one in the freezer and will take it out in a couple of days to see how it tastes. Then I can double or triple the batch and freeze them for mid-morning snacks at school.
  • Yum
  • CuteMonkeyGal
    CuteMonkeyGal Posts: 138 Member
    Sounds great. :)
  • tammymusic1
    tammymusic1 Posts: 243 Member
    marking to try
  • kitsiekitty
    kitsiekitty Posts: 166
    bumping to try!
  • FitterTerri
    FitterTerri Posts: 91 Member
  • Bumping - they sound delicious!
  • Kadje
    Kadje Posts: 50 Member
  • Emmadennewitz
    Emmadennewitz Posts: 106 Member
    Yum! Love bananas and pb