Yogurt muffins with blueberries. Fruit in a breakfast is always a good idea in a healthy lifestyle. These breakfast muffins are delicious and easy to make.
Before we had our puppy dog Leyla, we slept long on Sundays. I love sleeping long and I hated mornings. Since Leyla is here my mood is much better in the morning. Jens and I switch between sleeping longer. So one of us can sleep longer on Saturday and the other one on Sunday. And sometimes I even sacrifice my day to sleep longer, to start baking early.
This Sunday I had to got up early, but I didn’t mind because I had quite some baking things scheduled. Leyla woke up at 8 (which is alsmost a new recors), so I did sleep a bit longer. I wanted to make a lovely breakfast, but I didn’t want it to take much time. Also because Jens was sleeping longer and I wanted to surprise him with a nice breakfast. So I grabbed my recipe journal and started.
With this recipe you can make 5 muffins. It depends on how well you eat for how many persons this is. I ate 2 and Jens 3, but I thought it was not enough. 3 fills good and you will be full for a while, but 2 is not enough. So this recipe is just not enough for 2 portions, but you can also freeze them perfectly so making more of them is also possible.
* Can be replaced by gluten free oatmeal to make this recipe gluten free.
How to make it?
Preheat the oven on 200 degrees Celsius (392 Fahrenheit). Peel the banana and mash with a fork in a bowl. It is easier to use a more ripe banana. They are sofeter and easier to mash.
When the banana is mashed properly you can add the egg and baking soda to the bowl. You can also pick a gluten free oatmeal to make the recipe gluten free. And at last add the Greek Yogurt. I picked the 0% fat but you can also pick the 10% fat.
Mix the ingredients properly. You can use a spatula or a spoon to do so. Make sure it becomes a real batter. At last add the blueberries and carefully mix them through to make sure they don’t break.
Your batter is now ready. Grab the muffin molds ant fill them. You can fill the molds up, they are breakfast muffins after all. Besides that they don’t rise very much. If you want a bit more (but smaller) muffins that is also possible of course. Bake the muffins for 25 minutes in a preheated oven. Pay attention that the baking time may differ per oven.
You can decorate the breakfast with some extra Greek Yogurt, walnuts and blueberries. Enjoy your healthy, organic breakfast.
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