A healthy chocolate muffins recipe. It may not sound possible, but it really is. Truly…it is! So healthy in fact, that you could even eat them for breakfast.
I am currently in that dreaded post pregnancy period. It’s where you really want to treat yourself, whilst also trying to loose all the excess baby weight. These chocolate muffins have been a life savor as they completely allow the treat, but they are without the guilt.
- Healthy Chocolate coconut balls will be a real hit for the whole family. A great filling snack, but also a tempting dessert for the kids lunch box’s.
- Banana cakes are always awesome, but a healthy banana cake is even better. Grab this amazing recipe now!
Not only is the chocolate muffins recipe healthy, but they can be whipped up in literally minutes. My daughter came home from Kindergarten the other day and even with her 4 year old hands helping, we still had them in the oven within 10 minutes.
Now they are the kind of muffins you want to be making!
On this occasion we made them with sultanas in, but you could substitute this to give some variety in the recipe.
My daughter also loves them with white chocolate chips, but that’s not surprising given her chocolate obsession (although unfortunately those chocolate chips take away the healthy nature too!).
What’s the secret chocolate ingredient? Chocolate protein powder….it makes them taste delicious, but also makes them healthy and filling too. Have your treat and fill up, what more could you want.
It’s a good job that they don’t take long to bake in the oven, because the smell is divine, and eating them piping hot right out of the oven is simply sensational.
Chocolate Muffins Recipe
Print off the recipe and keep it somewhere safe so you can keep going back to it.
- 1 Cup of Coconut Flour
- 2 Eggs
- 2 Mashed Bananas
- 1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
- 3 Tablespoons Raw Sugar
- ½ cup of Sultanas
- 2 Scoops Chocolate Protein Powder (120g)
- 1 Cup of Water
- Preheat the oven to 350F or 180C
- Add all dry ingredients into a bowl
- Mix in eggs and water until a batter forms
- Scoop into a muffin tray and sprinkle with raw sugar
- Bake for 15-20 minutes.
What type of healthy treat do you like to fill your family’s lunch box with?