Looking for healthy Vegan Muffin Recipes? Keep reading, then! In this article you will find the best dairy-free, egg-free and guilt-free treat with chocolate, blueberry, oatmeal, banana, pumpkin, apples and so on!
Vegan Muffin Recipes
Sometimes, a single dose of chocolate just isn’t enough. That’s why you need to belly up to the bar and demand a double chocolate muffin. The extra chocolate, along with banana and applesauce, makes them super rich and decadent.
In zucchini bread, you don’t really taste the zucchini. Similarly, in these spinach muffins, you can’t taste any spinach. The nutrients are in there but all you’ll taste is a sweet, fluffy muffin.
Apple and oatmeal have always been a winning combination, but here, the apples are really the star of the show. There are sautéed pieces, apple cider and applesauce in these gluten-free muffins, each giving their all.
What makes these Blueberry Banana Power Muffins so powerful? They are oil and refined sugar-free while having hemp, flax seeds and oats for nutrition. Oh, and the blueberries and bananas more than take care of the yumminess.
A gluten-free muffin for breakfast? Sure. How about another for a mid-morning snack? Maybe a couple for lunch or for after school. You’d better bake a lot of these orange cranberry and oatmeal muffins — they’re perfect anytime!
Attention gingerbread fans! Believe me when I tell you that this five-ingredient gingerbread muffin is among the easiest recipes you’ll ever make. The muffins are fluffy, warm and spicy and they taste like Christmas.
Buttermilk and strawberries are made for each other, but what if you’re a vegan? Create your own buttermilk with apple cider vinegar and soy milk! Then put it in your muffin batter to make a tender and delicious muffin.
I sampled an espresso infused chocolate muffin and wondered why coffee and chocolate work so well together. One is bitter and brash while the other is sweet and mellow. Is that why? I’ll have to eat another to find out.
Made with whole wheat flour and a pile of zucchini, these muffins are guiltless pleasures. Pro tip – if you’ve never added lemon zest and juice to your zucchini baked goods, you’re missing out.
Put away the flour, refined sugar and oil — you won’t need any of it for these tasty muffins. The bananas, oats and almond milk do the heavy lifting in this recipe. Get ready for healthy treats everyone will enjoy.
Finding a plant-based, dairy-free and whole grain muffin sounds like it might be a challenge. Finding one with the fashionable flavor of matcha latte might be impossible, right? Wrong! These delicious mini muffins are everything you knew they would be.
This might be a little specific, but if you’re a vegan with only one bowl who has barely an hour to spare and are desperately hungry for a ginger peach muffin, I think you’ve hit the jackpot!
Craving a fruit muffin but don’t have any fresh fruit on hand? Don’t panic! Open up some raspberry jam and swirl it into the almond butter muffin batter. Your fruit fix will be only 12 minutes away.
If you’re searching for a muffin recipe that will please kids and adults alike, look no further. There isn’t a soul who won’t be delighted by the chocolate and banana in this Chunky Monkey muffin.
There’s something about a zing of citrus that really starts the day right. These cranberry orange muffins have orange juice in the muffin and in the glaze. If you’re not a cranberry fan, you can use chocolate instead.
Folks, I present a vegan toffee and apple muffin that has managed to not to have any refined sugar at all. What it does have are chunks of warm, spiced apples and a sweet crumble topping.
If you’re going to have a muffin, why not make it a protein-packed muffin? This recipe uses only 5 ingredients, including protein powder, and makes muffins that are naturally vegan, low carb, paleo, gluten-free and sugar-free.
Ah, lemon and blueberry — one’s a little tart and one’s a little sweet. You’ll have to be careful not to get carried away when eating these delightful little muffins — they’re so darn scrumptious!
Should you have granola for breakfast or should you have an apple muffin? Why choose when you can have both? These apple and granola muffins check both boxes of delicious.
Pull the old switcheroo on your family by hiding some avocado in a big ole batch of chocolate muffins. They’ll never guess that their healthy fat comes from such an unlikely source.
Maybe it’s because they’re both Halloween flavors, but pumpkin and chocolate just seem to go together. The best thing about this recipe? You can whisk it together without having to use a mixer.
There are certain foods that you can just feel good about eating. These Skinny Pumpkin Quinoa Muffins fall into that category. Made with guilt-free ingredients, you can scarf down a whole pile of these and feel no regret afterwards.
Green can mean eco-friendly or it can signal envy but when it comes to these muffins, green can also mean delicious. Matcha and avocado seems like an unusual combination, but just try it. Earthy and unctuous, these muffins will disappear fast.
Rhubarb has a devoted following but others are skeptical. When its tartness is paired with a sweeter and spicier ingredient like ginger, you have a flavor interaction that may just convert those nonbelievers.
These muffins have nuts, they have mint and they have chocolate. You know what they don’t have? A lot of calories and gluten! They’re also vegan, so help yourself to as many as you’d like.
Did someone say blender muffins? Yes, they did. I can combine all the ingredients for Double Chocolate Hazelnut Muffins in a blender, hit power and then pour? Sign me up for something that easy, please!
Some banana muffins seem healthy but it turns out that they’re loaded with sugar and fat. Not this one! This muffin is the all-natural real deal and is legitimately vegan and gluten-free.
28. Blueberry Muffin (Sugar Free)
These easy as can be muffins might not have any fat or sugar but they are packed with plenty of juicy, sweet blueberries. This one-bowl recipe is a time-saving, breakfast making delight.
Most people keep carrots and apples on hand, so when you get a hankering for some muffins, why not put both ingredients to use? Can’t get the kids to eat enough carrots and apples? You can if they are disguised as muffins!
A problem with baking is the kitchen mess afterwards. Try these sweet potato muffins. They’re easy, fast and can be made in a blender, so there’s hardly any clean up. They also have frosting, y’all!
In less than 30 minutes, you can be sliding piping-hot applesauce muffins out of the oven. Breakfast has never been so healthy and delicious. These muffins are packed with wholesome ingredients that taste great!
Let’s face it—everyone loves carrot cake. If you take those flavors, make a muffin and add some oats, you’ve got a winner that can be enjoyed for breakfast, brunch or for an afternoon snack.
Admit it. Being a healthy vegan can be difficult, especially when you catch a whiff of a freshly baked cinnamon roll. Here is the cure! These muffins have the same flavor profile but are actually super healthy.
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33 Healthy Vegan Muffin Recipes (Perfect for Breakfast)
- oat flour
- apple sauce
- almond butter
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