Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Muffins

Valentine’s day is coming up. So naturally, I busted out my heart shaped muffin pans, and made these delicious – ness’. No butter, no sugar, just sweetened with bananas and strawberry — heart shaped strawberry healthy oatmeal muffins.

Strawberry Banana Oatmeal muffins. No sugar. Just sweetened with bananas.

I found this recipe on greenlitebites, except she doesn’t add strawberries and instead uses chocolate chips. Chocolate chips are obviously so good, but strawberries are too! I made a couple other changes like adding chia seeds and using unsweetened oat milk instead. These muffins are so easy and quick to make and the best part is, they are super healthy, really tasty and a great snack or grab n’ go breakfast for toddlers and kids.

Strawberry Banana Oatmeal muffins. No sugar. Just sweetened with bananas.

Minimal ingredients, no sugar oatmeal muffins…

Strawberry banana oatmeal muffins. No sugar. Just sweetened with bananas.

This is my favorite way to eat oatmeal right now. It is so light and moist with just enough natural sweetness. I’ve made these with blueberries, raisins, carob chips, coconut you name it. It can be done.

Strawberry Banana Oatmeal muffins. No sugar. Just sweetened with bananas.

But this Valentine’s, will be a strawberry kind of Valentine’s.

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Optional: Heart shaped silicone muffin mold

Next up, delicious, no food coloring, strawberry pink popcorn! Can you tell I’m so excited that Els finally likes strawberries now?

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43 thoughts on “Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Muffins”

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  9. Hi I like to try and make breakfast things overnight or in advance. How would you store these muffins? How long can they last? Can they be made in advance and I presume eaten cold for breakfast when required? How many do you normally have at one go? Sorry for the questions but I’d love to hear from you. Cheers Claire x

    1. If for just a day or two, you can leave them in an airtight container, or you can put them in the fridge. You can also freeze these and pull them out one at a time! Thanks!

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  11. Are these very moist muffins? I baked at 375 for 25 min and when I stuck a knife in them the knife did not come out clean. It was very sticky. I baked for an additional 10 minutes and the knife still did not come out “clean”.

    1. hmm. you shouldn’t have to bake for that long. it’s just oatmeal and fruit so if the knife doesn’t come out clean, it might be the mashed banana. try letting it sit and cool for 5 minutes and it should be a nice moist, oatmeal muffin consistency.

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    1. Hi, you can feel free to search online calorie counters online under your own discretion. I am personally not a professional nutritionist and am not confident giving that information. Thank you

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    1. i think someone told me they tried flax egg and it seemed to work. i personally haven’t tried it myself. let me know!

    1. i don’t see why not, you should give it a try. it might change the consistency to a crunchier consistency which i don’t think
      is a bad thing!

    1. hmm. the bananas contribute to the sweetness. i would suggest maybe another fruit of your choice with perhaps some maple syrup or honey for added sweetness?

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  19. Ok, I was a tad skeptical… But these were great! Honestly. So easy. And even the husband liked. Plan to try with chocolate next time…

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