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Sugar-Free, Protein-Packed Banana Oatmeal Muffins/Loaf!

These banana oatmeal situations (I keep meaning to try them as cookies because I'm pretty sure that would work too) are such a go-to for me! I love that they're low-sugar, bananas and monkfruit delivering the sweetness (until chocolate chips optionally get involved), and they're so hearty and comforting!

I love the flavour and texture that the nuts and seeds provide, so would highly recommend the toppings/additions! Coated in nuts and seeds and sans chocolate chips they are the perfect breakfast bar or snack, though I would certainly still add a smoothie to the side if it's your meal, because you will not get sufficient protein from this alone.

These are very modified from Detoxinista's Blender Banana Oatmeal Muffins, so if you don't like mine, maybe try the OG!

I usually make a massive double batch (with 5 eggs) and then freeze the extra because I don't love baking, so the more that I can get it over with all at once, the happier I am. But you do you!!


Sugar-Free, Protein-Packed Banana Oatmeal Muffins/Loaf!

2 very ripe bananas (if they're not super ripe, you can let them sit after mushing them and they will ripen in the bowl!)

3 eggs

1 scoops of vanilla protein powder (I'm presently using LeanFit Organic Protein Powder, it's very widely available, even at most grocery stores/Costco)

2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil

3 tbsp erythritol monkfruit blend (I used Lakanto Sweetener)

1 1/2 tsp cinnamon

2 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp salt

1.5c old-fashioned rolled oats

Optional toppings, or additions- pepitas, walnuts, sesame seeds, chocolate chips, etc.


- Turn oven to 350C.

- Mush bananas in a bowl with a fork, ideally until semi-smooth.

- Add all other ingredients except for the oats and additions- blend with immersion blender, or you could try it in a normal blender (I found immersion blender significantly easier).

- Then add the oats and blend to your desired consistency, and stir in the optional additions.

- Pour into muffin/loaf pans. Add optional toppings, if so desired.

- Cook for around 25 minutes, until lightly browned.

- Enjoooyyy!!!


I hope you like them, let me know what you think!


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