If you follow my recipes blog, you know that I am a health freak. We are also a vegetarian family so I try to seek out the recipes that are not only delicious but healthy and nutritious for kids and adults.
For that reason, I have put together collection of healthy muffin recipes for kids and adults that are not only healthy but also delicious. I have tried baking some of these myself, and they are deeleecious!!!
If you like pecans and buttermilk then you’re going to LOVE these buttermilk pecan muffins. They’re SO good! They’re not super, super sweet but they have just the right amount of sweetness to where your kids will enjoy them.
Raisin Bran makes an easy healthy breakfast. You can take your raisin bran “to go” in these muffins. They’re low in fat since they use no butter or oil. The moisture comes from applesauce and the recipe calls for only one egg.
Looking for healthy muffin? These 7 grain cereal muffins are healthy and not too sweet or high fat. 7 grain cereal is made with whole grain hard red wheat, rye, oats, triticale (wheat), barley, brown rice, oat bran and flaxseed. Talk about healthy. Wow!
This buckwheat muffins recipe is packed with wholesome ingredients, making it a perfect breakfast on the go or anytime snack. These come out of the oven with a nice crispy top and a surprisingly light and “fluffy” inside.
Made with whole wheat flour, these muffins are awesomely delicious! The pineapple adds a lot of moister and sweetness and they have just the right amount of spice. They make an easy snack or a delicious side to scrambled eggs at breakfast.
This really healthy and comforting, delicious apple cobbler in a portable muffin is bursting with apple flavor under a decadently crunchy cobbler topping.
When I first saw avocado in a muffin, I was literally jumping with joy. My kids do not like avocado anything, so I have to hide it in food. This recipe includes avocado, blueberries, whole wheat flour among others. One of the must try muffins recipe!
This hearty and healthy breakfast is simple to make and yummy to eat. You can substitute walnuts with flaxseeds to make it healthier.
These light and flavorful muffins are perfectly spiced and naturally sweetened with maple syrup and honey. Then there’s pumpkin. What’s not to love?
With only 1/2 cup of brown sugar for sweetening in this recipe, it’s a nice snack option for the kids. It’s got oats and shredded apple and walnuts for protein too.
These muffins are packed with protein and use low glycemic coconut sugar as a sweetener. Honeyville Almond Flour used in these muffins is certified gluten free and ground super fine so baked goods don’t have the gritty texture.
These light and fluffy gluten free vegan blueberries muffins taste delicious and are sure to be a hit at your breakfast table.
These healthy muffins are delicious to taste with flavorful aroma of banana, cinnamon and nutmeg. The oatmeal in the muffin gives you a slightly chewy texture while the yogurt and oil make the muffin soft and tender.
Decadent pumpkin muffins, with bursts of creamy chocolate and swirls of date-infused caramely filling. Perfect for fall! (And we call ‘em “Kids’ Favorite” for a reason!)
Tropical Mango Muffins recipe is an easy to follow gluten-free recipe. Instead of flour, they use almond flour and also have fresh mango, unsweetened coconut, honey, and lime juice. They are lower carb, gluten-free, and can also be made dairy-free. The best part is that these muffins will fill you up for hours!!
What is your favorite healthy muffin and why? Please share it in the comments below or on our Facebook page. We may just include it in our list above!