by Caela Fenton
My mother has been known to call muffins “breakfast cake,” but not all muffins deserve an unhealthy reputation. We’ve found some muffin recipes that may taste like “breakfast cake,” but without the added sugar and fat.
Two cups of carrots, a grated apple and a can of crushed pineapple, along with seeds of all sorts go into these super healthy muffins.
These muffins are hiding (well) a cup and a half of grated zucchini.
Gluten and refined sugar free, these muffins are a yummy pumpkin snack.
Don’t you wish their was a low-calorie way to eat chocolate for breakfast? Oh wait, there is with this skinny double chocolate chip muffins, which are only approximately 76 calories each.
These muffins are kept moist with Greek yogurt and canned pumpkin. They are gluten free and sweetened with honey.
This recipe’s author went on a mission to recreate her favourite coffee shop’s raspberry muffins, minus all the extra fat and sugar. This recipe has no added sugar and is also egg- and oil-less.
We think the inclusion of quinoa into muffins is a brilliant way to get this dinner classic into a morning meal.
Sweet potato and Greek yogurt keep these muffins moist and filling for long-lasting energy.
Sweetened with applesauce and molasses.
This recipe’s author was looking for a healthy snack for her little one, but these fruit and veggie packed muffins are equally delicious to older taste buds.