If you are looking for healthier breakfast options that still taste amazing, try one of these 15 healthy muffin recipes.
Muffins are one of the easiest breakfasts. They are portable and delicious and easy to make. One thing muffins sometimes lack, though, is nutrition. Often, they are nothing more than a frosting-less cupcake. That is where these healthier versions of muffins come into play. They are packed with vegetables and nutritious ingredients but are still extremely kid-friendly. Check out these delicious healthy muffin recipes.
15 Healthy Muffin Recipes
If you have an abundance of zucchini this season, these Chai Spiced Zucchini Muffins from Premeditated Leftovers are a great way to use it up.
Healthy Applesauce Carrot Muffins from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe taste just like carrot cake but are better for you. If you have a carrot cake fan, make sure to give these a go.
Make sure you check out these sugar-free, flour-free, oil-free Oatmeal Muffins from Bren Did. They would make a great base muffin recipe to pair with fruit, nuts, or spices.
Speaking of blueberry muffins, Cookie and Kate has a great recipe for Healthy Blueberry Muffins. There are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and egg-free substitutions as well.
These Spinach Muffins from Mess for Less boast that kids will love them. I can totally see that given their super vibrant green color. Just don’t tell them it comes from spinach!
I love a big, warm chocolate muffin and these vegan Chocolate Zucchini Muffins with Pecans from The Bewhitchin’ Kitchen look oh-so-good.
This Power-Packed Fruit and Veggie Muffin recipe from Super Healthy Kids is made just for picky eaters. I bet even the pickiest eaters will love them for a quick on-the-go breakfast.
Morning Glory Muffins from Lauren’s Best are basically spice muffins with grated vegetables. You can use whatever you have one hand from carrots to walnuts. These would really be a great way to use up vegetables in the crisper drawer.
Avocado Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins from My Kids Lick the Bowl have got to be the best healthy muffins out there and full of good for you nutrients. I can’t wait to make these.
These Flaxseed Date Banana Muffins from In The Fields sound super good. They are naturally sweetened with the dates and bananas. Since they contain flax seeds, they are full of other nutrients like fiber and good fats. You may need to scroll down about half-way through the page to get to them, but this recipe looks worth it for heartiness.
Southern in Law has a perfect recipe for those who are looking for an extra protein boost. Check out these gluten and grain free Coffee Protein Muffins. What a good way to enjoy the taste of coffee!
Another muffin on my list to make are these Chocolate Spinach Muffins from Spinach for Breakfast. They even have chocolate chips in them for an added delicious bonus.
Of course, a list of healthy muffins would not be complete without a bran muffin recipe. Amp up taste and nutrition with these Banana Nut Bran Muffins from Eat Yourself Skinny.
Cherries grow really well here in my state, and I always have so many left over when we go picking on our local farms. These Healthy Cherry Oat Muffins from Tastes Lovely will be a perfect way to use them up.
These Pumpkin Zucchini Muffins from Premeditated Leftovers are a delicious way to sneak vegetables into breakfast.