These blueberry banana muffins are easy to make and are great with a cup of tea or coffee!


Ingredients (serves 12)

  • 340g Cake mix
  • 2 Tbsp LSA (linseed sunflower almond ground mix)
  • 2 Small ripe bananas mashed
  • 1/2 Cup Frozen blueberries
  • 3 Tbsp Olive oil
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2/3 Cup Soy milk

Method

  1. Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees. Line 12 cup muffin tin with patty cases. Place mashed banana in a large mixing bowl, add oil, eggs, soy milk and blend with electric blender in slow speed until smooth.
  2. Add cake mix and LSA to bowl, blend in medium speed until it combines and the lumps dissolve. Fold in frozen blueberries with a large spoon. Divide mixture to 12 muffin cases.
  3. Bake on the center shelf of oven for 25 minutes or until golden. Leave in the tin to cool for 2 minutes and then cool completely on cake rack.

Notes... This is a very moist muffin, full of fibre and good protein that will take the edge off in the afternoon when your energy level takes a dip.
  • Very yummy afternoon pic me ups indeed.

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  • Like the ingredients. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Nice one – especially with all the blueberries around now.

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  • I haven’t come across a recipe that uses LSA in the mix but I LOVE the idea – super healthy!

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  • These will be great for hungry adults at work. Always looking for healthy recipes for my older children.

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  • These are delicious! Thanks for sharing!


    • A great time of the year to make these with blueberries in season.

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  • this is so gorgeous…….. blueberryyyyyyyyy… love these

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  • Blueberries and banana are are great combo.

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  • Just love these. Thanks for sharing.

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  • made theses for my neighbours daughter this weekend it was her birthday party


    • I’m so pleased to hear you’ve chosen this recipe for the birthday party. Thank you.

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  • They look fantastic and l like it’s so easy to make,thanks!


    • Thank you!
      It is very simple and easy, just the way I like my baking to be.

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  • great idea missey! i might try your recipe and use frozen raspberries becuase i have them in the freezer. that sounds like it will still be yummy.


    • Please go ahead – any berries will work with this recipe. You will notice the olive oil and soymilk give the muffins a nice sheen too. Enjoy.



      • They do have a lovely glossy shine! :)


      • oh thanks for that tip and thanks for posting this recipe. you really know your stuff!

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  • It can be a struggle sometime to get my miss to eat more fruit….these would be perfect ♥

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  • Delish and perfect looking blueberry banana muffins! My stomach will thank you!

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  • How cute are they? I want some right now. Love banana & blueberry muffins

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