Despite the fact that none of my three kids like blueberries we all love a good blueberry muffin. The traditional blueberry muffin that you might pick up in a coffee shop will be made with refined white sugar and white flour. Here I've used a blend of plain flour and spelt flour to make them a bit more wholesome.
I've also used coconut sugar instead of white sugar - however you can substitute caster sugar if you prefer. We found them perfectly sweet with the coconut sugar.
Banana blueberry muffins are great in lunch boxes
I've frozen a few batches of these and they defrost well so are a great addition to your lunchbox stash. There's no nuts in them and they are dairy free if you use vegan yoghurt as I have done.
What's your favourite type of muffin? Let me know in the comments below and maybe I'll make yours next!
Other vegan bakes you might like
- spiced sweet potato muffins
- healthy gingerbread muffins with cashew frosting
- banana and chocolate chip muffins
- easy redcurrant muffins
- healthier banana choc chip muffins
- spiced vegan banana bread.
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How to make vegan banana blueberry muffins
Vegan banana blueberry muffins with yoghurt
- 250 g plain flour or half spelt, half plain
- 1.5 tsp baking powder
- 0.5 tsp bicarbonate of soda
- 75 g coconut sugar or caster sugar if preferred
- 75 g coconut oil melted
- 2 large ripe bananas mashed
- 75 g plain unsweetened yoghurt I used soya
- 150 g blueberries
- small handful oats for topping, optional
- Preheat the oven to 180°C (fan)/200°C/gas mark 6. Line a muffin tin with 12 muffin cases.
- Mix the flour, the baking powder, the bicarbonate of soda and the coconut sugar together in a large mixing bowl.
- Whisk the oil and the yoghurt together in a separate bowl or jug. Add the mashed banana and mix together.
- Fold the banana mixture into the flour until just combined.
- Gently stir in the blueberries. Sprinkle a few oats over the top of each muffin.
- Spoon the mixture into your muffin cases and bake in the oven for 20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean.