3 ingredient Muffins


Are you ready for the easiest muffin recipe you will ever make?! Not only is it flour free, it is sugar free and only takes 3 ingredients to make.  My kids are obsessed with these little things , they think they are getting a sweet treat, when really they are getting a protein packed, fruit filled, healthy clean eating breakfast. They are perfect as you can make them the night before and just store in the fridge for the next morning. They will keep for up to a week in the fridge in an air tight container.

  • 4 over ripe bananas
  • 4 eggs
  • berries of choice. I did strawberries

Mash your bananas in a bowl with a fork.


In another bowl beat 4 eggs; add the beaten eggs to the bananas. Stir well.


Grease a muffin tin and place your berries of choice in the bottom of the tin.


Pour the egg, banana mixture over the top of the fruit until level with the opening of the muffin tin.


0628161006-1 Bake at 350 for 15 min using fresh fruit 20 mins for frozen fruit.  Makes 24 muffins.


Bam all done! The easiest, healthiest muffins you will ever make. Kid friendly clean eating so good they won’t know it is healthy! Let me know in the comment section below how these little tasty things came out for you!




3 ingredient Muffins
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4 Comments on 3 ingredient Muffins

  1. Wow!!! Those look amazing!!! I love all of your recipes!!!

    When you prepare the night before and refrigerate, do you reheat in the microwave or oven in the morning?

    What a good way to stack some protein in the little ones before they even go to school! Thanks again!

    As always I can’t wait to try it out!

    • You can reheat in the mornings or just eat cold. My kids love them either way and they think they are getting a “treat” for breakfast. Thank you. Just trying to help people live more healthier lives 1 recipe at a time.

  2. Love your recipe for 3 Ingredient Muffins! My husband is on his way to the grocery store with my daughters and they plan to bring home the ingredients to make a batch of your muffins. Have you tried using applesauce as the “sweetener” for similar muffins? I have one child who hates the taste of banana but loves applesauce.

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