Jul 20, 2015

Banana & Oat Bran Muffins Recipe - Eggless & Gluten Free Muffin Recipe



This is one of the healthy muffins which are baked using oats bran. There are two types of bran, one is a oat bran and another one is wheat bran. They come from the outer husk of the oat and bran. If you find them in your supermarket, just make sure you stock them. they will be available in the cereal section of your supermarket. 


You can make muffins out of them, add them to paratha dough, add them to your oatmeal or cereal as well..You can even add them to your milkshakes or smoothies..Such a healthy one..These muffins are perfect for breakfast, this with a cup of milk is just filling. This muffins has only 1 tblspn of oil and it has no flour in it. It is made only with oat bran and it has bananas in them which makes it moist. so you can enjoy many with out any guilt..


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Baking Time : 14 to 17 mins
Makes : 6 Muffins
Recipe Source: Food

Ingredients:

Oat Bran - 1 cup / 150 grams

Ripe Banana - 3/4 cup mashed ( one large banana )
Sugar - 3 tblspn
Honey - 3 tblspn
Milk - 1/2 cup  / 120 ml
Baking Powder - 1 tsp
Salt a pinch
Oil - 1 tblspn

(My 1 cup measures 240 ml)


Method:


Preheat oven to 220 Degree C. Line a 6 cup muffin tray with cupcake cases and set aside.


Take banana in a bowl and mash it roughly with a fork.


Add in oil, sugar, honey, milk and mix well.


Now add in oat bran, baking powder and salt. Mix really well but dont over mix.


Now use a icecream scoop to scoop the batter and fill the muffin cases.


Bake for 14 to 17 mins.


Remove it and let it cool down.


Serve warm.


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Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Line your muffin tray with cupcake cases


chop a ripe banana in a bowl


use a fork to mash it up


i like to mash it pretty roughly


add in little oil


add in sugar


and some honey


add in milk


mix well


now add in the oat bran


Add in baking powder and salt


mix well using a fork


dont over mix it


can you see how chunky the banana looks. i like my muffins this way


now take you icecream scoop


scoop some batter


fill the cupcake cases


bake them


serve warm


Taste great with a cup of milk


Look how moist it looks

22 comments:

  1. Hi.can I bake it as whole cake instead of cupcakes n later make slices of it.thanks

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  2. Which banana wud b apt fr the recipe, we get different varieties...

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  3. Can we use powederd oatmeal instead of oat bran?

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  4. Wow Aarthi these looks yum ! And moreover made with Oats bran just make it a guilt free indulgence :)
    I have a doubt can we use Silicon muffin molds & trays to bake? And where can i get the muffin cover cases

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  5. Looks really moist ..can we make oat bran at home or we get it ready made?

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  6. This is a great muffin. If I dont have oat bran can I powder the regular cooking oats and use instead? Will the resulting muffins be as delicious as this?

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  7. i want to make these for my father. i feel he is gluten intolerant but he wont' stop eating gluten laden treats. thank you so much, i would be so happy if you could post something like gluten free chapatis, i don't know how to make them.

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  8. Can we use powdered oats instead of oats bran?

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  9. Delicious and healthy looking muffins. Excellent preparation.
    Deepa

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  10. @Anonymousi dont think you can use powdered oats, since this has no flour content in them

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  11. @ranjiOat bran is available in super markets. u cannot make it at home

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  12. @AnonymousYou can get muffin cases online. And silicon muffin mould can be used, but it result in soggy muffins. Aluminium or nonstick is best

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  13. @Shwetai dont think you can use powdered oats, since this has no flour content in them

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  14. @AnonymousYou can use any bananas you liked

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  15. @AnonymousNot sure about the whole cake idea..it may take longer to bake or may not bake evenly

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  16. My oven only has a max of 200 degree C ..This recipe calls for 220 degree c preheat.Pl suggest Aarthi

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  17. @Anonymousbake it at 200 degree C. increase cooking time if the muffins were not baked in the mentioned time

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  18. Hi Aarthi, I made this recipe. It was delicious but i made it as a cake so it was quiet flat but still completely cooked and so delicious. I used less honey and sugar but still came out perfectly sweet, must be due to the over-ripe bananas. I just had a query, do you think the oat bran is gluten free? i bought baggry's oat bran, what kind have you used?

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  19. @Coral cruei think that oats bran is gluten free. But some kind may have gluten

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  20. The bragry's oat bran is more like grainy small pearls. My muffins felt like crunchy pakoras because of the texture. Didyou powder the oat bran?

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  21. @Ekta Vermano once u add it to the wet mix it will get soft

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  22. Just took these out of the oven. My son had one and said "you can make these again" and grabbed his second one. Guess I'll need to double the recipe next time. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

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