Start your day with these healthy and hearty Apple Oatmeal Muffins. So easy to make and so good! Made with oats instead of flour and sweetened with applesauce and agave nectar.
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One of my favorite things for an easy breakfast is muffins. But most of them are so bad for you! Usually they are packed with carbs and sugar.
This healthier version is made with oat flour and sweetened with applesauce and agave nectar.
You can even use my homemade Pear and Apple Sauce recipe instead of store bought applesauce if you want!
My toddler is also a huge muffin fan. They never last long in our house! He will eat them for breakfast and snacks throughout the day. He can eat 4 or 5 in a day!
I try to avoid using processed sugar for his snacks. Sugar is for special treats in our house! Instead I like to sweeten his muffins with things like agave nectar, fruit, honey or maple syrup.
I use oats and blend them up to create an oat flour to use in these muffins instead of using white flour. I also add whole oats to give these muffins a great, hearty texture. Paired with the applesauce, these muffins are just perfect for Fall!
You can make these muffins for an easy, on-the-go breakfast or a snack. They last for several days, so you’ll have something healthy ready for you each morning.
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If desired, you can use a different milk instead of the coconut milk. I’ve also made these with almond milk and cows milk and they turn out great.
If you don’t have agave nectar or want to try some thing else, I’ve also made these with maple syrup. Honey would also work great.
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This post was originally published on A Savory Feast on January 14, 2016. The photos and text have been updated but the recipe is the same. Adapted from my Gluten Free Blueberry Oat Muffin recipe.