From breakfast bran muffins to banana prune muffins and sweet potato muffins, make time to bake these delicious and nutritious muffins that are packed with fibre, fruit and the goodness of wholegrains.
This is a great banana muffin recipe! It has little sugar and almost no fat if you use half fat creme fraiche.
This is an excellent recipe where no butter, oil or any type of fat is added - it's virtually fat free. It is not to dry and not too moist. They also taste excellent! The icing is optional but if you want them to be a little sweet - spread icing on top!!
A nutritious and hearty banana muffin that is perfect for breakfast on the go. No plain flour here - simply wholemeal flour and oats. You can adjust the spices to taste, or omit them if you prefer a plain banana muffin.
A delicious source of fibre! You may substitute chopped dates for the sultanas if you wish. Perfect for a breakfast on the run or a mid-morning energy boost.
These low-fat muffins are so easy to make and absolutely delicious!
Healthy savoury muffin that tastes great. Wholemeal flour and oats add nuttiness and flavour, and a pinch of chilli powder adds a bite.
These delicious, moist muffins with a crunchy sweet topping, are not only low in fat but also contain bananas, oat bran, soya milk and soya flour – all beneficial ingredients for anyone eating for a healthy heart. Enjoy the muffins warm for breakfast or at coffee or tea time.
Chocolate can be part of a healthy diet, as these delicious muffins prove. They use the best-quality chocolate to give more flavour with less fat.
A delicious low-fat muffin. Children love them, and it's a great way to get them eating wholemeal. If desired, add sultanas or some chopped nuts.
What makes these muffins extra special is the abundance of berries and the sweet lemon glaze drizzled on top. You can freeze them for up to a month. Take them out of the freezer the night before for a perfect breakfast.