The weekends are all about relaxing, winding down, and recuperating from the week. This recipe is equal parts easy, delicious, and healthy!
To be honest, I don’t follow recipes. It’s not for lack of trying, because trust me, I have tried time and time again. I have dyslexic tendencies and a very short attention span. Take that coupled with multi step – multi ingredient recipes and it’s game OVER. So when I find a recipe, rather a concoction 😉 of ingredients that I can’t mess up, I latch on and do not let go!
A few months ago Matt’s mom brought over these tiny little muffins that tasted delicious! I was almost afraid to ask her for the recipe for fear of not being able to recreate it. When I heard she didn’t even have to use a mixer my interested peaked and I decided to give it a go!
Not only are these muffins easy and un-mess-up-able (not a word, sorry Merriam) they are healthy too! They have no flour, no added sugar, and no added oil or butter!
Honey (I used creamed but regular works too)
Peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
Chocolate Chips (I use semi sweet)
Mash up banana (with a fork), add the egg, a few LARGE spoonfuls of peanut butter, a spoonful of honey, and as many chocolate chips as you desire —> stir.
Spray mini muffin tin. Spoon batter into mini muffin tins.
Bake at 400 degrees for around 8-12 minutes – or until they look golden brown on top and not mushy.
Remove from oven
What are some of your favorite easy recipes?!