If you are looking for muffins without flour, eggs. If you are a brownie fan, these muffins are for you. Maybe they are not grown but soft, creamy, and melt in the mouth. Full of healthy ingredients without flour and baking powder. They are perfect as a snack after training or a healthy snack for work or school.
How to choose the best ingredients for Fit Brownie Date Muffins
Banana: choose bananas when ripe. They can be even with basic dots on the peel. The more mature, the better. These muffins are perfect if we want to eat ripe and even overripe bananas, where the skin is already wholly brown.
Peanut butter: I use peanut butter because I really like it, but yours may have completely different peanut butter. Nowadays, there are really different nut kinds of butter on the market.
Cocoa powder: choose cocoa powder, the darker, the better. Natural without any additives. Nesquik chocolate drink powder is not used here.
Dried dates: cates are not only a delicious fruit but also very valuable and rich in nutrients. Fruits also contain the most potassium, phosphorus, and chromium, among other fruits. They also dominate when it comes to the content of vitamins such as B2, and B3 (PP), so it is worth having them in your diet.
Tips and tricks
- Fit Brownie Dates Muffins are a perfect snack before and after training, for trips to the mountains where we can have a lot of effort, and because they contain dates. And dates are not only a rich source of minerals but also simple sugars (70 g / 100 g). These sugars do not require digestion and are almost immediately absorbed by the body. Therefore, they are a great energy source for athletes both before and after training.
- If you don’t have a blender, combine the ingredients by adding them one at a time and mix each until combined. The dates may not be perfectly ground, but they will also taste good.
Fit Brownie Dates Muffins
- 2 large ripe bananas
- 200 gr peanut butter
- 3 tbsp cocoa powder
- 3/4 cup dried dates
- Peel the bananas, crush them into pieces, and add peanut butter, cocoa powder, and dried dates. Blend everything thoroughly with a blender.
- Bake in an oven preheated to 170 degrees C / 350 degrees F / Gas mark 4 for 20-25 minutes.