Make Some Healthy Muffin Recipes for Kids


Kids usually love to indulge in desserts. Although, you might want to keep your children away from eating sweets regularly due to bad calories attached, you can always make some healthy desserts. One of every kid’s most favorite sweets is undoubtedly the Muffins. So, we bring to you a very interesting and unhealthy muffin recipe especially for kids.

This recipe, made by using oats and yogurt, has been widely appreciated all across the world for delicious taste and healthy filling. The muffins are moist and keep for a few days, have a good crust and flavor that get them consumed as soon as they have cooled down enough to eat. It is widely appreciated by parents, as both yogurt and oats are perfect to make any food healthy. Also, kids usually don’t like to eat things like oats and yogurt. Thus, this is the best way to feed them these healthy things in a delightful and delicious way. You can present them along with nicely brown baked muffins and I am sure the kids will enjoy the treat as much as any of their other favorite things. You can also experiment a lot with the flavors of the muffin. Some of the widely appreciated muffin flavors for this recipe are cinnamon, banana and blueberry. You can even include modern muffin flavors like chocolate and chocolate chip for making the muffins.

Healthy Muffin Recipes for Kids

Ingredients Required: First and foremost, you need to gather all the essential ingredients in order to start making the recipe. Some of the most important ingredients are unsweetened plain yoghurt, rolled oats, egg, vegetable oil, sugar, and self-raising flour, banana mashed and cinnamon.

Method of Making Healthy Muffins

Mix together the yoghurt and oats and leave them to soak in the fridge for half an hour. After they have soaked, beat in the egg, sugar and the oil, and fold in the flour with ingredients for whichever flavor combination you have decided on. Spoon the mixture into a greased muffin tray. You will get either 12 large muffins or 24 small ones. If you are baking them for lunch boxes it is a good idea to line the tins with paper muffin cases. Bake at 200C / 400F for 15 to 20 minutes, until the top is springy to the touch and golden brown. Then serve them with fresh yogurt and oats mixture.

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