Baked Banana Oatmeal Muffin Cups | Healthy + Easy Grab-N-Go Breakfast

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  1. I made these today. I placed parchment paper in all the muffin cups. However, the muffins were sticking to the parchment paper once baked. How to ensure them coming out smoothly? Please help!

  2. So I have a question when it comes to your recipe-how much is one cup? I am from Austria and we don’t have β€žcupsβ€œ as measurementsπŸ˜“

  3. I didn't have baking powder so used bi-carb instead, they are the oven now so I hope it's successful. I'm not a vegetarian but don't eat meat because of the cost, so variety with sweet potato and greens are essential I'll be trying a great many of your recipes, simple easy and healthy. Rosemary 70 yrs old. Perth Western Australia

  4. Made it for breakfast today …. There's a huge bag of oats lying around so tried this out.

    It is tasty gotta say.

    Some changes I made….I used quick oats, I added two TSP of sugar, I just blitzed the dry ingredients the previous night and left it in the blender…blitzed the wet ingredients in the morning poured it and put it in the oven!

    Since the muffins don't have oil or butter, they tend to stick to the paper cup if you're using any.

    The chocolate chips are kinda necessary if you don't want to have bland muffins.

    Also, I made a small batch so keep an eye on the time coz they could dry out after 20 min.

    But overall, great recipe. Thanks πŸ™‚

  5. I tried this muffin recipe and it came out beautiful and tasted even more πŸ˜‹. I love how I can be creative with this recipe and add my own ingredients next time I am trying cranberries in this instead of chocolate chips! Highly recommended.

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