Sliced Vegan Banana Muffins-Delicious yet Healthy
A Plate of Fresh Vegan Banana Muffins
These delicious and wholesome Banana Muffins are a good way to use up ripe bananas. They are egg-less and no dairy products are used.
I used Agave nectar, a
delicious natural sweetener that can be used moderately by dieters, some diabetics, and health conscious cooks to replace high-glycemic and refined sugars. Use this link to learn more about, Agave Syrup.
You may use brown sugar if you do not have Agave Syrup easily available. I do try and limit the amount of sweetener that I add. If you really prefer muffins that are sweeter, then increase the amount of sugar/syrup by just 1 more tablespoon.
The muffin pan I used holds 15 muffins, but my mixture was enough for just 13. I filled water in the empty spaces, just to avoid those spaces drying out.
If you have a larger muffin pan, then your total baked muffins will be fewer. The muffins baked well and tasted good. I hope you like them too.
Here is the recipe.
Freshly baked Vegan Banana Muffins just out of the oven
Banana Muffins Mix in Muffin Pan about to be baked
Ingredients for Banana Muffins all mixed
Wet Ingredients with Pecan Nuts, Ready to be blended with flour mix
If you do not have pecan nuts, use any other nuts that you have available. If you use Agave Syrup, the muffins do tend to be a bit browner.
PLEASE NOTE: To keep the muffins soft and moist, immediately, cover the muffins well, with a clean dishcloth, until the muffins are cool. If you transfer the muffins to a container, then cover with a paper towel first, then the lid of the container. The paper towel will become somewhat wet, as the muffins, “ sweat.” The muffins will be nice and soft when they cool completely.
Karen, Redhi, a viewer who baked these muffins said that, it tasted very nice but it was a bit dry and she suggested adding a few more bananas. She also said that there was still not enough of a banana taste.
I went ahead and added 1 more banana to the recipe as suggested by Karen. I plan to try this soon. I suggested to Karen to add banana essence to add more of a banana taste.
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