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Easy Protein Muffins – Fit Foodie Finds

Pack some extra protein into your day with these delicious easy protein muffin, This easy breakfast made with mashed bananas, protein powder, almond milk, and coconut oil is as good for you as it is delicious!

Healthy Banana Protein Muffins

Looking for a healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth? This delicious protein muffin recipe has it all: vanilla protein powder, bananas, chocolate chunks, maple syrup, and light-brown sugar to make show-stopping, protein-packed muffins that will transport you to breakfast heaven.

We’ve got all kinds of muffins here at Fit Foodie Finds. Why? It’s super easy to customize muffins to your liking. From healthy substitutions to decadent additives, the options are truly endless!

Why would you love them!

This muffin recipe packs 30 grams of protein!

They are healthy and delicious.

Great for making ahead and preparing meals on the go.

Simple ingredients and little preparation are required.

Ingredient List for High Protein Muffins

  • Flour: We have used all purpose flour for this recipe. But feel free to use white whole wheat flour or a mix of all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour as a healthier alternative!
  • Vanilla Protein Powder: Any vanilla-flavored protein powder will do! The brand we used has 15 grams of protein per serving.
  • Baking soda: Don’t forget the baking soda; It gives rise to these muffins.
  • Chocolate pieces: Chocolate chunks elevate the decadence level of these muffins. Feel free to use any chocolate chip of your choice.
  • light brown sugar: We only use a little brown sugar to sweeten these muffins!
  • Maple syrup: Maple syrup not only naturally sweetens these muffins, but it also adds delicious flavor.
  • banana: Mashed bananas add more flavor and moisture to your protein muffins.
  • Large Eggs: Use two large eggs to fluff these muffins. If you don’t have eggs, you can also use flaxseed eggs!
  • Badam Milk: Instead of dairy milk, we used unsweetened almond milk for this recipe. But if you prefer any other variety of milk, then go for it! Any milk will do.
  • coconut oil: A healthy, low-fat way to get moist muffins!

How to Make Healthy Protein Muffins

Preheat oven

Preheat oven to 350ºF, Line a muffin pan with muffin liners and spray with cooking spray.

mix dry + wet ingredients separately

next, Combine all dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl and set aside, In a separate large bowl, whisk together the brown sugar and maple syrup. Then Add mashed banana, eggs and almond milk and mix until combined.


once mixed, transfer dry ingredients to wet ingredients And stir till the batter is well mixed. Then add melted coconut oil and mix again.

transfer batter

Fill each well in a muffin pan with batter, We filled ours about 3/4 of the way full and all the way up to the top.


put your muffins in the oven and Bake for 18-22 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

cool + serve

Finally, take the muffins out of the oven and let them cool for a few minutes. Transfer to a wire rack and cool briefly before serving, Enjoy your delicious protein muffin!

easy change

Make these protein muffins your own by adding other delicious ingredients! Here are some of our favorites:

Banana Blueberry: Add a pint of fresh (or frozen!) blueberries to the batter before baking.

Banana Nut: Give these banana muffins an easy crunch with 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts or pecans.

carrot cake: Make some great stuffing with 1/2 cup grated carrots and 1/3 cup chopped walnuts to give these a carrot cake twist!

Chocolate Protein: Turn these into chocolate protein muffins by using chocolate protein powder instead of vanilla.

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Top Tips for Protein Muffins

Measure Mashed Bananas: Be sure to mash the bananas and then measure before adding them to the muffin batter. The size of banana you use will determine how mashed you have.

Make them yours: These are classic banana protein muffins, but feel free to add chocolate chips (like we did in these photos!), chopped nuts, or berries for the flavor of your choice.

Substitute bananas for apples when you’re in a pinch: Yes, people ask the same question when making Banana Protein Muffins! Apple will do the job instead. Use 1 cup applesauce instead of 2 mashed bananas.

Can you make these vegetarian?

Since these protein muffins contain eggs, they are not considered vegan. We suggest following our Vegan Banana Bread recipe and making muffins with the batter instead of the loaf.


These muffins will keep in an airtight container on the counter for 2-3 days. Or, to extend their freshness, store them in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

To Freeze Your Protein MuffinsLet them cool completely before placing them on a baking sheet. Then freeze for 2 hours before transferring to freezer-safe, gallon-size bags. Remove as much air as possible and freeze for up to 3 months.

Photography: The photos in this post were taken by Ashley McGlaughlin from The Edible Perspective.



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