Healthy Cherry Muffins made with fresh cherries and dark chocolate chunks! This muffin recipe is easy to make and uses good-for-you ingredients like yoghurt, oatmeal, and wholegrain rye flour. It’s a cherry muffin the whole family will love!
Our collection of Baked Goods recipes have been specially created by a nutritionist. Many are made with wholegrain flours, sweetened just the right amount (never too much) and created with a healthy influence in mind. The No Sugar Banana Bran Muffins are a must-try item, as are Fudgy Adzuki Bean Brownies. Or, give the Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake a go.
Heyyy-o, Wholegrain Cast Iron Skillet Cookie! Made with whole grain flour, studded with dark chocolate chunks and dried cherries, this giant spelt cookie is the dessert you’ve been waiting for. Served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, it doesn’t get any better.
These Peanut Butter Oat Bars make a great snack or after school treat! Made with wholesome ingredients, low in sugar, and vegan friendly, these are sure to hit the spot.
Savory Cottage Cheese Muffins are one of my favourites for an afternoon snack or breakfast. Made with chickpea flour, ground almonds, cheese, and broccoli, these gluten-free muffins are sure to keep you satisfied. Freezer-friendly and perfect for meal prep.
These salted coconut caramels are made with all natural ingredients including coconut oil and coconut sugar. Completely vegan and made without refined sugar, this is a sweet treat that’s perfect for edible gifts or squirrelling away for yourself.
Healthy Pumpkin Muffins with millet, raisins, and toasted pumpkin seeds. These pumpkin muffins are made with wholegrain flour, real pumpkin purée, and plenty of spices. They’re sweet, crunchy, filling, delicious, and freezer friendly to boot. Make up a batch of pumpkin oatmeal muffins for breakfasts on the go or healthy snacks.
These Apple Crumble Bars are made with whole grain oats, whole wheat flour, and homemade apple butter. An easy recipe that comes together quickly, these apple squares are on the healthy side and make a great sweet snack or dessert.
This Healthy Chocolate Zucchini Bread recipe features an unusual ingredient that makes it incredibly moist – quinoa! It’s easy to make, packed with dark chocolate, and is a healthier spin on chocolate zucchini bread.
If you’re looking for a healthy brownie recipe, these Fudgy Adzuki Bean Brownies are just the thing! These gluten free brownies have no sugar other than from dates, and are incredibly easy to make. Made with coconut oil, cocoa powder, and dark chocolate chunks, just whiz them together in your food processor and you’ll have drool-worthy healthy brownies ready in no time at all!
This Strawberry Yogurt Cake is made with white whole wheat flour, tangy yogurt, and less sugar and fat than most cake recipes. Topped with roasted strawberries and strawberry sauce, this is a simple, healthy (ish) cake you’re sure to love!
If you’re looking for a great carrot muffin recipe, this is the one! These Carrot Pineapple Muffins are easy, healthy wholegrain muffins that are perfect for breakfast or snacks. Made with spelt flour, oat bran, and crushed pineapple, these healthy carrot muffins are a freezer-friendly treat you’ll love to have on hand.
No Sugar Banana Bran Muffins! These refined sugar free banana muffins are sweetened with nothing but bananas and dates. Made with whole wheat flour, oats, lots of bran, and studded with walnuts and banana chunks, these healthy bran muffins make a great breakfast, snack, or lunchbox treat.
This Brown Sugar Shortbread cookie recipe is an easy three-ingredient holiday treat. Made with wholegrain flour and dipped in chocolate, these cookies are simple and elegant.
Pumpkin Snickerdoodles! These soft and chewy cookies are healthy and easy to make! Made with real pumpkin, spices, and white whole wheat flour, they’re sure to be a hit with the whole family.
Healthy Whole Wheat Muffins with Cinnamon Roasted Apples! These muffins are super easy to make and are perfect for breakfast or a snack. A simple recipe with ingredients you probably already have at home.
Want something delicious and green but not too weird for St. Patrick’s Day? Try these shortbread cookies with a fun twist – matcha powder! These Matcha Shortbread Cookies are buttery and delicious, vibrant green, and have a wonderful unique flavour thanks to the matcha powder.
Five years ago, almost to the day, I published a recipe for a bran muffin sweetened with only dates and bananas. To this day it remains the recipe on this site that I am most proud of, and probably the most Muffin Mythiest muffin recipe there is, so I thought it was high time I…
This spiced vegan friendly applesauce cake is tender, moist, and studded with raisins. Made healthier with oat flour and maple sugar, it’s an afternoon treat you can feel good about. I’m excited to announce that I recently became a member of a community of like-minded health focused bloggers called The Recipe Redux. Started by registered dietitians, The…
Wholegrain muffins with fresh spring rhubarb, apricot, and ginger two ways – a Throwback Thursday post from The Muffin Myth archives. Since finishing my last exam nearly a month ago I’ve been working a tonne, often teaching two different courses in the same day. On the days when I do end up with a block…
I learned something shocking recently. Not everyone loves overnight oats as much as I do. I know. It’s crazy, right? For one thing, the texture, which I find magically creamy and delicious, is not for everyone. Also, being the winter and all, not everyone is into the idea of a cold breakfast. And perhaps most…
Sometimes portion control is the easiest path to moderation, so today I’m sharing a single serving chocolate cake. Because everyone deserves a little cake sometimes! I’ve been going grey since my early 20’s. I think at around 22 I found my first grey hair and though they slowly trickled in, in the last few years…
I don’t know about you guys, but I am clinging to this summer like my life depends on it. This time of year seems fleeting and fragile, and I want to hold on to it for as long as possible. Peaches are one of my favourite summer fruits. I believe their lusciousness and fragility warrants…
Today is a big day on The Muffin Myth! Exactly four years ago today I hit publish on my first post with absolutely no idea what would happen next. And what a four years it has been! There have been ups and downs. Celebrations and frustrations. New jobs, and new friends. Broken ankles and broken dishes….
Remember when we made our own almond milk? Mmmmm, home made almond milk is sooooo good! That pulp though! What do we do with the leftover pulp?! I hate wasting food, so I was determined to come up with a recipe that not only used the almond pulp, but used the whole batch. 1 batch…
I read something recently about the relationships between mothers and children, about how children know deeply who their mothers are because they are the only ones who know what their hearts sound like on the inside. Isn’t that just the loveliest thing? You know what else is lovely? Chocolate coconut banana bread. This recipe has…