Easy Banana Oatmeal Muffins

With just a handful of nutritious ingredients, you can bake up super easy Banana-Oatmeal Muffins to share with the kids. Bonus: These store so well in the fridge for days!

Banana Oatmeal Muffins

Almost every week, I make a batch of healthy muffins to have on hand for easy breakfasts, snacks, and lunches. I love that they can sit in the fridge and still taste great a few days later—and that they’re packed with enough nutrition that they’re a good quick meal option. My kids (like many, I’m sure!) enjoy muffins, but just putting a few chocolate chips on top transforms them into something they’re SUPER excited to eat.

To make these muffins we blend up whole grain oats with Greek yogurt or milk, eggs, bananas, and a few pantry staples. You pour the batter from the blender right into the muffin pan so the method is seriously doable…even if you have only one free hand!

The combination delivers protein, fiber, and potassium—as well as some of the fats toddlers need to grow—in an easy to eat format.

We like to eat these muffins cold right out of the fridge, but you can also serve them slightly warm. You can dice them up as needed for younger kids.

Contents hide 1 Banana Oatmeal Muffins 2 Your toddler won’t eat? Help is here! 3 Ingredients You Need 4 Step-by-Step Instructions 5 Frequently Asked Questions 6 Mini Banana Muffins 7 How to Store 8 Best Tips for Success 9 Related Recipes 10 Banana Oatmeal Muffins (SO Good!)

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