Gluten-Free Banana Walnut Chia Muffins Recipe
These gluten-free banana, walnut, and chia seed muffins, sweetened with coconut sugar, are great on-the-go snacks or breakfast on busy mornings.
These delicious banana muffins are easy for kids to make.
I made these on Sunday, I’m keeping them in fridge so my husband and I can each take one to work everyday . They came out pretty great . I did however do a couple of changes because of my own personal preference and my experience with past gluten free recipes . I didn’t add an egg because I had none , I used coconut oil instead of vegetable oil, the same amount of the recipe asked for but I think I’ll more next time if I don’t add the egg again , coconut oil adds so much moist to gluten free muffins. I also did not use any of sugar the recipe called for because I was using 4 real ripped bananas and I knew I was gonna add 1/2 cup chocolate chips. Sweetness was perfect , it tasted like banana bread . I will def make these again . It’s a great recipe and def a keeper . Thank you for sharing
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