Super Easy Raw Vegan Banana Muffins … Tasty Nom-Noms for Breakfast!


If you are someone trying to integrate a higher amount of raw food in your eating, there is a necessity for some grab-n-go tasty nom-noms!

Here is a half dozen of rich yummy goodness. The perfect partner to your morning smoothie!

This has been a raw item that my daughter LOVES! So much so I have to make more just to be sure I get some, haha! Kid-Approved! These are super easy to make, just soak the nuts the night before. I hope you all LOVE these as much as we do!

Raw-YUM Banana Nut Muffin

Serves 6

Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • 1/3 raw walnuts (soaked, 7 hours)
  • 1/3 raw almonds (soaked, 7 hours)
  • 6 medjool dates (pitted)
  • 1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil
  • 2 Teaspoons organic maple syrup (or another liquid sweetener)
  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut
  • 1/2 teaspoon organic pure vanilla
  • pinch himalayan salt or sea salt
  • shredded coconut (decoration)
  • cupcake wrappers

Directions

Step 1
Toss the walnuts, almonds, and dates into your food processor. Blend until it looks like fruitcake.
Step 2
Add in the banana, oil, coconut, maple syrup, vanilla and salt. Blend thoroughly.
Step 3
Spoonful into cupcake wrappers. Then sprinkle some extra coconut on top.
Step 4
Sit it in the refrigerator for a few hours to solidify. My daughter loves to eat them with a spoon and no fridge time. If you would like to dehydrate, I recommend at least 6 hours at 118 degrees. Enjoy!

What is your favorite muffin flavor?

micheale
About me

Micheale is the foodie nerd behind Crunchy Living. Crunchy Living is an eceletic mix of green living, 100% vegan and raw vegan recipes, oodles of love & seeking wellness everyday! 100% Vegan, Raw and Plant-based recipes.

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10 Comments

Sarah Hlavacek
Reply April 29, 2013

These sound delicious....but am I missing something?? Where does the banana come in?

    micheale
    Reply April 29, 2013

    I fixed it! Sorry ... hehe ... I think I was a little too sleepy when I wrote that up. Lov and Gratitude to you!

Angelina Anderson
Reply June 13, 2013

l love your blog so much! I will learn lots of vegan recipes from you!

    admin
    Reply June 19, 2013

    YAY!! Thank you for visiting ... I will have to check out your blog as well. So thrilled you like it! Love and gratitude to you! ~ Micheale

Emma
Reply July 12, 2013

oooh I like the sound of these babies :) I've been getting a little bored with my breakfasts of late so these could be the perfect way to mix things up.

    admin
    Reply July 12, 2013

    My daughter is obsessed with them and is so sad when they are gone hehe! I hope they spice up your mornings, but please let me know what you think when you try them! Lots of love and gratitude! Micheale

Steph
Reply January 16, 2014

Mmmm, nom nom indeed... these look great! :)

    micheale
    Reply January 16, 2014

    Thank you! Love and wellness to you Micheale

Gabe
Reply January 17, 2014

Hi! I'm new to this. When you say "soak overnight," I'm guessing you mean in water right? Not in something else? Sorry for the newbie question. Nuts by me aren't cheap and don't want to waste them if I don't have to :) Thanks

    micheale
    Reply January 17, 2014

    Great question! Soak in filtered water. I get all my nuts from nuts.com - they are tons cheaper and high quality. I hope this helps! Love and wellness Micheale

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