Recipe: Let These Chocolate Banana Muffins Sweeten Your Monday

Vegan dishes are loaded with the benefits of a plant-based diet, including lower risks of sudden death, cardiovascular infection, and dementia-related death compared to those who consume less plant protein. According to a study published in the “Journal of the American College of Nutrition”, it was found that a low fat vegan diet has better results for weight, body composition, insulin sensitivity and blood levels. cholesterol compared to a Mediterranean diet.

On that note, we decide to sweeten our Monday blues with not only a healthy treat but also vegan thanks to a chocolate banana muffin recipe we recently stumbled upon. Do you have dark brown or mushy bananas in your kitchen?

Turn them into a healthy and delicious treat like these unprecedented and decadent banana chocolate muffins that are egg-free, vegan, dairy-free and loaded with immense health benefits. Check out the recipe here:


3 medium sized bananas

2 teaspoons of powdered flax seeds

1 tablespoon of oil

2 tablespoons of jaggery powder

1/2 cup whole wheat flour

1/4 cup quick rolled oats

3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa

1 tablespoon of corn flour

1/4 teaspoon of salt

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/2 teaspoon of baking powder

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

For toppings – quick oats, chia seeds and dark chocolate chips


Add the bananas to a bowl and with a fork, mash them. Add the jaggery and oil and beat well. Stir in the ground flax seeds and let the mixture sit for about 10 minutes until it thickens slightly. Now add the rest of the ingredients (except the toppings) and mix gently until combined.

Transfer the batter to a muffin pan lined with parchment paper, add the toppings and bake in a preheated 180 ° C / 350 ° F oven for 25 minutes. Let cool and enjoy!

(Recipe: Divya Jadhav, Instagram / tabu_tinku_foodies)


Bananas, whether mashed or not, help reduce stress levels as they are high in potassium which is an essential mineral needed to regulate water balance, acidity level, and blood pressure. Flax seeds improve digestive health, lower blood pressure and bad cholesterol, may be beneficial for people with diabetes, and also lower cancer risk.

The molasses content of jaggery makes it more nutritious because this nutritious byproduct of the sugar making process is removed during the manufacture of refined sugar. Jaggery is rich in vitamins and minerals, is an excellent immune booster, acts as a shield against health problems such as coughs and colds, and improves digestive health, prevention of anemia, liver detoxification and improvement. of immune function.

Oats are gluten-free instead, they have more protein and fiber than regular flour. Besides being high in antioxidants and incredibly nutritious, oats can improve blood sugar control, lower cholesterol levels, and protect LDL cholesterol from damage.

Its soluble beta-glucan fibers aid digestion, keep the stomach full, ward off the feeling of hunger while keeping a full stomach. Hence, they are suitable for weight loss.

On the other hand, chia seeds are packed with cell-protective antioxidants, provide a massive amount of nutrients with very few calories, and are a good source of minerals like calcium. They help prevent constipation by providing insoluble fiber which together with the protein content helps in weight loss.

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