This Banana Collagen Muffin recipe, which I adapted from The New York Times, has become a household staple. I use two types of flour, whole wheat and almond, and very little sugar (only 2 tablespoons for the entire recipe). I’ve also added in Further Food Vanilla Collagen which provides a subtle vanilla flavor to these moist muffins. Collagen is my favorite “secret ingredient” that I add to all my baked goods. It blends right into any mixture and provides so many health benefits, including helping to strengthen bones and joint, while also providing extra protein.
This recipe is super easy to make and makes a great breakfast or healthy snack.
Further Food Commentary:
This Collagen Banana Muffin recipe, which I've tasted myself, is the ultimate healthy baked good. I love that there are 2 types of healthy flours, collagen for skin and gut health, and very little sugar. While it tastes delicious (and so moist) as is, you can amp up the benefits and flavor by adding toppings like oats or nuts. Or simple serve with some almond butter. Everyone in the family will love this one!