Refined Sugar Free Banana Poppy Muffins


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Start your day the healthy way with these refined sugar-free banana and poppy muffins which you can freeze and defrost when needed.
Erythritol looks like sugar and tastes like sugar. It is 70% as sweet as sugar, yet it is virtually non-caloric, does not affect blood sugar, and does not cause tooth decay. Coconut flour, made from ground dried, defatted coconut meat, is high in fiber and low in sugar and digestible carbohydrates.

  • 2 Very ripe bananas
  • 100 g Erythritol granules
  • 50 g Coconut oil, melted
  • 150 ml Kefir, room-temperature
  • 150 g Spelt pastry flour
  • 40 g Coconut flour
  • 5 g Baking powder
  • 5 g Baking soda
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 30 g Poppy
  • Walnut halves
  1. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. Grease 6 maxi muffin cups and set aside.
  2. Mash the bananas and erythritol until smooth. Add in coconut oil and kefir. Stir until well combined.
  3. Whisk together the spelt, coconut flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. Add the banana mixture into the dry mixture until just incorporated. Now fold in poppy.
  4. Divide the batter into the muffin cups and top with walnut halves. Bake in the hot oven for about 25-28 minutes until nicely golden brown and cooked when tested.

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72 comments:

mjskit 29/6/17 04:26

These do look like a great way to start the day! A banana muffin and so much better. Have never heard of Erythritol. Is is a natural ingredient? I need to start using more coconut flour and it's recipes like this that inspire me. Thanks Angie!

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Mindy Boyd 29/6/17 04:54

We love everything banana at our house and these look so yummy!

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Jeff 29/6/17 05:11

These muffins look serious. Are they as filling as they look?

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Evolve With Mary 29/6/17 05:27

I have yet to try Erythritol but I’ve only heard great things. Since I’m a huge fan of banana nut bread looks like this recipe is perfect of me. Thank you of sharing Angie :)

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Rafeeda AR 29/6/17 06:50

I love anything with bananas in it... lovely recipe!

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Chitz 29/6/17 07:15

Wow.. nice recipe.. have never baked something with coconut oil before.. my kiddo loves muffins with banana in them.. so wil try this some time.. by the way what is coconut flour? Never come across that before..

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Rosa 29/6/17 07:57

Lovely! I've stopped using refined sugar a long time ago...

Cheers,

Rosa

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 29/6/17 09:06

Healthy and delicious Muffins.. Anything with banana is my favorite :)

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Veronica Ng 29/6/17 10:28

Definitely a great way to start the day - by gobbling up your healthy and delicious muffins! I tried baking with coconut flour once and it made my cakes very dry so I stopped using it. Maybe I should start using again with your recipe. Thanks for sharing Angie.

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Tricia Buice 29/6/17 12:58

Love the addition of coconut flour - and that sweetener sounds very interesting. The muffins look amazing especially with those big chunks of walnuts! I could use some of these in my freezer for a quick breakfast or snack with afternoon tea :) Lovely!

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Liz Berg 29/6/17 13:32

These are gorgeous, Angie! Plus I don't do well with sugar these days so this looks like a yummy, guilt-free snack or breakfast :)

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Amy (Savory Moments) 29/6/17 13:50

These muffins look really wholesome and delicious!

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All That I'm Eating 29/6/17 13:59

I've not heard of that sugar substitute before - could you use coconut sugar? These sound great.

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 29/6/17 15:38

Angie, I would love these! Why have I never thought of putting poppy seeds in my banana muffins?

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Evi @ greenevi 29/6/17 17:20

Yummy! Bananas and poppy seeds are such a great combo!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 29/6/17 18:23

These look really delicious Angie, I would love to have these muffins for breakfast and snacks, love that there is no refined sugar in them.

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Adina 29/6/17 20:03

Such hearty looking muffins, I love banana muffins or bread or whatever made with bananas. Got to try them!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 29/6/17 20:37

I have heard of and seen Erythritol but have yet to experiment. Banana muffins are the best!

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Stormy 30/6/17 01:24
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tigerfish 30/6/17 01:37

The muffins look very dense! I love it because it fills me up in a good way :)

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Nava K 30/6/17 07:42

Pop! Pop! Made me happy by looking at the pictures.

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natalia20041989 30/6/17 15:59

These look so delicious! 😊

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Asha Shivakumar 30/6/17 17:07

These look and sound amazing. Love this classic combo so so much.
Love it.
xx

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Balvinder Ubi 30/6/17 17:37

Isn’t it the best when you can make something both healthy and delicious! I got spelt flour and have started using it (for my my family). My husband doesn't like banana so I'll try your poppy kefir muffins with spelt.

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kitchen flavours 30/6/17 17:43

Healthy and delicious! Lovely little treats!

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Alida 30/6/17 18:10

I love sugar free treats and when you start cutting down on sugar you begin to dislike the taste of refined sugar. I love your muffins Angie!

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Pam 30/6/17 18:37

They look and sound tasty!!

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Monica 30/6/17 19:37

Always nice to see your healthier alternatives and learn about ingredients I've never used. Great choice using bananas so you get that first layer of natural sweetness to begin with. Nice treats!

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Nammi 1/7/17 11:31

wow! looks yummm and healthy. have a nice weekend.

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Nammi 1/7/17 11:49

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Easyfoodsmith 1/7/17 13:36

Sounds like a very healthy and tasty recipe

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Kelly 1/7/17 13:42

These yummy banana poppyseed muffins sound like the perfect way to start the day! I love that these are refined sugar free! I'll take a batch please :)

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Ivy 1/7/17 14:14

They look yummy but have some second thoughts about Erythritol.

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natalia20041989 1/7/17 17:34

Oh yum, I love any kind of baked goids with banana, so moist and delicious☺

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Cathleen 1/7/17 19:08

I love your healthy recipes! I JUST used up the last of my ripe bananas. Oh well. Next time :)

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Pam 1/7/17 19:52

The muffins sound delicious, Angie! I try to use as little sugar as possible and have not heard of Erythritol, but will check it out.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 1/7/17 20:42

I love anything banana so I know I will love these.

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Catherine 2/7/17 01:28

Dear Angie, What a nice muffin to have for breakfast! These do look good. xoxo Catherine

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Veena Theagarajan 2/7/17 03:56

very interesting recipe with coconut oil pretty sure it taste divine too..

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Ritu Ahuja 2/7/17 13:23

Wow Angie!! these banana poppy muffins look awesome. This is a must try for me. Best part is that it's sugar free. And they super yum. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe. :)

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Beth 2/7/17 23:29

Sounds so healthy - and banana muffins are the best!

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Amelia 3/7/17 04:38

Hi Angie, your banana muffin look so inviting. Great for breakfast or tea and a nice cup of coffee to go with it. Excellent pictures.

Have a nice day, regards.
Amelia

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Nancy Chan 3/7/17 10:55

I haven't tried using coconut oil for baking. Interesting! Have a beautiful day!

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Harriet Emily 3/7/17 14:55

These look so moist and delicious Angie! Love the banana and poppy combination! Yum!

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Sue/the view from great island 3/7/17 16:16

I adore poppy seeds and put them in almost anything, but I especially love this recipe because you've used coconut flour, and I've been meaning to give that a try...lovely muffins for a summer morning!

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grace 3/7/17 18:57

i'm a big fan of poppy seeds but don't use them nearly enough! great muffins. :)

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fimère .b 3/7/17 22:11

ils sont superbes j'adore
bonne soirée

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norma chang 4/7/17 00:22

Learning something new from your post again, will look up and learn about Erythritol.

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Vicki Bensinger 4/7/17 04:22

These sound great. The list of ingredients always inspires me to cook with new ingredients some of which I've never heard of. Thanks for broadening my scope.

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All That I'm Eating 4/7/17 13:36

These sound great, I'd love to have them for breakfast. Guilt free too!

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Alida 4/7/17 14:44

What a fab treat without refined sugar. I am going always for those one now! Brava!

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Susan 4/7/17 15:08

I just made Zucchine/Peach muffins with honey to try to cut some of the refined sugar in our diets. These look amazing, XOXO

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 4/7/17 17:52

These muffins look wonderful, Angie. Love the fact they are refined sugar-free. I bet they look as delicious as they look. I will have to look for spelt pastry flour here.

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Gloria Baker 4/7/17 19:01

Look wonderful ANgie !! Especially I love all with poppy seeds! Delicious!!

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Kitchen Riffs 5/7/17 01:24

Erythritol isn't something I've worked with -- really need to give it a try. Need to give these muffins a try, too. They look wonderful! Thanks so much.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 5/7/17 01:37

I have an Erythritol/Xylitol blend that I use for sugar free baking. I will have to try it your delicious muffins. They look like the perfect way to start the day!

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noobcook 5/7/17 04:51

Do you know that poppy seeds are prohibited in Singapore?! :O these muffins look gorgeous!

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kankana 6/7/17 00:04

Perfect pick-me-up breakfast idea!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 6/7/17 05:53

Pretty muffins, Angie! Love the poppy seeds and they look so moist! :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/7/17 20:49

Still trying to catch up after two weeks of computer problems, Angie! I have always loved the combination of poppy seeds in banana bread and you have taken it to a new level of healthiness. They look delicious!

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Geraldine Saucier 9/7/17 09:26

Delicious muffins. Perfect for breakfast.

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My Inner Chick 9/7/17 22:02

These look incredible, Angie! Wow, I smell them all the
way to Duluth.

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Katerina 10/7/17 14:22

These muffins look seriously addictive!

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Shashi at SavorySpin 10/7/17 19:05

What a delicious way to start the day - and these beauties are refined sugar free too!

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nadia 11/7/17 20:54

They look super moist and I love that they're sugar-free! Want one right now! :D

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 12/7/17 15:17

I love banana muffins - your poppy seed addition sounds extra good!

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Sharon D 13/7/17 07:39

Omg ...these must smell heavenly! I love everything about banana breads, muffins and cakes. Yum stuff!

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Nava K 14/7/17 08:47

Its definitely popping my eyes right now Angie. Pop over one to me please.

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Dawn Yucuis 15/7/17 02:34

These muffins look delicious. I love how healthy and delicious your recipe always are.

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Choclette Blogger 20/7/17 16:42

Cinnamon and bananas are such a good match - mmmmm!

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Katerina 24/7/17 06:50

The best and most healthy way to start your day!

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