Custardy Goodness

8:00 AM

As a diabetic I have to alter my recipes to have a low carbohydrate count. I have tweaked this recipes to have a custardy banana yumminess. The custardy muffins make for a great after school treat before dinner. I eat one a boost of protein for breakfast before doing a morning workout. My husband eats them before beginning his day with a cup of coffee. Today I am making some Banana Protein Muffins to enjoy during a Princess Tea Party with my daughter.

Princess Banana Protein Muffins

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit 

3/4 cup Ripe Banana = 1 large
3/4 cup Egg White = 4 medium egg whites
1/2 cup Lowfat Yogurt
3/4 cup Oats
1/ 2 cup Vanilla Protein Powder
1/2 cup Sweetener
1 tsp Baking powder
1 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Cinnamon

I like to mix all the wet ingredients together first to help with mushing the bananas. I prefer banana chunks in my muffins so I use a fork to smash them, you can use a hand mixer for a smoother batter.

Once all the ingredients are mixed together, I spray the paper liners with Olive Oil spray to keep them from sticking to the finished muffin. Next scoop two tablespoons (or soup spoons) of batter into each liner. This mixture makes 12 Princess Banana Protein Muffins. While waiting for the muffins to bake (15-18 minutes) I scramble the egg yolks left over from the recipe for my daughter's lunch.

A visiting friend states that she has noticed my Rottweiler’s coat is looking very shiny lately. "Did you change his diet?" I responded with "thank you I make my daughter eggs for breakfast at least 3 times a week".

She is not a mom yet and I forget that sometimes plus no discredit to her she is a cat owner.
I saw her look of confusion. "My daughter feeds the dog most of her eggs" I explain.

Once the Princess Banana Protein Muffins were done baking they were removed from the cupcake pan and placed on a wooden chopping board to cool.

I really like the fact that the Princess Banana Protein Muffins are very healthy for my family. My one year old and five year old enjoy them so much they think it is a special occasion when we make them. I like that I can give them the muffins and not worry that they are getting processed unhealthy products.

Each Princess Banana Protein Muffins contain 63 calories, 8 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fat, 1 gram of fiber and 6 grams of protein. You cannot find these fantastic numbers on any store bought muffin.

How adorable is this picture!?! My Princess loves her Princess Banana Protein Muffins with a small dollop of whipped cream.

For those of you who have been following my Weightloss Journey the Protein Powder in this recipe is from my Shake Supplements. You can reguest a free sample from Kathy with Kickass Moms, let her know you found the link on Crossing New Bridges of Motherhood.

 Warm Wishes to You and Yours


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  1. They sound great! I'm sure my boys would love them. Always a bonus when something is healthy too. #StayClassyMama

  2. These look great Deb! Going to make!

  3. Nice recipe! We love banana bread/ muffins here #stayclassymama