Blueberry Banana Spelt Muffins

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These blueberry banana spelt muffins, adapted from bakingbites, are incredibly moist and low in fat and sugar. The combination of sweet bananas and super healthy fresh blueberries make these energy-packed homemade treats a hit for any occasion.

  • 240 g Refined spelt flour
  • 7 g Baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 3 Large ripe bananas, mashed
  • 50 g Coconut oil, melted
  • 5 g NuNaturals white stevia powder
  • 50 g Coconut sugar
  • 1 Large egg
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 150 g Fresh blueberries
  1. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. Line a 12-hole standard muffin tin with paper liners. Whisk together the spelt flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl.
  2. In another bowl, beat together mashed bananas, coconut oil, stevia, coconut sugar, egg and vanilla extract until smooth. Add in flour mixture and mix until just combined. Fold in blueberries.
  3. Spoon mixture evenly between paper cases. Bake for 20 to 22 minutes or until golden and just firm to touch. Stand in pan for 5 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.

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79 comments:

Nancy Chan 23/8/15 18:05

These muffins look so good and mouth watering!

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Gloria Baker 23/8/15 18:13

Soooo beautiful as well, as always :))
xo

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Kelly 23/8/15 19:50

These blueberry muffins look perfect, Angie! Love the moisture from the bananas and coconut oil in here! I would love to snack on a few right now :)

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Gloria Baker 23/8/15 20:22

I shared this recipe in FB Angie :)

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The Caked Crusader 23/8/15 21:11

I love the texture spelt adds, and the hint of nuttiness. Blueberry muffins are always a winner!

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Catherine 23/8/15 22:15

Dear Angie, The photos of these muffins are beautiful!
I do love spelt and blueberries. These would be a wonderful treat for breakfast. xoxo Catherine

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Sweet Posy Dreams 23/8/15 23:11

Very blueberry-lishus! Looks like lots of fruit in those muffins.

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The Yum List 23/8/15 23:23

This is exactly what I'd like to nibble on with a cup of tea this morning.

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My Little Space 24/8/15 02:07

Wow... such awesome looking muffins you got here, Angie. Hope you're going to have a fabulous week ahead dear.
Blessings, Kristy

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Beth 24/8/15 02:20

Gorgeous muffins! The combination of blueberries and bananas sounds great.

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Herbs Spices and Tradition 24/8/15 04:26

Hi Angie, this looks so nice and tempting. Photo looks so nice of this healthy muffins.

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Christine Ho 24/8/15 04:57

Very nice. Your blueberry muffins make me so hungry, Angie. :)

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Mira Cookinglsl 24/8/15 05:15

These muffins look so delicious! Gorgeous pictures!

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Sharon D 24/8/15 05:27

These are beautiful, Angie. Pretty and healthy. You come up with the most amazing food! ♥ ♥

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Veronica's Kitchen 24/8/15 05:33

Nothing can beat the taste of fresh blueberry muffin! Delicious!

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faithy 24/8/15 07:10

These look super awesome! I love blueberries! Usually I don't like muffins but your muffins are making me change my mind!

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Sammie 24/8/15 08:08

Gorgeous - I love the way Blueberries turn into little pods of jam when baked in cake/cupcakes. Just happen to have some freshly bought spelt flour so will give these a try. Thank you. Sammie http://www.feastingisfun.com

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Jasna Varcakovic 24/8/15 08:14

Mmmm, blueberry muffins...Looking good and delicious!

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Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 24/8/15 11:20

Wow! These gorgeous berries are bursting out with awesomelicious berry flavors. They look so so GOOD!

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 24/8/15 13:09

Gosh, what pretty muffins. I love blueberries and it's their season here. These low in sugar and fat are perfect for a healthy diet.
Sam

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Barbara 24/8/15 13:19

Oh my, those look fabulous, Angie! Love baking with coconut sugar and these are chock full of blueberries, Yum!

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Vicki Bensinger 24/8/15 14:39

Wow Angie these look amazing. Your blueberries are so incredibly plump. I love all the ingredients here. I'm definitely making these. How did they taste?

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What's Baking?? 24/8/15 15:18

Wow. You make me suddenly crave for one 😝

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Mijú 24/8/15 15:30

Pintaza que se ve :-)
Que ricos los arándanos azules.
Un saludito

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Pam 24/8/15 17:38

Wish I had one of those to go with my coffee this morning. YUM!

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Shashi Charles 24/8/15 17:53

I love your use of coconut oil in these muffins Angie - they look so delicious - perfect to munch on right now!

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Pam 24/8/15 18:03

Good job Angie! The muffins look delicious and pretty! I need to get some coconut oil and sugar and I'm happy to see stevia in the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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Hema 24/8/15 18:49

Muffins look absolutely gorgeous, I always come to know a new ingredient from you, today it's coconut sugar..

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What's for dessert? 24/8/15 20:22

I'm hungry now, muffins look so delicious!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 24/8/15 20:30

I love blueberry muffins and these are gorgeous. I guess I should try stevia, huh? Wish I had one in front of me right now!

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Sina 24/8/15 21:40

Wow! Your food photography is just stunning, Angie! :-) These look amazing!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 24/8/15 21:46

Two favorite muffin fruits in one, just adore! And I like it best with loads of big bright blueberries once backed just like yours.

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 24/8/15 22:50

I have never tried cooking with spelt flour before, but I do love any kind of dessert with blueberries in it.

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norma chang 25/8/15 00:54

Good healthy breakfast item.

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Katalina Kastravet 25/8/15 01:29

I love your recipes with different type of flours, this one is no exception, pinned!
http://peasandpeonies.com

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Liz Berg 25/8/15 03:39

Oh, boy, banana muffins with plump blueberries sounds like an amazing treat!!! Your muffins look scrumptious, Angie!

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Jasline @ Foodie Baker 25/8/15 13:58

I absolutely love it when blueberries burst in cakes, they looks so irresistible and delicious!

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Harriet Emily 25/8/15 15:33

Blueberry muffins are my favourite! The bananas make such a great addition too. Love how these are made with spelt! Beautiful Angie!

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Honey Bee Sweets 25/8/15 15:37

These look so inviting! Especially those juicy burst berries! Definitely a good idea for breakfast and tea time. :9 Thanks for sharing Angie!

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Chris Scheuer 25/8/15 20:27

Yum! I think blueberries and bananas are a match made in heaven. These are so pretty too Angie! Love that blue checked cloth!

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fimère .b 25/8/15 21:19

superbement délicieux j'adore
bonne soirée

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Tricia Buice 26/8/15 00:50

Angie these are some of the most beautiful muffins I've ever seen. I would love these and savor every bite! Beautiful photos :)

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Nippon Nin 26/8/15 02:50

I just love your photographs! Beautiful! I wish I have banana right this moment since I have everything else to make gorgeous muffins.

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Arpita @ The Gastronomic Bong 26/8/15 09:34

Angie,this muffins look amazing!! They are bursting with all those luscious blueberries. . So so good.. i have never tries spelt flour before.. have to give it a try soon.. and the picturs are so beautiful!!

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Debra Eliotseats 26/8/15 12:59

Those blueberries look amazing.

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Joanne 26/8/15 13:33

Those blueberry bursts look so juicy and fabulous!

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grace 26/8/15 14:31

when i see a creation like this, i can't help but think that nothing bursts as lovely as a blueberry. :)

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Ann Low 26/8/15 16:39

I love blueberry too and I must really buy some spelt flour to try your recipe!

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ZazaCook 26/8/15 16:46

I love your photos! And your muffins are so cute!

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Agness Walewinder 26/8/15 20:58

Believe me or not, but blueberries are definitely one of my favourite fruits in the world. Always juicy and easy to carry around in a small bag. I used to bake a lot of muffins as they are easy to make, but since I turned vegan I've been looking for more yummy recipes and I'll get back to baking soon.

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Rebecca Subbiah 26/8/15 22:39

these look wonderful and loaded with fruit

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Amy (Savory Moments) 26/8/15 23:14

These muffins are totally bursting with blueberries - they look wonderful!

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lisa is cooking 27/8/15 00:25

The bursting blueberries look delicious! What a great way to start the day.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 27/8/15 00:34

I have been using spelt flour a little more recently, after being so inspired from all of your lovely recipes. I love its subtle flavour and these look amazing anything with banana in it and I'm wanting it :D

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Reeni Pisano 27/8/15 02:47

All those beautiful blueberries look delicious Angie! Love them paired with banana! Please pass one my way!

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Nammi 27/8/15 05:05

oh my! my boys love blue berries but we get tiny ones and a small punnet is pretty expensive so they are like special treats for them ... would love some of these muffins for breakfast

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Adina 27/8/15 08:19

I am making these tomorrow. I have so many blueberries and these muffins seem fantastic and sound a bit healthier than normal baked goods. :)

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Katerina 27/8/15 11:04

Fruity muffins are the best! These look absolutely mouthwatering!

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GG 27/8/15 11:44

Wonderful muffins with fabulous images. I love the addition of banana, it must make them deliciously sweet and moist. GG

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 27/8/15 14:24

Angie those blueberries look almost luminous. Fantastic looking Muffins

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Mother Rimmy 27/8/15 15:22

I always have over ripe bananas perfect for these muffins. I love NuNaturals stevia. I'm glad to see you're a stevia fan too!

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Gwen 27/8/15 17:17

I want to pop 2 or 3 of these in my mouth right now! These will be a huge hit at our home ;)

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Alida 27/8/15 17:42

Blueberries look so nice in cakes. I am a lot into spelt these days, I love these muffins! Bravissima ciao!

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Asha Shivakumar 27/8/15 19:09

Angie that's a fantastic looking muffin. Now would be the perfect time to bake them, so perfect for school mornings.
Great ideas as usual. I'm going through your post, have been mia for a bit.Hope you are doing well.
xx

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Wok with Ray 27/8/15 20:56

Those blueberry muffins are very inviting. I wouldn't mind having them anytime of the day. :)

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 27/8/15 23:27

I will take a few of these, and by that I mean at least a dozen. SWOOOON.

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Ann Jones 28/8/15 00:49

Love the picture of the blueberries, great color! I absolutely love muffins and these looks like something I would love with a cup of coffee in the morning :)

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mjskit 28/8/15 04:34

You pictures scream BLUEBERRIES! Love the muffins, but since I'm not a muffin maker, I can see adjusting this for a quick bread recipe.

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Monica 28/8/15 14:16

I've made something like this but it didn't look this good! Thanks for reminding me to make a batch of muffins. Need to get shopping! : )

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 29/8/15 16:19

I truly love muffins and more so with fresh fruit. I need to get my muffin game on this fall :-)

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Sophies Foodie Files 30/8/15 11:16

I made your lovely spelt muffins & they inspired me for the muffins, I just posted!
They were divine! xxx

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Mary Frances 31/8/15 16:21

These blueberry muffins look so fresh and yummy! Perfect dessert for labor day weekend. Thank you for sharing!

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Koko 2/9/15 19:11

These have risen so beautifully and I love how they are just bursting with blueberries. I might have to make these today! I think I could sub a flax egg in with no problem!!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 3/9/15 21:14

I've been saving this post to read when I had time to drool over your pictures. I've scrolled past a couple times, and these muffins just call out to me. They truly look delicious!

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Geraldine Saucier 4/9/15 02:50

Angie, you made some yummy muffins:)

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Rajesh Kumar 26/9/15 11:30

Oh yummy yummy! this looks so good. I love these kind of easy but so full of flavor dishes! Indian food

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The Reader's Tales 5/1/16 20:13

Wow these muffins looks so delicious...love all the ingredients

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