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Have you got over ripe bananas just staring at you?

That’s how this recipe was born I had 3 lonely over ripe Eco Bananas just hanging there on the fruit stand. Plus a real craving for something sweet and yummy.

This recipe was the result!

There are no added sugars in this recipe, not even honey or maple syrup.

The overripe bananas and stevia sweetened chocolate chips provide all the sweetness you need. Cinnamon and nutmeg add a nice spice flavor and who doesn’t love chocolate?!

This recipe is grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free {if using dairy-free chocolate chips such as Lily’s} and also paleo-friendly.

banana chocolate chip muffins no sugar, dairy or grains in the oven

These Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins definitely cured my sweet craving and are perfect for adding to lunch boxes or freezing in individual portions for later.

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

These banana chocolate chip muffins are perfect as a snack or treat on The Fast 800 diet plan. They have less than 100 calories each when you make 12 muffins from the batter. You could even make them in a mini muffin tin and halve the nutrition counts.

banana chocolate chip muffins with no sugar, dairy or grains
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If you haven’t got the chocolate chips on hand you could always substitute with other add ins like chopped berries, nuts or dried fruits.

The great thing about this recipe is it is super quick and you can be eating them in 30 minutes! They would make a great lunch box addition as well for the small people in your life.

Nutritional Benefits of Bananas

Bananas are an excellent source of B6, are also a good source of vitamin C, an are a good source of Manganese and Potassium.

Banana is loaded with fiber, both soluble and insoluble. The soluble fiber has the tendency to slow down digestion and keep you feeling full for a longer time.

Benefits of Coconut Flour

Coconut flour offers an alternative to wheat or other gluten-containing flours.

It contains no gluten, making it an option for people with certain conditions, such as celiac disease, wheat allergy, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

Gluten is a group of proteins found in grains, including wheat, barley, and rye, and is difficult to break down during digestion. In some cases, gluten may trigger an immune response.

The high fiber content of coconut flour may also benefit your digestion.

Most of its fiber is insoluble, which adds bulk to stools and helps move food smoothly through your gut, reducing the likelihood of constipation (1).

Additionally, coconut flour boasts small amounts of soluble and other fermentable fibers, which feed the beneficial bacteria in your gut.

Tammy

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