Healthier ways of eating are becoming more and more popular, and one way is by adding diabetic oatmeal muffins into your diet. Healthy snacks such as this one may not sound so enticing, but we assure you that this recipe is packed with flavor and texture. It’s made with healthy and tasty ingredients such as whole wheat flour, plant-based milk, raisins, apples, and spices.
Diabetic muffin recipes are not just for diabetics! They’re for anyone who wants to cut down on sugar but still wants to enjoy delicious treats. Ours is perfectly flavorful, being sweet from the fructose in apples and tangy from the raisins. The oats give added texture and crunch as well. Oatmeal muffins will be your next go-to dessert, allowing you to enjoy a sweet and tasty dessert without the guilt. Read on to discover how we make this sugar-free treat.
How To Make Diabetic-Friendly Apple Oatmeal Muffins
Forget the usual vanilla cupcake recipes and go for these healthy diabetic oatmeal muffins instead! Made with no additional fat and filled with health benefits and fruity flavors, you’ll not regret making this muffin recipe for diabetics.
- Preheat the oven to 360 degrees F and grease your muffin tray with cooking spray.
- In a mixing bowl, add your oats, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt. Stir to combine and set aside.
- In a separate bowl, add your plant-based milk, oil, honey, and vanilla extract. Whisk to combine.
- Fold your dry ingredients into your wet ingredients until evenly incorporated.
- Lastly, fold in your raisins and apple until evenly incorporated.
- Fill up your muffin tray with the oat mixture and press it down tightly.
- Bake for roughly 20 minutes or until a cake tester comes out clean.
- Let these cool completely at room temperature before removing them from the muffin tray. Serve immediately either at room temperature or warm.
- Sugar: 4g
- Calcium: 99mg
- Calories: 134kcal
- Carbohydrates: 19g
- Fat: 5g
- Fiber: 3g
- Iron: 1mg
- Monounsaturated Fat: 3g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g
- Potassium: 112mg
- Protein: 3g
- Saturated Fat: 1g
- Sodium: 166mg
- Vitamin A: 83IU
- Vitamin C: 3mg
Frequently Asked Questions
Can diabetics eat muffins?
Muffins are usually made with less fat (butter or oil) or none at all, like this diabetic oatmeal muffin. They are good for diabetics as long as the recipe uses unprocessed ingredients such as whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose, and no sugar. The fruits in this recipe and a bit of Splenda will sweeten the muffins, making it a good diabetic-friendly recipe. You can also try making these banana oat muffins and simply omit the sugar to make a similar dessert.
How do you make muffins rise and fluffy?
Baking powder or baking soda will help muffins rise and make them fluffy. Although, you have to be careful and accurately measure either ingredient using a measuring spoon. Too much baking soda or baking powder will cause your muffins to collapse or turn out too hard.
ConclusionSweet, fruity flavors combined with warm, nutty notes make these diabetic oatmeal muffins a favorite, not just for diabetics. Tasty with less calories, who wouldn’t want to devour these treats up?
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