Looking for some new snacks to have on hand? These healthy muffin recipes are just what you need! These muffins use all your favorite flavors but are packed with wholesome, nourishing ingredients to leave you feeling full and indulged.
Healthy snacks you can feel good about eating! These muffin recipes are the perfect roundup of light, fluffy muffins but with healthier ingredients.
You’ll find classics like peanut butter, banana, and blueberry muffins along with new flavors like lemon, zucchini, and raisin to fall in love with.
These muffin recipes make snacking on busy days a little bit easier. So, scroll through the list and pick out a few new favorites to try!
A guilt-free treat perfect for fall. This muffin recipe gets its natural sweetness from fruit to make a low-calorie snack everyone will love. Use up the apples on your counter when you whip up these muffins. With only 130 calories and lots of fiber, they’re a snack you can enjoy over and over again.
Warmth and sweetness rolled into one. These cinnamon muffins have only 3 Weight Watchers points and 92 calories. They use a gluten-free flour mix to keep them light and have shredded zucchini hidden throughout them. The perfect quick breakfast or on-the-go snack recipe.
The best recipe for days you don’t want to be in the kitchen. These muffins will help satisfy your sweet tooth as well as your craving for pumpkin spice. They’re made with only 3 ingredients and come in at 91 calories making them a great choice to indulge a craving!
Your favorite comforting flavor is wrapped into a healthy snack. These carrot muffins use applesauce and just a hint of brown sugar to give them their sweet flavor and walnuts for an added crunch. They have only 95 calories per muffin but are maxed out on rich, carrot cake flavor.
Amp up your vegetable intake with these healthy muffins! Loaded with carrots and zucchini and bursts of flavor from dried blueberries, these are a must-make muffin recipe for breakfast. Totally paleo and sweetened with bananas makes them super light, moist, and tasty.
Light, fluffy, and loaded with vegetables! These muffins are the best of both worlds when it comes to healthy indulgence. They’re primarily sweetened with applesauce and bananas which also help keep the muffins ultra moist. Only 4 Weight Watchers points make them a light snack to grab and go.
These healthy muffins give all the flavor of sipping on a pina colada but without the calories. Made with coconut, pineapple, and applesauce they’re a tropical muffin that gives you a burst of energy. Low in calories but a wonderful pick-me-up on busy days!
These blueberry muffins make you feel good and give you all the energy you need without the crash. With only eight ingredients they’re easy to make and pair well with a side of eggs or Greek yogurt for a healthy breakfast. Reap the benefits of oatmeal in tasty muffin form.
The best snack for fuel and savory flavor. These meatloaf muffins are high in protein to keep you full and can easily be made keto or whole30 approved with a few tweaks. Stay full throughout the day by having a handful of these mini meatloaf muffins whipped up.
The perfect flavor in muffin form. These healthy muffins use Greek yogurt to keep them light and moist along with giving them a dash of protein. They contain healthy carbohydrates to give you energy and a tasty, fruity flavor that no one can pass up. Perfect for busy days when you need the extra energy.
An apple cinnamon muffin recipe that’s made without refined sugars. These apple muffins are light and indulgent enough to be in a bakery shop but come without the guilt! Made with wholesome ingredients they come together quickly making the perfect snack recipe to have on hand.
A delicious treat that’s actually good for you! These banana muffins help satisfy sweet cravings without killing your goals. They only have 2 Weight Watchers points and are light enough not to slow you down but give you enough energy to keep going. Great for a midday snack.
A quick breakfast or snack that’s delicious and healthy! These blueberry muffins are totally vegan and require zero baking! They use plant-based staples like peanut butter, oats, and chia seeds to hold together and are sweetened with agave syrup. Skip the oven and whip these up instead!
A refreshing burst of flavor! These lemon muffins use only one tablespoon of sugar in the entire recipe (not including the optional topping). They’re super moist and won’t rise too much which makes them almost bite-sized. The perfect way to pick up your day.
Ultra-light these peanut butter muffins are completely flourless! They use vegan protein powder to come together and have a fluffy and lightly sweet taste to them. They’re low in calories and a great way to fuel up throughout the day and indulge in your favorite flavor.
All the benefits of oatmeal without all of the mess! These oatmeal muffins are absolutely delicious and low enough in calories to make the perfect snack. Made with only a handful of ingredients but lots of comforting banana cinnamon flavor they’re a great recipe to add to your meal prep day.
Sweet but not too sweet, these blueberry muffins have only 105 calories! Sweetened with applesauce and a hint of sugar they also use Greek yogurt for a bit of extra protein. They’re a light, moist version of your favorite bakery muffin and they’re perfect to snack on throughout the day when you need an energy burst.
The best breakfast to enjoy on the go! These strawberry muffins are perfect for when you need a fueling breakfast but are sick of eggs. They’re sugar-free and freeze well so that you can make a big batch and enjoy them later too.
A tasty flavor combination that’s full of natural sweetness! These muffins are double chocolate in flavor and have all the rich indulgence of that with a dose of healthy fats. With only 3 Weight Watchers points they’re a healthy snack to have on hand when you need a chocolate hit.. Fast!
Bursting with flavor, these muffins are the perfect thing to pair with a fresh coffee. They use very little sugar but instead, you’ll add in fresh orange juice to add even more refreshing flavor. A great muffin recipe to have on hand for an energy pick-up on long days.
Deliciously tart and sweetened with honey, these lemon muffins add the perfect start to your day! With 8 grams of protein per muffin, they’re an easy way to stay full, fueled, and refreshed while on the go. Naturally dairy and gluten-free, these muffins are perfect for meal prep.
Light and fluffy muffins that are naturally grain-free! These almond flour muffins load you up on healthy fats and fuel while giving you that rich, comforting feel you need from a baked good. With only 2 net grams of carbs, they make the perfect choice for a healthy snack.
Packed with protein these muffins come out light and fluffy every time! Made with Greek yogurt and sweetened with maple syrup they’re a muffin recipe that’s indulgent but also fueling. Enjoy the gooey chocolate chips spread through them and know that you’re still snacking on something good for you.
Rich chocolate flavored mixed in to make for a healthy breakfast. These chocolate muffins are totally gluten-free and filled with mashed bananas to keep them sweet. You can even make them dairy-free! These healthy muffins will be a family favorite in no time.
Littered with gooey chocolate chips and all the fall flavor you can handle. These pumpkin spice muffins are high in protein and flavor. Naturally dairy and gluten-free they bring all the classic indulgence of pumpkin spice flavor in on-the-go healthy, snack form.
25 Healthy and Tasty Muffin Recipes to Try Today
- 1 ½ cups gluten-free all-purpose flour 180 g.
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 2 large eggs
- 1 grated apple Gala, 120 g.
- Stevia to taste equivalent to ¼ cup of honey or maple syrup
- 2 tablespoon coconut oil melted, 30 g.
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 cup grated zucchini excess moisture squeezed out, 120 g.
- Additional cinnamon for sprinkling
- A pinch of salt
- Preheat your oven to 350°F (175°C) and line a muffin tin with paper liners. In a large mixing bowl, combine the gluten-free all-purpose flour, baking powder, ground cinnamon, and salt. Mix well.
- In another bowl, whisk together the eggs, grated apples, stevia, melted coconut oil, and vanilla extract until well combined.
- Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and stir until just combined.
- Gently fold in the grated zucchini.
- Spoon the batter evenly into the muffin cups, filling each about ⅔ full.
- Sprinkle a pinch of ground cinnamon on top of each muffin for extra flavor.
- Bake in the preheated oven for 18-22 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center of a muffin comes out clean.
- Allow the muffins to cool in the pan for a few minutes, then transfer them to a wire rack to cool completely.