Berrylicious Microwave Minute Muffin Featured

Berrylicious Microwave Minute Muffin

 

Take a little less than a quarter cup of quick oats, 1 egg, a small handful of blueberries, and some brown sugar or Stevia if you like things sweet, and mix it all up in a coffee mug. If you want your muffin a little moist a tablespoon of plain soymilk or almond milk will do it.

Then place in the microwave for 1 min. Watch it carefully! This could overflow!

If the muffin top does not look firm, place back in 30 sec at a time.

Once ready, flip mug upside down onto a plate and slice some fresh strawberries to decorate.

"Berrylicious Microwave Minute Muffin"

Super yummy! I served this to my sister and she was so impressed with my quick healthy cooking skills. Try it! Let me know what ingredients you end up using! There’s a lot of room for creativity.

4214 19
  • Pingback: 34 Healthy Breakfasts for Busy Mornings – Fashion Fame Trends()

  • Pingback: Healthy Breakfasts for Busy Mornings – pitchntone()

  • Pingback: 5 Healthy Breakfast Ideas for College Students - The College Juice()

  • Pingback: Simple Menu for Healthy Breakfast – Wellness for Better Life()

  • Cassey this is an awesome recipe and i try it is delicious omg thanks i love you so much you make me believe that if you can dream it you can do it thanks alot

  • Pingback: 34 Healthy Breakfasts for Busy Mornings - Perfect Your Lifestyle()

  • Pingback: Friendly Feasting: Berrylicious Microwave Minute Muffin - Next Generation Fitness()

  • Katie

    I just made this and it was terrible! I had to throw it in the garbage. I had high hopes as it sounds and looks delicious but it was really awful. Sorry:(

    • Dylan

      Give it another go, Katie. It really is simple and yummy. I am a guy and I managed to accomplish it this morning. My wife said it was really good.
      I first mix abit of manuka honey into 2 tablespoons of low fat milk, add 1 egg white, and half a regular mug of oat. Mix well. Then added half a banana (meshed) and about 12 blueberries. Mix well and even. The whole texture should be sticky and thick by now. As i do not have a microwave oven, and i am not sure if i can put the mug in the oven, i inverted the mug on an oven tray and the whole content sit perfectly well, keeping its mug shape. I only have a simple tabletop oven, preheat it for a couple of minutes before putting the tray in. I set it for about 5mins, but i monitor it closely till it look less moist and firmer, less than 5min overall. Viola!
      It should taste better than your first try as we didnt use the egg yolk and the honey and banana should overpower the eggy taste, with slight citrus from the blueberries.

  • j caldito

    Tried yogurt, instead of egg, turned out very runny. I had the oatmeal, yogurt, banana, nuts, chocolate chips, walnuts, so then, I added the egg to mix (turned Brown since my chips melted and micro again 1 minute since it was runny, and “Wa-la!” It stuck like a muffin. Ok, so this is a quick oatmeal style muffin, not bad. Not a muffin without the egg. Still healthy. I’d give it a ⭐⭐⭐⭐.

  • Great recipe! Never thought of making this. I tried it with mashed banana and another one with cinnamon chips! Super yummy!
    I modified the recipe and have it on my blog (it links back of course)
    http://sparklestyleandiy.blogspot.com/2015/08/fast-easy-breakfast-muffin.html

  • nicole

    i added half a banana and a little manuka honey. IT WAS HEAVENLY! please try it!

  • Krissie

    I just tried this recipe and it is one of the nicest things I have tasted! So so so so so so good! :-)

  • Lucille Scott

    i am disappointed the points value i calculated 7 points for this muffin …BERRY DELICIOUS MICROWAVE MINUTE MUFFIN . THAT IS ALOT.

  • Isobel

    Does anyone know if I can use bananas in this recipes instead of blueberries?xx

    • Ashley

      You can use anything you like. I change it up everyday.
      I like raisins, bananas and craisins. ^___^

  • Pingback: ALTERNATIVES TO TRASH | Healthy bubble!()

  • Pingback: Healthy Microwave Peanut Butter Muffins | blk.()

  • Pingback: Day 4 of the “No Label” Challenge + Becoming Vegetarian? | superfitbabe()

  • Tess

    I eat this all the time, I love it! If you add half of a banana and walnuts it’s heavenly. I’ve also added peanut butter before. tomorrow it’s pumpkin ;)

  • Ritam

    Hey Cassey! Just wondering if we could use something in the place of oats. Since I don’t have oats, would it be alright to use wholemeal flour?

  • Ana

    Cassey this is an awesome recipe and i try it is delicious omg thanks i love you so much you make me believe that if you can dream it you can do it thanks alot

  • Vittoria

    actually, I used to know a similar recipe made with banana-oatmeal-cinnamon and cooked in the microwave for 1.30 mins (not totally sure whether it was from blogilates or not, even though I have some kind of memory of a video in which Cassey was making it….)….when I made it, I stupidly didn’t write down the quantities and can’t find this recipe anywhere anymore….any help, anyone? :)

  • Pingback: evoDerma Official Blog | skin care and hair removal products for the home » Try it out Thursday()