Banana Walnuts Oats Muffins With Philips Airfryer

Introduction: Banana Walnuts Oats Muffins With Philips Airfryer

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This is a very healthy high fiber muffin which can serve as a tea time snack or dessert recipe. It is so simple that even kids can make these and will feel really happy to bake muffins. Try decorating these muffins with candies or any other kids stuff.

Step 1: Recipe


Refined flour (Maida)- 4 tablespoon

Walnuts – 1 tsp chopped (can increase the quantity)

Oats – ¼ cup

Banana – ¼ cup mashed

Unsalted butter/ Ghee – ¼ cup

Powdered Sugar – ¼ cup

Baking powder – ½ tsp

Milk – 1 tsp (optional)


1. Mix butter and sugar together and add mashed banana and walnuts. Mix well.

2. In separate bowl, mix refined flour, oats and backing powder. Add these dry ingredients in the above mixture and cut and fold the mixture 3-4 times.

3. Add little milk if the batter seems to be very very thick. But in general this batter will be thick.

4. Grease muffin mould and put the muffin batter in each mould. Some walnuts can be put on top of each mould as well. Bake these muffins in preheated airfryer at 160 degrees for 10 min. Once baked, keep muffins in standby time for another 10 min. Take out all the muffin mould and allow to cool down for 10 min. Once cooled, de-mould all the muffins and serve.

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    What is an airfryer??? can you bake these in an oven??

    Healthy Kadai
    Healthy Kadai

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Airfryer is a revolutionary kitchen appliance which does frying without oil and baking as well. Yes ofcourse, you can make these muffins in oven.


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Now this sounds like a healthy recipe! I am going to try it as I am always looking for new recipes. Instead of refined flour, you could also replace with whole wheat pastry flour which should be available at health food stores, by the pound. Thank you for your input! Appreciate it!


    6 years ago

    sounds really good! would you mind adding the grams to the cups? in Europe, we don't use not have a cup-scale... how many ml is a cup for you? there seem to be multiple different sizes of "cup" in recipes...