Ok, they may look 'parent sized' but my son has a large appetite so he still ate two. No refined sugar though which can't be bad. Sorry, just for over 1 year olds though as under 1's can't eat honey.
Ooh, I've just realised while I was writing this up, this is dairy free! Purely accidental!
Breakfast Muffins - makes 8
75ml apple juice
1 tbsp oil (chose something flavourless like rapeseed or sunflower)
50g, 1.5oz grated apple (approx half an apple)
1 ripe banana, mashed
1 tbsp honey
1 tsp vanilla extract
100g, 3.5oz self raising flour
30g, 1oz porridge oats plus an extra 1tbsp to sprinkle
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
90g, 3oz sultanas (golden raisins)
Preheat the oven to 160oC, 320F.
Mix the first 7 ingredients together (the wet ingredients). Mix the next 5 ingredients together (the dry ingredients). Mix the two together but don't go mad, you don't want it fully mixed through.
Put into the cups and then sprinkle with the extra oats. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until cooked through and springing back when pressed. If you use proper muffin cases, they may take a little longer.
Leave to cool. No idea how long they last in a tin, it only lasted two days in our house. Do leave them to cool fully before eating though, otherwise they tend to stick a bit to the wrappers. I may try spraying a little spray oil in the cases next time to help them release.
Make it Thrifty:
This is a great way to use bananas which are a little past their best preventing waste. If you cook them at the same time as there are other things in the oven too it will reduce cooking costs.