Banana Choc Chip Protein Muffins

Don't let your overripe bananas go to waste! Combine them with dark chocolate and our Protein Muffin Mix and make our Banana Choc Chip Protein Muffins. Healthy baking doesn't have to be boring! 🐵 🍌

By Joanne  , , Print

  • Prep 10 MINS
  • Cook 35 MINS
  • Yields 12 muffins


 1 packet of Protein Muffin Mix

 3 whole eggs

 200 ml of milk of choice ( we used unsweetened almond milk)

 300g (3 medium/ large) super ripe bananas

 100g of chopped 90% Lindt dark chocolate


 You may wish to use dark chocolate of choice, however, this will change the macros below.

 Set aside extra chopped chocolate and banana chunks for decoration.

 This recipe would also be great with added walnuts or pecans (approx 100g chopped)


1 Preheat a fan forced oven to 170°C and place 12 cafe-style muffin wrappers in a muffin tray. If using patty cake cases you will need to spray these with oil.

2Prepare the banana by mashing it with a fork and chop up the bar of dark chocolate into ‘choc-chip’ size chunks and set both aside.

3Empty the packet of Protein Muffin Mix and the chopped chocolate into a large bowl

4In a separate bowl, whisk together milk and eggs. Then pour the mashed banana into this mix.

5Combine the egg, milk and banana mixture into the muffin and chocolate mixture and combine well.

6Using a spoon, portion mix into the 12 muffin wrappers. Decorate with a few extra choc chips and banana chunks if desired.

7Place on the top shelf of your preheated oven, and bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown. After baking, remove the tray from oven and place muffins on a cooling rack.

8Muffins must be stored in the fridge (for up to 5 days) or the freezer in sandwich bags (for up to 3 months)

Nutrition Facts

Serving size86g
Energy215 Cal (900 Kj)
Fat, total14g
- Saturated fat5g
Carbohydrate, total9g
- Sugar5g

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