Cinnamon Eggy Muffins

Eggy Muffins



1 large banana

2 eggs

1/4 cup of chopped dates or apricots or raisins

1 tbsp cinnamon

1 tbsp hemp seeds

Pinch of salt

Muffin cups or coconut oil to grease muffin tray


  1. Preheat oven to 375F, 190C, gas mark 5
  2. Mash bananas in a bowl until runny and juicy
  3. Add eggs to the bowl along with the other ingredients and mix well
  4. I add 3 tablespoons of mixture per muffin cup, making sure I get a good amount of dried fruit in each cup
  5. Bake for 18-20 minutes. The muffins should bounce like a sponge when you lightly press down on the top

These muffins are super easy to make – I find it’s less mess and a lot easier than preparing scrambled eggs. This mixture will make about 6 muffins – my girls usually have 2 each. I usually make these with Number 2, once I get her out of bed, and pop them in the oven before I get Number 1 out of bed. It takes about 5-7 minutes to prepare and the girls (and Dad) love them!  Double the recipe to make double the amount.  You can also add fresh fruit, however, I find it makes the muffins a little wet.


  1. Bree
    29th May 2015 / 4:47 am

    Everything looks beautiful! Nice presentation, simple methods and tastey, healthy ingredients.

    • ashyboyd
      29th May 2015 / 7:02 am

      Thank you. That’s the aim – quick, easy and healthy!

  2. Lisa-Marie
    6th June 2015 / 8:23 pm

    These look so yummy and easy to make, I might test them out on Jacob tomorrow! Why grind the Chia seeds? Aren’t they already really small?

    • ashyboyd
      8th June 2015 / 8:45 pm

      Hi Lisa Marie,
      Chia seeds are hydrophilic, meaning they absorb water and expand. I use ground chia because I find they absorb liquid more quickly, so when I’m popping them into yogurt or porridge or smoothies I find they don’t require as much liquid and it doesn’t take as long for them to expand. Just my personal preference. Hope Jacob enjoys them!

  3. Andrea
    8th April 2018 / 1:16 pm

    Just curious, the recipe says “hemp seeds” but the comments refer to ground chia. Does the recipe work best with chia or hemp seeds?

    • ashyboyd
      12th April 2018 / 2:22 pm

      Hi Andrea,
      I use both – the ground chia seeds will bind it together a tiny bit more, so if you have a bigger banana and/or larger eggs, you can use those. They’re also a bit more fibrous, so remember to offer a bit more water throughout the day, if you’re going to use ground chia. I really hope you enjoy!! Amanda 🙂

  4. Kate
    10th October 2018 / 4:51 pm

    Do you need flour??

    • ashyboyd
      10th October 2018 / 6:21 pm

      No flour needed! That’s the beauty!! Only bananas and eggs

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