- 4 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chip (mini)
- 3 tablespoons peanut butter
- 2 cups milk
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon sugar
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Donna C. 3 Oct 2018
Not sweet enough doesn’t have to be gooey sweet, but not a fav of the family as recipe reads
Macy Smith 19 Mar 2018
SO GOOD!! Yummy and able to eat cold hot or with milk!! Great morning protein snack or late night dessert.
Debra J. 23 Feb 2018
Ok,followed directions exactly. I would like more peanut butter flavor.
Naa Abeka Mettle 14 Dec 2017
It was ok, I found it a bit dry and the recipe could use more sugar
Andrea B Wagner 6 Nov 2017
They turned out delicious. My entire family loves them. Next time I️ will spray the cupcake paper with nonstick spray so they are easier to peel from the wrapper. Win, win in my house :)
CB M. 4 Nov 2017
Good! Reading some of the comments, I opted to milled half of the oats so I used 2 cup rolled oats and 2 cups oat “flour.” I also used two ripe bananas, smashed, in place of the sugar. The muffins taste a bit salty, which I am guessing was my choice of peanut butter, so next time I’ll eliminate the extra salt. But I’ll definitely make them again!
Amy L. 7 Sep 2017
Super Gross!!! Definitely needs sugar and butter or something.
Mary Wanser 29 Jul 2017
the ratio of oats to milk was wrong. the batter was soup like and tastless. i added more oats but it did not thicken the batter. i added cinnamon and a little extra sugar and still tastrd bland. inorder to thicken the batter i added 1 cup of unbleached flour. i put the muffins in oven. The result was a bland tastless muffin. i do not recommend this recipe.
Dawn Jones 24 Jul 2017
Very good and simple to make I added walnut slivers and dried cranberries along with the chocolate chips
Debbie 23 Jul 2017
Definitely healthy but a little light on flavor. Will make it again but will experiment with cinnamon or something else to make it more appealing to the kids. I'll eat them, but my littles won't.
Wileesha M. 17 Jul 2017
Delicious recipe! I love the fact it is flourless and healthy. I used coconut sugar in place of regular sugar and added some crunchy pb on top after baking. Next I try this recipe I will omit the pb and add vanilla, cinnamon, raisins and walnuts to make oatmeal raisin muffins! Yum!!
Ria B. 6 Apr 2017
Turned out great! Be sure to use whole rolled oats and not quick oats. I added a scoop of vanilla protein powder to make them more of a meal. I add a little crunchy peanut butter on top after toasting them and it's a great breakfast that keeps me full for hours. Next time I may add a banana and some nuts.