Paleo Sugar Free Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Muffins

Paleo Sugar Free Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Muffins

So Convenient 
Slow cooked oatmeal is so good, but it really is only good for a few hours after it is cooked. If you love oatmeal and you love apple pie, you must try this delicious recipe….Crock Pot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats.

These sugar free, fat free muffins are an easy and delicious way to pre-cook your breakfast. They were still good three days later. Great for people who have to rush off to work or school in the morning or who just don’t have time to cook a homemade nutritious breakfast.  We love to eat them as a dessert with a splash of cream or yoghurt and fruit. Here are my Vegan Chia Oatmeal Breakfast Scone With Strawberries.

Make Them in Advance
Make the night before and serve with greek yoghurt and honey and organic strawberries. Double the recipe and keep in an airtight container in the fridge. You can also add nuts if you have them on hand.

Not Really Paleo
I know that technically this is not strictly paleo, but sugar free, gluten free and dairy free is healthy and really close to the ideal. If you are really strict, this recipe will be an abomination to you.  I like to make my own rules. If you want to make your own rules, go ahead and don’t let anyone judge you if you want to do things your way. I am right behind you.

Paleo Sugar Free Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Muffins
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Approx 60 Calories per muffin
Serves: 24
  • 3  Bananas - Mashed
  • 1 Cup Milk (almond, rice, cow, coconut)
  • 2 Free Range Eggs
  • 1 Tbsp Baking Powder
  • 3 Cups Gluten Free Rolled Oats
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • ¼ Cup Berries (anything you like, I used frozen mixed)
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Mix ingredients in a bowl and mix.
  3. Spoon into muffin cups and bake at 375F until firm for 20-25 minutes.
  4. Cool n a rack. Best eaten warm and fresh.


Monica - May 26, 2014

For many of my readers, the idea of paleo, is to eat as unprocessed as possible and not eat wheat and sugar. Two of the biggest poisons we can consume.

It may not be hard core paleo, but this recipe helps people get as close to that ideal, as they can. It may not be perfect, but it’s better than a diet full of processed foods. We all have different levels of commitment to our diet.

Not everyone eats meat there are many vegetarian paleo diet lovers.

I try not to judge others for their choices. I encourage everyone to eat sugar free and wheat free and if they are not strictly paleo, I simply encourage them to be as close as they can to a natural diet.

anne - March 5, 2015

what could i use instead of bananas? applesauce? i’m not into paleo, so could use anything….excited to experiment! thanks!

    Monica the Cavewoman - March 5, 2015

    I think apple sauce would work a treat in these little muffins. I would love to hear how they work out for you. Hope to see you again on Cavewoman.

dawn - June 22, 2015

Hello, Monica! These muffins were really good! I used dried fruits (cranberries, golden raisins, and currants) because that’s what was in the cupboard. I’ll definitely make them again; have you ever added cinnamon? I’ll try that when blueberries are in season. Thanks!

    Monica the Cavewoman - June 23, 2015

    I am so glad these worked for you. I love your idea, I like to add cinnamon to as much as I can. It is very beneficial in many ways, but it also helps to reduce the impact on blood sugar levels. Here is a link to a great article on the health benefits. Hope to see you back on Cavewoman.

Vittoria - August 4, 2015

These are awesome! I made them because they seemed perfect for my one-year old daughter – and we all ended up loving them! We generally eat paleo, but I do let her have white rice and oats. Honestly, both of those grains have been eaten by generations of people – including some of the longest living cultures – and she seems to be tolerating them just fine. I used coconut milk and chopped dates instead of berries. What a great recipe – you can easily see how adaptable it is and I feel great serving it to my family. I agree with the commenter above – I think cinnamon would be a great addition too. Thank you for sharing such an easy, delicious recipe!

    Monica the Cavewoman - August 5, 2015

    Thank you so much Vittoria. I totally agree about the grains also. Firstly, I think that paleo is the perfect diet for us all, but I have no problem with whole, natural grains like rice and oats. Wheat has been altered to the point where most of us can’t tolerate it. Secondly, we make our own rules and don’t judge anyone for making theirs. You go girl and eat what you think is right. Thank you for such a thoughtful comment. I hope we see you again on Going Cavewoman.

Victoria Congram - September 11, 2016

Hi! These looks really good, and as a college girl, anything grab ‘n go is appreciated in the morning! How long do you think these will keep in the fridge? Thanks!

    Monica the Cavewoman - September 12, 2016

    They will keep as long s anything else. A week maybe in a sealed container. But I don’t like to eat food that has been made for a while. I like to freeze them and take them out the night before. Thanks Victoria.

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