These quick muffins are super easy to make, full of protein and fiber, and have just the right amount of sweetness for everyone to enjoy!
I love Kodiak Cakes and if you haven’t discovered them yet, it’s about time. They are boxed whole wheat, high fiber, and high protein muffin/pancake/waffle mixes. I have tried just about every flavor including pumpkin flax, lemon poppyseed, whole wheat and honey, just to name a few.
This is not a sponsored post, but I am calling out the brand name, Kodiak Cakes, because it’s a simple short cut to making quick breads/muffins, and homemade waffles and pancakes which are nutritious, all while saving time – my two favorite combos!
I typically will just use the recipe on the side of the box, but I had a few overripe bananas that I wanted to use up. So I searched the Kodiak Cakes website for some ideas and came across a recipe that was very similar to the one I posted here. I just added a bit more sweetener (maple syrup) than the original recipe called for.
Since I’m impressed by the nutritional content of a boxed muffin/pancake mix I thought I’d show you the specifics.
I typically focus on whole grains when it comes to bread products, muffins, etc, but when there is extra protein I see it as a nice added bonus.
If you haven’t tried Kodiak Cakes, I definitely suggest you check them out soon!
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