Easy Gluten-free Oatmeal Muffins with Mango & Blueberry | Sugar-free Vegan Recipe

Easy Gluten-free Oatmeal Muffins with Mango & Blueberry | Sugar-free Vegan Recipe

Hi friends,
Today we are making these gluten-free oatmeal muffins that also don’t require any added
refined sugar as they are packed with juicy chunks of fresh mangoes and blueberries. Start by processing 1 cup of the rolled oats
into a flour. Then add the rest of the rolled oats along with all the dry ingredients into
a large mixing bowl. Coconut flakes not only give a rich sweet
nutty aroma to these muffins but also improve their texture. What I miss from being away from my home country
are the mango and coconut trees that grow (till today) in the garden at my parents house.
They are among the vivid memories I have of home. Back in the days, kids would often climb up
these mango trees and enjoy eating their mango while sitting on a branch, with their feet
swaying in the air. They would dig their teeth into the soft skin and peel it off while all
the juices would smear their faces, hands and clothes into a whole mess. Once they had
eaten all the mango, kids being kids, they would through the pit at passers-by and hide
in the trees, as they were being yelled at. Ah, the simplicity and satisfaction of eating
a mango in this way! After peeling and cutting the mango into chunks,
blend them into a puree. But keep about ¼ cup of smaller chunks aside to add them later
in the batter. Using mango puree in the batter also serves
as a natural sweetener. After blending, the puree should come to around
2/3 cup [165 ml]. If not, make it up to 2/3 cup by adding a little water or non-dairy
milk. Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients,
then add in the puree along with the rest of the wet ingredients. You can use melted coconut oil instead of
vegetable oil for a healthier option if you prefer. Now it’s just a matter of mixing all the
ingredients together and then add in the reserved mango chunks
and blueberries. I’ve used frozen blueberries. You can also use frozen mango too. These muffins don’t rise by a lot, so you
can fill them to the top. I get better results when I bake them at 200°C
(400°F) in a preheated oven for the first 15 minutes, then lower the temperature to
180°C (350°F) and bake for another 12 – 15 minutes. Test with a toothpick by inserting
it in the middle. If it comes out clean, the muffins are done.
Remove them from the muffin tin and allow to cool.
These muffins are perfect for a hearty breakfast on a cold wintery morning or as a snack for
any time of the day. You can find a printable version of the recipe,
along with a few notes if you want to substitute the arrowroot starch, on our website, check
the description under the video for the link. If you’ve enjoyed this video, don’t forget
to give it a thumbs up and share it with someone whom you think might like it too.
Until next time, take care.

45 thoughts on “Easy Gluten-free Oatmeal Muffins with Mango & Blueberry | Sugar-free Vegan Recipe

  1. Yum yum!

    Question: would it be possible to omit the oil or sub it for something else? Maybe banana or apple sauce?

  2. These muffins look wonderful! And the recipe is simply made with basic, good-for-you ingredients. Who are these people who say they don't have the time and skills to cook? Thanks for posting : )

  3. I'm from Ireland and I love your videos. Your Barmbrack last year was lovely 🙂 will you be doing another St Patrick's Day video?

  4. your videos make me feel so calm and nice … it's a lovely feeling .. well, bevause you are lovely! and these muffins look divine ;-))

  5. I made these and they were so delicious, my boyfriend loved them as well. I might try to double the batch next time.

  6. hi..I just loved watching this recipe. I would like to know if I can use wheat flour and oatmeal? or can I substitute arrowroot powder with wheat flour?

  7. EXTRAORDINARY…your videos r so peaceful..n your accent is so Mauritian…so simple..thank u so much. blessings from mauritius <33

  8. Hi…tried these muffins…they're so delicious ,yummy & a low calorie one ( oats flour)….Thanks so much…I love your recipes…ur accent is so Mauritian….I'm from Mauritius myself…So eager to try other recipes…Love u

  9. I've recently discovered your channel and I'm absolutely in love with it…I haven't made anything yet but that is going to change soon with these muffins.

  10. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Gluten-Free Oatmeal Muffins – Vegan : A simple gluten-free oatmeal muffin that is easy to make. Packed with mango, blueberries and coconut for natural sweetness, these muffins don't really need any additional refined sugar. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://veganlovlie.com/2016/03/gluten-free-oatmeal-muffins-mango-blueberry-sugar-free-vegan-recipe.html

    These healthy muffins make perfect breakfast muffins on a chilly wintry morning or can be eaten as a healthy snack; they rate low on the glycemic index and can be served as a diabetic dessert.

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  11. These look delicious! I love the sound of your videos ♥ listening to you stir or the sound of the muffin liners is amazing!

  12. Will steel cut oats work for this recipe or any one in which the oats are being processed into a flour?

  13. Wow, not only are you an artist in the way you cook, but you're an artist in the way you tell stories. I always look forward to your videos and I'm always left feeling incredibly inspired in the kitchen and in life. Thank you!

  14. Aww I love your description of the kids in the trees. We used to do that upstate NY with apple trees! We'd sit up there and eat them until we got belly aches! 😀❤️ So excited to try this recipe as I am also coeliac!

  15. I had to give this a try because i love muffins and i've started to implement gf recipes in my cooking. Instead of the mango i used canned pears and instead of arrowroot powder i tried tapioca starch. Also i added grounded chia seeds(soaked in water) and braised apple chunks with raisins. I figured it needed more oats so i added bout 1/3 of a cup to give it a better consistency and i have to say it worked out really good👍
    The muffins are not falling apart while still remaining very moist
    Also i thought cardamom would work quite well with the apples to i added a pinch of it. Thanks for this great recipe. I will definitely make more of these✌🌵🐸

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