Vegan Muffins

Happy Monday friends, I just wanted to share a vegan muffin recipe with you, very simple and good for kids lunch boxes.

This is the base for the muffins, you can add whatever you like to it in the end.
I made normal sized muffins but you can also make mini ones as well and freeze them when they have cooled by wrapping in plastic.

Vegan Muffins
Recipe type: Muffins
Serves: 24
  • 3 cups self-raising flour
  • 1½ cups brown sugar
  • 1½ cups soy milk
  • ¼ cup vegetable oil
  • 3-4 ripe bananas
  1. preheat oven to 180 C, oil spray muffins tins
  2. mash bananas and add to soy milk in a small saucepan over a low heat and allow to heat slightly for a few minutes, set aside
  3. add vegetable oil to milk mixture
  4. put flour and sugar in a large bowl and mix together
  5. add milk mixture to dry mixture and mix by hand just until combined, if the mixture is too dry add a little bit more soy milk. the mixture should not be dry or too wet, just thick enough to hold it's shape
  6. now you can add anything you like to flavour your muffins
  7. sultanas, nuts, frozen berries, only mix until everything is mixed through, do not over mix as muffins will end up tough
  8. bake for about 25 minutes until slightly golden and firm to the touch
  9. Enjoy!

This lovely plate was from the tip shop again, yeah, someone really wanted to throw it away and I saved it to enjoy a life of cupcakes and sweets.

Grab a muffin and pop round to Sophie’s, there’s a lovely something in her finds this week.
And if you grab a cuppa as well, pop on over to a lovely friend here and say hi.

Have a happy week and happy birthday to a lovely sweet friend today.

  • Yummo, nice and easy to make too, my sort of baking. ( how do they go without egg?)
    The plate is gorgeous, I can't believe you found it at the tip shop.
    PS. I've been sharing those delicious biscuits with mum and dad, and they have been loving them. Are they the same recipe for gingerbread you have on your blog? Mum wants to make some.xo

  • They look lovely…so must try them…hugs to you for a wonderful week. xoxo

  • ooh they look delicious!

  • Anonymous

    Thanks so much Cath!
    Michelle Bxxxx

  • I think I can gain weight by just looking at your lovely muffin…^-^

  • Sounds delicious. Your plate is so pretty! Enjoy the season, Cathie! Autumn for you, love the changing of the leaves…. in the Netherlands we are celebrating Spring, love the Spring flowers and blossoms! Have a wonderful week. xo

  • I will add this to my recipe repertoire. I have a few students that are vegetarian, and am always trying to keep up with offering them yummy ideas. Thank you… beautiful photos.

  • Oh yummy muffins on a yummy plate! How fabulous! Thanks so much for playing along.
    Sophie x