Whether you are a Vegan or not, these healthy Vegan muffin recipes are sure to satisfy! Plus, they’ll keep you full all the way to your next meal. You will find the greatest egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free treats that include ingredients like chocolate, blueberry, oatmeal, banana, pumpkin, apples and so on!
Usually basic muffin recipes are more like cupcakes without the frosting. They are full of sugar, dairy, and all kinds of unhealthy extras. But these vegan muffins almost all fall on the “healthy” side of the list.
And just because they’re “healthy” doesn’t mean they aren’t incredible. We got the classic ones with chocolate and blueberries, but also others with pumpkin, banana, strawberry, cranberry and sooo many more flavors. Ever try a cinnamon roll muffin?
Start your day with these mouth-watering vegan muffins. Sweet or savory, muffins are such a great and easy treat for all kind of occasions: breakfasts, birthday parties, school lunches, brunch, snacking in between meals or even for a light dinner. And you don’t need milk or eggs to enjoy these little bites of delicious and healthy vegan muffins.
32 Healthy Vegan Muffin Recipes To Fall In Love With
These Lemon Blueberry Muffins combine the juicy sweetness of blueberries with tangy notes of fresh lemon zest. They have a tender crumb with a lemon-sugar crusted topping and they are done in no time!
If you love fresh berries and lemony flavors, then you absolutely have to make a batch of these Lemon Blueberry Muffins. They are guaranteed to please your taste buds and brighten your day!
Especially, when they are right out of the oven with a pat of vegan butter on top! Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe.
If you’re a Chocolate Lover, you are going to love, love, love this Chocolate Coconut Streusel Muffin. This muffin has layers and layers of chocolate goodness, that will have you licking your fingers. Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious.
The batter is filled with cacao powder, shaved chocolate, chocolate chunks and coconut flakes. Streusel topping has vegan butter, coconut sugar, flour and coconut chips.
The glaze is made with coconut cream, maple syrup, and cacao powder. When the glaze is absorbed into the muffin it becomes crazy, over-the-top delicious.
Try these easy vegan peanut butter banana muffins for a healthy snack or addition to your breakfast or brunch. Perfect with a cup of coffee or tea!
They are fluffy and made with less sugar and saturated fat than most muffins, Plus without any dairy or eggs, of course. I hope you enjoy this homemade treat! Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
These Vegan Bakery Style Cinnamon Streusel Muffins are a beautiful memory to the ones we ate growing up, but don’t have all of that butter or oil.
These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with. These are dairy-free, oil-free and made with whole grain spelt flour and almond flour.
These babies are SUPER moist and buttery. Well, my “butter” idea is using almond flour. It has the fat needed to give that buttery taste and it crisps up with the brown sugar beautifully in the oven.
These vegan muffins are soft, perfectly moist, and flavored with a hint of lemon. Beyond that, they are wildly versatile. Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe.
Take a look through the comment section of this recipe and you’ll learn how to make these muffins gluten-free, without refined sugar, soy-free, and so many other ways!
I love this recipe and I think you will too! These vegan muffins are moist, rich, and bursting with blueberries and lemon zest in every bite. They are the perfect morning pastry or a midday snack.
Today I’m sharing a revamped version of Chocolate Chip Vegan Muffin Recipe! These muffins are made with simple ingredients and come together in ONE big bowl.
Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious. While I love chocolate chips mixed into my muffins, you can easily replace the chocolate with blueberries, nuts, or whatever else your heart desires!
As I mentioned, these muffins make for AMAZING leftovers. So, you might be wondering the best way to store them. If you’re planning to eat them all within 48 hours then you can store them in an air tight container on the counter.
These vegan applesauce muffins are light and tender, and perfectly spiced for fall! No eggs or dairy in this easy recipe, and the result is fantastic.
Kids love these for an easy breakfast or an after school snack. Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
These muffins are very easy to make, and they have the perfect light and fluffy texture. They’re perfectly spiced with cinnamon, and go so well with a cup of tea or a glass of non-dairy milk.
These Apple Oatmeal Muffins are naturally vegan and absolutely full of apple flavor from sautéed apples, apple cider, and applesauce! These healthier muffins are sure to be a breakfast favorite.
Fluffy, soft, flavorful: these Apple Oatmeal Muffins are truly so fantastic. Their perfection is in their simplicity.
I mean it when I say these muffins are super addicting, flavorful, and delicious. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
Let me tell you, coming up with this recipe took a lot of trial and error, but the results are definitely worth it. Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. The muffins are moist, fluffy, and soft, with a rich chocolate flavor thanks to cocoa powder and chocolate chips.
You can add chopped walnuts instead of the chocolate chips, or do half-and-half if you just want to add a bit of crunchy texture and nutty flavor to the original recipe, but I usually stick with the chocolate chips. You can never go wrong with chocolate, right?
These vegan pumpkin muffins are studded with mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. Plus, they’re packed with five different warming spices, which makes then extra flavorful!
No butter? No eggs? No problem. Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious.
Vegan never tasted so good, and you’d never know it by how rich these pumpkin chocolate chip muffins taste.
If you want to make a vegan baked good taste just as good as its buttery counterparts, I recommend using bananas, avocado, or pumpkin to the batter.
They all add moisture, richness, some heft and density. Sometimes even I am amazed at the results of vegan baking when I use one of those ingredients.
These sweetly spiced vegan pumpkin muffins are no exception. The batter comes together with a whisk in minutes.
Nutty Mint Chocolate Muffins! Bursting with rich dark cocoa, mint flavor and crunchy hazelnuts, these vegan muffins make mouthwatering mini desserts.
A healthy way to satisfy a sweet tooth! Gluten Free + Vegan + Low Calorie! Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
Pretty sure you’re not gonna complain about getting these Mint Chocolate Muffins, a mouthwatering dessert-like muffin in your face today.
These decadent gems are packed with whole grains, no refined oil or sugar, mint-y fresh flavors and crunchy hazelnuts. So many good tastes and flavors going on here I can hardly handle it.
Mint is amazing for those with digestive issues. It soothes the stomach, promotes healthy digestion, alleviates headaches, clears respiratory congestion and all around relaxing.
Don’t let your eyes fool you; these cute little things are far from the blueberry muffins you find at the corner coffee shop, with loads of white sugar.
These muffins are oil-free, refined sugar free and pack in all the goodies like hemp seeds, flax seeds, rolled oats and applesauce instead of oil, with mashed nanners and blueberries as the main stars!
These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with. Blueberries and bananas do make the best combo for morning goodies.
Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. These are packed with nourishing, wholesome love!
These apple and granola breakfast muffins will guarantee a delicious start of the day! Packed with juicy raisins and sweet dates, as well as tart apples and some crunchy granola.
They have soft, fluffy and moist crumb, and will make a delicious addition to your breakfast, but could also be enjoyed as a healthy snack, on their own.
Best part of this recipe is that it is super quick and incredibly easy to make. There is no fancy equipment, and all the mixing is done by hand, in one bowl.
As they are largely sweetened with dates, these muffins are much healthier and lower in sugar than many other options out there. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
Muffin tin, loaf pan, cake pan: Whatever route you choose this 1-bowl, vegan, gluten-free recipe is going to blow you away! I literally couldn’t stop eating these (always a good sign).
The recipe starts with some of nature’s best sweeteners: Banana, apple and carrot. Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious.
You can either use applesauce or grated sweet apple (a tip I got from a friend). I’ve tried both and they work well. Plus, it replaces some of the oil to provide plenty of moisture.
Top these muffins with crushed walnuts for an extra kick of healthy fats, protein and Omega 3 fatty acids.
These vegan blueberry banana muffins are tender, light, fluffy, and bursting with juicy blueberries yet 100% egg and dairy-free. Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
They come together with just one bowl, 7 ingredients, and can be made with regular or whole wheat flour – perfect for breakfast, a snack, or dessert!
With the combination of banana puree, oil, and an abundance of bursting blueberries, these easy vegan blueberry muffins are super moist and fluffy.
Plus, with tons of ways to adapt the recipe, you may struggle to eat just one!
These here muffins aren’t just any oatmeal muffins; they’re packed with fresh lemon juice, orange zest, dried cranberries and almonds.
I got the idea for this moist little cuties last week when I was out walking the streets of Manhattan and I stumbled upon an orange scone. Not the color orange but one made with orange juice and zest.
We’re starting the day of with these oatmeal orange cranberry muffins and they are gunna blow your mind. A crunchy golden crust and a moist, sweetened inside – these guys are much better than the muffins at the store.
Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. They’re incredibly easy to make, too.
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Vegan Cranberry Orange Muffins that are gluten-free, oil-free and made with whole grain oat flour and potato starch for the most delicious breakfast muffins.
Topped with a delicious sweet and citrus orange glaze to complete them. A dark chocolate version is amazing as well!
You are going to love these Vegan Cranberry Orange Muffins infused with lots of freshly squeezed orange juice. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
I wanted these to be as allergy-free as possible, so they are both low-fat and nut-free. Additionally, I wanted them really soft.
I decided to go back to what I originally refer to as my “magic flour” which is a combo of oat flour and potato starch. It yields a soft, yet hearty and fluffy texture.
Wake up to something special. These vegan strawberry muffins are perfectly tender and moist for a fresh and seasonal breakfast pastry or daytime snack.
Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious. A hint of lemon takes these muffins to the next level.
I love this recipe and I think you will too! These vegan muffins are moist, rich, and bursting with strawberries and lemon zest in every bite. They are the perfect morning pastry or a midday snack.
Espresso Chocolate Chip Breakfast Muffins have deep rich flavors. They are super easy to make and great as a snack too. You deserve the extra oomph for vegan breakfast muffins with chocolate goodness.
Are you thinking that these are called Espresso Chocolate Chip Breakfast muffins because they go good with coffee? Well, that is definitely true but it is really because there is a little bit of espresso in the muffins.
It’s an instant coffee powder espresso but you don’t taste any of the coffee. Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins. It just makes the muffin flavors extra rich – with all of the other ingredients it’s like dark double chocolate.
These sweet little Old Fashioned Cake Doughnut Mini Muffins will become a lunch box and snack time favorite. Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. These treats come together in less than 30-minutes!
I added my own unique spin by making my doughnut muffins gluten-free, changing the ingredient ratios to make it work as a gluten-free recipe, and adding nutmeg. I always use freshly grated nutmeg in all my recipes, freshly grated give the BEST nutmeg flavor.
Chocolate and banana are such a great combination, and these vegan chunky monkey chocolate banana muffins are filled with delicious chocolate and chunks of banana!
They’re easy to make and are perfect for breakfast or an afternoon treat. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
The combination of chocolate and banana is so delicious. The slightly bitter cocoa and sweet banana is a flavor marriage made in heaven.
When you put those two together in a tender muffin, well, in our minds, there’s nothing better. Adults love these, kids love these, and they’re great for breakfast, snacks, even dessert.
These sweet potato muffins are moist, fluffy, and secretly healthy! Made in just one bowl, these muffins have no flour, oil, or eggs in them.
Ever used sweet potatoes in baked goods? If not, you are missing out. It’s like using pumpkin but has a more pronounced flavor. Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious.
What we love about this sweet potato muffin recipe is just how versatile they are. You can enjoy a couple as a healthy breakfast or add some healthy frosting on top for a guilt-free dessert.
The inspiration behind this recipe was derived from a few things. First was the new mini muffin tin I’d just purchased. I’d been wanting one for years, and finally spotted a deal I couldn’t pass up.
Second was the desire to create something wholesome, yet gift-worthy for Mother’s Day. Basically I wanted the perfect little breakfast or afternoon treat for her to savor with tea or coffee. Exchange her sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
Third was the package of So Delicious French Vanilla Creamer that I’d just picked up. This truly dairy-free creamer has a wonderful sweetness and rich texture.
I felt could easily double for both the liquid and the sweetener in a muffin, perhaps even reducing the oil requirement. It did not only that, but also provided the “latte” inspiration for the muffin flavor.
Flourless vegan banana muffins that are so light, tender, and loaded with flavor, you’d never know they were made without flour, oil, eggs, or refined sugar.
Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. Made with wholesome gluten-free and plant-based ingredients, these muffins make a delicious breakfast or snack!
This recipe is for a batch of banana muffins which, along with banana breads, are probably one of my favorite baked goods to eat. There’s just something about that fluffy texture and subtle banana flavor that makes me weak in the knees.
And because this particular batch right here is vegan. Finally! I’ve been on/off experimenting with vegan flourless muffins for a few months now, but never had a batch that I was super happy with. That is, until this batch of flourless vegan banana muffins.
These Vegan Gluten-Free Peach Muffins use fresh peaches and almond flour and oat flour. A healthier muffin recipe, icing optional!
Peaches are the summertime fruit worth the wait. It’s time for peach crumble, peach tart, and peach hand pies. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
For this healthy muffin recipe, almond and oat flours combine for some whole grain goodness and a perfect crumb.
These Raspberry Jam Swirled Almond Butter Muffins are perfect for breakfast, brunch or an afternoon snack. 100% whole wheat, vegan and absolutely delicious, it’s hard to only eat one!
It’s been a while since I made muffins, probably because when I do make them I have a hard time leaving them alone, sort of like cookies.
Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious. When I do make them it’s usually up to me to eat them all.
I always have to have one fresh from the oven, and when I say one it’s really more like three. The rest are cooled then individually wrapped and stored in the freezer for when I need a quick breakfast or snack.
I love to transform my favorite recipes into something new. Often, it’s not too far of a stretch to take a solid recipe base and create something different and fresh. Exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
Maybe I’m a baking nerd, but I just love the process of calculating measurements, swapping new ingredients for others, figuring out new baking times, and streamlining the method.
My goal with recipe writing is to provide as many pertinent details as I can so you feel like I’m in the kitchen with you, but I also try to simplify and condense, too.
So, what better way to use up some leftover fruit than to throw it in some baking! If you love peaches, you’ll love this recipe – these muffins are seriously so bomb.
I find the combination of peach and ginger to be so refreshing and the perfect balance of sweet with a little bit of spice.
Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe. I first came across the flavor pairing in a herbal tea and have been hooked ever since.
When I decided I wanted to do peach muffins, I knew ginger was definitely going to be a part of it. I used crystallized ginger and ginger powder to add a tiny ginger zing without it being overwhelming.
The cinnamon crumb topping perfectly ties the peach and ginger together and takes them over the edge! Seriously guys, they are so good.
These Vegan Carrot Cake Muffins are a delicious grab-and-go breakfast or snack! Plus they’re gluten free and fiber-packed thanks to oat flour.
Another classic Emilie Eats recipe upgraded with better photos! These carrot cake muffins have been a reader favorite. These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with.
What I love about these vegan carrot cake muffins is how fast and easy it is to whip them up. These carrot cake muffins come together with very basic pantry staples like oats, flax, applesauce, and oil.
Plus, we’re using oat flour which not only packs in a bit more plant-based protein and fiber, but it also means that these are gluten free carrot cake muffins!
Make muffins in a blender, with no bowl at all. The original version got a great response. Now I present Vegan Double Chocolate Hazelnut Blender Muffins. Vegan Muffin recipes do not need butter or eggs to be delicious.
The awesome thing about this recipe is that it is almost exactly the same as the original version, only a couple of ingredients have changed. Here’s what you’ll need to make these healthy treats.
In this recipe, we’re going with roasted hazelnuts, because chocolate and hazelnuts are MFEO. Made for each other. Roasting the hazelnuts bumps up the flavor in a far out way, so you will want do that.
These cinnamon roll muffins are moist, fluffy, and have a gorgeous glaze on top! No eggs needed, they make a delicious dessert recipe that come together in no time! So you can exchange your sugary muffins with healthy Vegan Muffins.
This cinnamon roll muffin recipe is the perfect baked good to satisfy ALL your dessert cravings. Try this egg-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Vegan Muffin Recipe.
The muffins are moist and fluffy, and there is a cinnamon swirl throughout and drizzled with a glaze. It’s sweet, cinnamon-y, and straight up delicious.
These vegan toffee apple muffins are so delicious, they have a sponge centre with chunks of soft apple then a crumble topping. They are refined sugar free because I recently decided to cut out sugar.
Obviously it’s still nice to have cake though! I had one of these toffee apple muffins warm with oat cream when they had just come out of the oven and it was really good.
These are Vegan Muffins that everyone can fall in love with. They would also be good with custard, or just cold with a cup of tea.
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