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Kodiak Cakes Muffins Recipe

May 4, 2020   13 Comments

This Kodiak Cakes muffins recipe is a Weight Watcher’s hit - but it should be an" everyone" hit because it is a great recipe.

Kodiak Cakes Muffins Recipe

The concept is simple. Use Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes buttermilk pancake mix to make muffins with bananas and eggs. No sugar is added except for the bananas.

WW members love them because they can eat a muffin for one or two points depending on their plan. I love them because they are 100% whole wheat and low in sugar.

If you haven’t met Kodiak Cakes - let me introduce you.

This is a rare pancake mix that is 100% whole grain and only has 3 grams of sugar for three pancakes. This is the type of pancake mix that I can wholeheartedly endorse.

The key is finding it. Here is the Kodiak Cakes store locator. My spots for this mix are Target and Costco.

If you want to make pancakes (instead of muffins), all you have to do is add water which makes these great for camping.

I have been using ripe bananas as a sweetener for years. Check out my easy healthy banana bread recipe and chocolate banana protein pancakes.

Only one bowl is required and these bake much faster than banana bread.

DO use muffin liners. Due to the fact that these have very little fat, they will stick to your muffin tin and you might end up cursing at me.

I do my best to give clear instructions that will not ruin muffin tins.

These have a strong flavor of egg and bananas - which works. I would eat two of these for breakfast and feel satisfied.

You can dress them up with raisins, chocolate chips, nuts - whatever you like to toss into muffins (grated carrots, coconut….). Try not adding sugar.

Have you made Kodiak Cakes Muffins? What did you think? Have you tried the mix?

Kodiak Cakes Muffins Recipe

4.4 from 9 reviews

Makes 12 muffins
Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 17 min

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Ingredients

4 mashed ripe bananas
4 eggs
1 cup Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Buttermilk pancake mix
1/2 cup rolled oats
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Instructions

Heat oven to 350 F and line a muffin tin with foil liners. Mix bananas and eggs in a large bowl. Mix in Kodiak Cakes mix, baking powder, cinnamon, and rolled oats. Bake for 15-17 minutes. Cool and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts

For one muffin = 121 calories, 1.3 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 25 g carbohydrates, 6 g sugar, 5.5 g protein, 3.6 g fiber, 133 mg sodium, 1 Purple, 1 Blue, 2 Green SmartPt

Points values are calculated by Snack Girl and are provided for information only. See all Snack Girl Recipes

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13 Comments:

Wonders curiosly what the Aussie version of this would be. I checked out that site. They dont ship here.

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★★ on May 5, 2020

These muffins look great. Totally going to make these. Thanks for the tip about liners. I just bought a box of Kodiak at Costco and have seen the smaller boxes at various supermarkets. The pancakes are fantastic and you can up the protein, if you like, by using milk and egg instead of just water. All the info and directions are on the box. I've tried them all three ways and they are the best. Looking forward to trying these muffins.Thanks!

on May 5, 2020

22 points total on green would mean 2 sp for 1 muffin.

★★★★★ on May 5, 2020

@Mallomar - you are correct! I am sorry that I made that mistake. I have fixed it in the above post. 2 points on Green, 1 point on Blue and Purple.

It is because of the eggs not being zero. THANKS!

on May 5, 2020

So glad I saw this post! I have been buying the Kodiak Cakes for a couple of years now. First discovered them at my local Costco. My family absolutely loves them, but I've never tried making anything else with the mix besides the pancakes. I've been intrigued with the other recipes that are on the back of the box, but never tried any of them. Luckily, we were able to snag two big boxes at Costco right before the pandemic hit hard. We are such a fan that we also buy the frozen Kodiak pancakes and waffles as well. My kids love them. They are quite a bit more expensive than the standard Eggo brand, but are more nutritious. Every one in a great while my local Publix will do a BOGO and that's when I'll stock up. I've been doing a lot of baking lately (hasn't everybody??!!) so I'm looking forward to trying this muffin recipe. Thanks so much!

★★★★★ on May 5, 2020

Thank you, Lisa! I will definitely try these, as making ww purple 0-1 pt muffins seems to have become a hobby of mine! Check out this recipe for pumpkin pancakes, they have the suggestion of using Kodiak mix. https://www.slenderkitchen.com/recipe/healthy-pumpkin-panca…

on May 5, 2020

Would these be baked in the full-size muffin tins or the mini-muffins?

on May 5, 2020

Anything that can be substituted for the bananas? Thanks...

on May 5, 2020

@Sheryl - regular sized muffin tins

@Debbie - good question. Without the bananas these become another kind of muffin. Perhaps I can try a muffin recipe without bananas and see how they turn out.

Thanks for the great questions!

on May 6, 2020

I am very allergic to oatmeal...what can I substitute for oatmeal in the muffin recipe? Thanks.

on May 6, 2020

@Shirley - The pancake mix has oat flour so this is a no go for you. Stay tuned for other non-oatmeal muffin recipes.

on May 6, 2020

Debbie, You could use applesauce instead of banana. I plan to use that..and flaxseed instead of eggs. Looking forward to trying this.

on May 6, 2020

Have you tried any add ins with these (blue berries, strawberries, chocolate chips)? I realize it would change the point value, but I was wondering about texture and things like that.

Thank you for all you do in helping to make healthy choices!

on May 12, 2020


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