Looking for some gluten-free dairy-free muffins? You’ll love this post! Included in this gluten-free dairy-free recipe roundup are: gluten-free blueberry muffins, gluten-free banana muffins, dairy and gluten-free chocolate, chocolate chip – and more! Scroll down to check out these amazing recipes.
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One of my family’s favorite things to do is go to coffee shops on weekends we don’t have any big plans. We all always order the same thing: a decaf vanilla latte with coconut milk for me, a peppermint mocha with coconut milk for my husband, and a vanilla steamer for my son.
My two guys almost always order muffins to go with their drinks too. My son always loves blueberry and my husband gets chocolate or poppyseed. And of course, I don’t order anything to go with my coffee.
They don’t have any gluten-free or dairy-free muffins at my coffee place. Which is a total bummer when you think about how easy the swaps could be to make them that way.
I put together this gluten-free dairy-free muffin recipe roundup to show you just how many options there are especially when it comes to foods that you may feel like you have to give up forever, like muffins.
What’s great about the many recipes I’ve put together in this list is how many different ways you can make substitutions for all-purpose flour, butter, milk and buttermilk, and yogurt that you find in so many muffin recipes.
There’s a ton of different ideas for swapping out flour: gluten-free all-purpose flour blends that you can buy pre-made, using individual gluten-free flours like sorghum flour and tapioca starch, coconut flour, almond flour, and even making your own oat flour in a blender or food processor.
Read on: Is coconut flour gluten-free?
When it comes to swapping out butter for a dairy-free option, well there are a few options there too: vegan butter, coconut oil, other cooking oils, applesauce, mashed bananas, and even fruit or veggie purees.
Milk can be replaced (for the most part) with any dairy-free milk alternative or full-fat coconut milk for whole milk or cream. Buttermilk is simple to replace just combine a dairy-free milk alternative of your choice with a little lemon juice to turn it slightly sour.
So even though I tend to go without the muffin on our trips to our favorite coffee shop, with this recipe roundup, now I know I have plenty of options so I never have to go without again.
Sure, I might be smuggling in my own gluten-free dairy-free friendly version, but at least I’m not going without anymore!
Check out this gluten-free dairy-free roundup for recipe inspiration for muffins in of all kinds: blueberry, banana, chocolate, chocolate chip, fruit, egg-free, paleo, oatmeal, muffins made with coconut flour, and muffins made with almond flour. Enjoy!
Dairy-free Gluten-free Blueberry Muffin Recipes
If you love blueberry muffins, you’ll enjoy this set of recipes. They are all gluten and dairy-free and have with a few variations with lemon and recipes for different diets, there’s bound to be something delicious that works for you.
These gluten-free blueberry muffins are dairy-free, egg-free, and vegan too! You can use either fresh or frozen blueberries and these babies bake up in just under 20 minutes.
This blueberry muffin recipe gives a classic a twist with the addition of lemon. They are made using almond and coconut flour, so you know they’re nutrient dense.
These gluten-free blueberry muffins are an awesome gluten-free dairy-free variation on a boxed classic you might buy at the store.
With just a little more work than using a box mix, this recipe makes up 14 good-sized muffins. Plus, they’re great for freezing – so you can make a batch to eat some – and freeze the rest for later.
This awesome vegan gluten-free blueberry muffin recipe is perfect if you don’t love doing dishes and like to wing it in the kitchen.
You only need one bowl for all the ingredients AND you can choose which type of non-dairy milk, oil, and liquid sweetener you want to use. Super versatile!
This recipe calls for a sugar substitute called Whey Low, which you’ll probably want to avoid if you’re dairy-free.
The rest of the recipe looks awesome – made from gluten-free flour, egg, coconut oil, almond milk, salt, baking powder, and blueberries – you won’t need many ingredients to make this one even if you don’t have a fully stocked kitchen.
I know many folks who follow my blog follow the AIP (autoimmune protocol) diet – and while I don’t, this one’s for you!
This super healthy recipe yields 3 blueberry muffins, but will be so worth it to know you can enjoy one of your favorite comfort foods while following this diet that suits your healthy lifestyle.
This clean eating blueberry muffin recipe is unique in the amount of baking powder it calls for – 4 whopping teaspoons!
It seems like a lot, but it seems to be the secret in keeping them moist and fluffy instead of dense and mushy like you often see in gluten-free baking.
These gluten-free blueberry muffins are a variation on this classic muffin that I’ve never seen before, with walnuts.
This recipe is loaded with healthy fats, natural sugars, and ingredients you can pronounce. The recipe yields 8 sized normal muffins or 4 mega sized muffins.
These paleo blueberry muffins are made with three types of coconut – coconut flour, coconut oil, and coconut milk.
But they don’t taste overwhelmingly of coconut – only yummy blueberry goodness!
This dairy-free gluten-free blueberry muffin recipe is made with a homemade all-purpose gluten-free flour blend, but you can very likely swap this out for any 1:1 style gluten-free flour mix found at the store.
Just be sure your store-bought blend doesn’t have xanthan gum included, otherwise nix this from the recipe when you make this one at home.
I found this flourless blueberry oat muffin to be intriguing in that instead of blending rolled oats to make oat flour, this recipe creator actually simply soaked the oats overnight in almond milk to get the oats to soften a bit.
Once in a more soggy state, the remaining ingredients are added, then baked up to create a “true” flourless muffin. This one is going on my “to try” list if only because I’m curious if they actually set up when made this way.
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Gluten-free Dairy-free Banana Muffin Recipes
If you’re a big fan of banana muffins, you’ll love these gluten and dairy-free banana muffin recipes. Enjoy mini muffins, 5 ingredient muffins, blender muffins, and chocolate chip banana muffins.
This banana muffin with chocolate chips recipe is a great gluten-free dairy-free breakfast treat or snack.
Without any refined sugar (except for what’s in the chocolate chips), this is a muffin you can feel good about making for your kids too.
I don’t know about you, but I love when I get big rewards from little effort – and this 5 ingredient blender muffin recipe fits the bill!
With just peanut butter, bananas, eggs, baking soda, and apple cider vinegar, you can have a base for chocolate chip muffins or any other variety you want! Try this recipe when you want a shortcut but still get tasty muffins in the end.
This gluten-free banana oat mini muffin recipe uses one-to-one gluten-free flour, certified gluten-free oats, and overripe bananas.
If you don’t have overripe bananas, don’t worry – there’s some tips in this blog post to help you take your ripe ones to the overripe stage to make these muffins even better.
These 5 ingredient blender mini muffins are a riff on a recipe that made the list earlier – these just get to take shape in the mini muffin tin instead of a normal sized one.
You can choose to sweeten them with honey or not, depending on if your peanut butter has sugar in it or how sweet your bananas are.
I love banana bread and these vegan flourless banana bread muffins take this ultimate comfort food into snackable size.
Made with rolled oats (use certified gluten-free if you’re extra sensitive to gluten!), ground flax, and almond butter, you won’t miss the gluten, dairy, or eggs in this tasty recipe!
These flourless blueberry banana muffins seem too good to be true – flourless muffins, what?! They’re made using rolled oats, but really once you blend them up, you’re really just using oat flour.
Either way, these look divine and super healthy with ingredients you can pronounce (a big thumbs up in my book!).
These gluten-free banana muffins are a great go-to recipe, because they have minimal ingredients and you can make them up to freeze them for later. Any time you have any overripe bananas laying around, give this one a try.
And if you aren’t in the mood for them now, you can always freeze them for busy mornings – just pop them in the microwave for 15 to 20 seconds to warm them up.
This paleo banana nut muffin recipe is awesome, because there’s no added sugar, allowing the sweetness of the bananas to come through. They’re fluffy with a little bit of a crunch from the walnuts.
This gluten-free dairy-free banana muffin recipe was adapted from an old classic from the Joy of Cooking, so you know it will be good. These are great for on-the-go mornings and kids love them!
I’d never heard of pineapple banana muffins before finding this recipe, but I’m in love with the idea of taking the traditional banana muffin and going tropical with it.
With the coconut drizzle, I can almost picture the sunsets and lazing by the beach. Anyone have an umbrella for my fruity drink?
Gluten-free Dairy-free Chocolate Muffin Recipes
Chocolate muffins are a favorite around my house. You’ll love these gluten and dairy-free options – some are even egg-free!
These flourless chocolate zucchini muffins are not only gluten-free and dairy-free, but they don’t have any additional sugar.
With just a few ingredients whizzed up in the blender and 20 minutes of bake time, these are a great tasty way to sneak a few extra veggies into your body.
I’ve never come across chocolate and tahini as a pairing before, let alone in a muffin. But with the other ingredients, I can see how they could be a rich and decadent muffin that is sure to make your morning!
These easy gluten-free vegan chocolate muffins are rich and satisfying, plus refined sugar free.
Even if they’re super decadent, you don’t have to feel bad about enjoying them with all the healthy ingredients used to make them.
This paleo chocolate banana muffin recipe is packed with banana flavor and goodness! If you like a dense (a good dense) muffin, this one is for you.
These dairy-free chocolate chip muffins are made with coconut oil and chocolate cashew milk, but be sure to swap out regular flour for a gluten-free one-to-one flour blend for a gluten and dairy-free version. Enjoy 18 muffins in just 15 minutes!
Double chocolate muffins look divine with homemade almond butter and cocoa powder frosting.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t usually frost my muffins… but if you’re in need of an extra decadent morning treat, give these ones a try. All good stuff in this recipe!
These super cute gluten and dairy-free chocolate muffins are made with loads of healthy ingredients like cacao powder, eggs, maple syrup, nut butter, applesauce, dairy-free milk – and to make them extra tasty, dairy-free chocolate chips.
Bonus points for turning them into ‘buttons’ like the recipe creator suggests!
This dairy-free chocolate muffin recipe yields slightly dense muffins, but they still taste great and have a good texture to them. Be sure to swap out regular flour for gluten-free flour – and you’re set!
One thing I always feel guilty about when enjoying breakfast treats like muffins or pancakes are how carb-heavy they are.
Then I feel like I need to even things out with some fruits and protein so I’m not crashing from the sugar.
No need with this recipe – the protein is baked right in in the form of chocolate protein powder and egg whites!
Ultra fudgey muffins? Yes please! Even though these are ‘healthier’ than normal muffins, you won’t miss a thing.
Sweetened with dates and chocolate chips (be sure to use dairy-free!), these are sure to make you feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast – and still eating healthy too!
Top 10 Ingredients for Gluten-free Dairy-free Muffins:
- Gluten-free 1:1 measure flour blend
- Dairy-free chocolate chips
- Gluten-free rolled oats
- Coconut flour
- Almond flour
- Cacao powder
- Vanilla extract
- Baking soda
- Baking powder
- Pumpkin puree
Gluten-free Dairy-free Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipes
If you love chocolate chip cookies, you’re probably going to love these gluten and dairy-free chocolate chip muffins. Enjoy plain varieties or some with pumpkin or raspberries mixed in.
Flourless double chocolate chip muffins are sure to become one of your best friends if you’re a chocolate lover like me.
This recipe is not only gluten-free and dairy-free, but also sugar-free, oil-free, AND nut-free. Win-win all around!
These pumpkin chocolate chip mini muffins look amazing – and perfect for the months where everyone is craving pumpkin in everything.
These would be perfect in the fall around Halloween or Thanksgiving time, but you can make them anytime of year with just a can of canned pumpkin knowing you’re getting a little veggie boost in every bite.
Try these for a yummy gluten and dairy-free Thanksgiving breakfast option.
We have raspberries coming out our ears in the summertime so naturally this recipe made my list. Raspberries and chocolate together are divine, so I’m excited to give this one a try soon!
I can’t think of anything more delightful than the sound of this recipe… cinnamon hazelnut chocolate chunk muffins. I mean, this seriously sounds like something from the most cozy coffee shop on a rainy day.
The best part is that they’re completely gluten-free and dairy-free. You’ll need to find some hazelnut milk to make this recipe – or try your hand at making some at home with hazelnuts and water.
The fact that these chocolate chip almond butter muffins are flourless means you don’t even have to anticipate being a baker to make them.
All you need is rolled oats laying around the house – not even any type of gluten-free flour. Enjoy these tasty treats that get whipped up in the blender, then the oven, in no time!
These gluten-free chocolate chip muffins use Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-free 1-to-1 baking flour and take only 30 minutes to make. Score! Be sure to swap out the whole milk for dairy-free milk to make it 100% gluten-free and dairy-free.
Easy paleo chocolate chip muffins are soft, moist and delicious. This recipe calls for coconut flour, tapioca flour, full fat coconut milk, coconut oil, maple syrup, and dark chocolate chips. You know this one will be good!
This healthy bakery-style chocolate chip muffin recipe uses oat flour (ground rolled oats) so you don’t need to buy any expensive flours.
Not only are they gluten-free and dairy-free, but they’re also sugar-free! Be sure to use dairy-free mini chocolate chips when making this one.
It couldn’t be easier to whip up these chocolate chip blender muffins. With just a handful of ingredients you probably already have on hand if you’re GFDF already, you’ll have tasty muffins ready to eat in just 25 minutes!
These gluten-free chocolate chip muffins use a combination of oat flour and coconut flour, so you know you’re getting some healthy fats and carbs in these ones. You can satisfy your sweet tooth and know you’re eating healthy in the process!
Gluten-free Dairy-free Fruit Muffin Recipes
There are so many delicious muffin recipes made with fruit. Enjoy these gluten and dairy-free lemon, orange, raspberry, peach, and lime muffins.
A lemony twist on a classic poppyseed muffin, this recipe will give you super moist and healthy muffins that are not only gluten-free and dairy-free, but low in sugar too!
Cut back on the sugar by skipping the vanilla glaze… and if you do decide to make it, be sure to use dairy-free milk.
Orange almond poppyseed muffins are a brand new take on the poppyseed muffins you are probably familiar with.
Made with orange zest and juice plus cinnamon and ground ginger, these will be unlike anything you’ve ever tried before.
This recipe has “sunshine” in the name… how could they not make you and your belly happy?
If you crave a little brightness in your morning, try these muffins made with sunshine-y orange and lemon zest and juice.
Vanilla rasberry muffins are easy to create and even though they’re labeled as raspberry, I think you could swap out the berries for any type that you like – blueberries and strawberries would be delicious too!
These lemon poppyseed muffins are made using almond flour, meyer lemons and are gluten-free and dairy-free.
While the recipe creator used cashew yogurt to develop the recipe, you can swap out for any type of non-dairy yogurt you have on hand or like best.
I love this clean eating raspberry muffin recipe, because it only calls for a handful of ingredients and is gluten-free and dairy-free.
The addition of a little grated ginger in the batter gives them a unique flavor you’ll love.
These cranberry, orange and pecan muffins seriously scream “fall!” to me, but you could easily make them any time of year.
This recipe uses both almond flour and coconut flour, and is gluten-free, dairy-free, and even refined sugar free.
I’d never heard of peach ginger muffins until I went searching for healthy gluten-free and dairy-free muffin recipes, but this one intrigues me.
Made with fresh carrots, diced peaches, and fresh and ground ginger, this recipe is going on my “to try” list stat!
Coconut lime muffins sound straight from somewhere I’d love to be vacationing right about now, so naturally these made my list.
This recipe calls for almond flour, eggs, coconut milk, honey, vanilla, applesauce, lime juice and zest, shredded coconut, and baking soda – so grab the ingredients and let’s go somewhere warm and sunny!
These peach muffins are made using coconut flour and tasty summertime peaches. If you want to be transported to summer stat, give this gluten-free dairy-free peach muffin recipe a try!
Gluten-free Dairy-free Egg-free Muffin Recipes
If you avoid eggs in addition to dairy and gluten, you’ll love these few muffin recipes that replace eggs with ingredients like flax seeds, chia seeds, or dairy-free yogurt.
If you avoid eggs in addition to gluten and dairy like I do, you’ll love these kid-friendly banana muffins made from coconut flour, bananas, chia seeds, and a few other pantry staples.
These blueberry muffins are made using gluten-free flour blend, but what makes them unique is the non-dairy yogurt.
The use of the yogurt ensures that you get a moist muffin and some added flavor. Enjoy these plain or with a little non-dairy butter on top.
These maple brown sugar oatmeal muffins are a cross between muffins and scones, but made without any dairy or eggs.
Be sure to swap out the regular all-purpose flour for gluten-free flour to make it truly gluten and dairy-free.
These gluten-free pumpkin muffins are allergy-friendly all around – no gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts, soy, corn, and refined sugar-free.
If you have a tough time getting yourself or your kiddos to get some veggies and healthy carbs into their diet, these are a great option for you.
If you love carrot cake, you’ll love these babies. These have all the tasty things you love about carrot cake like raisins, walnuts, cinnamon, and duh – carrots.
Plus they’re gluten-free, dairy-free, and even egg-free. Win-win all around!
Even after sharing a ton of banana muffins with you so far in this list, this one is a great choice if you love baking without making tons of messes – you only need one bowl.
They’re made with simple ingredients AND they’re vegan (aka dairy-free) and gluten-free. These look amazing!
I don’t know about you but the idea of eating chocolate muffins for breakfast has always felt just a little bit too decadent.
Shouldn’t I feel guilty about chocolate for breakfast? Well, when they look as good as these ones do, you don’t have to! These are vegan, gluten-free, and full of healthy simple ingredients.
These apple crumble muffins look amazing – almost like dessert in a breakfast muffin form. Made from a combination of brown rice flour, oats, and almond meal as the flour base, these are chock full of healthy ingredients.
Plus they’re refined sugar-free with the coconut sugar and sweetness from the bananas. Delicious all around!
Are you a “pumpkin everything” type of person when fall comes around? This recipe is for you.
While they’re gluten, dairy, and egg-free, they’re not lacking in flavor or texture. Enjoy these with or without dairy-free chocolate chips for a tasty breakfast treat!
These gingerbread muffins are a new take on an old holiday season cookie.
This overloaded with flour, butter, eggs, and sugar cookie has been transformed into a healthy version – oat flour and tapioca starch replaces the flour, the pumpkin replaces the butter and eggs, and maple syrup and molasses replaces the sugar.
Enjoy these tasty muffins without any regrets!
Top 10 Tools for Gluten-free Dairy-free Muffins:
- KitchenAid mixer
- Food processor for making your own flours
- Muffin tin
- Silicone muffin tray
- Paper liners
- Silicone liners
- Mixing bowls
- Muffin storage
- Spatula set
Gluten-free Dairy-free Muffin Recipes made with Coconut Flour
Coconut flour makes a nutrient packed muffin that’s perfect for breakfast or a snack. Try some of these gluten and dairy-free options, like apple cinnamon and banana chocolate chip.
These gluten-free apple cinnamon muffins are great for any time of year, but they’re excellent in the fall when you’re in need of a break from the pumpkin craze.
With less than 10 minutes to put together, these are a great recipe to add to your ‘to try’ list.
Coconut flour is a unique ingredient, because it absorbs moisture differently than any other flour.
That’s why these banana chocolate chip muffins call for 5 eggs, 2 bananas, and coconut milk. Check out this article for even more tips on using coconut flour in gluten-free baking.
I’ve never tried chai spice muffins, but with all the tasty spices like cinnamon, ginger, cloves, cardamom, and nutmeg, it’s easy to see why this muffin recipe is a winner.
With lots of coconut flour and 5 eggs in this recipe, you won’t be missing out on the protein in this normally carb-heavy breakfast treat.
Sweet potatoes are one of my all-time favorite veggies – even more than pumpkin, if you can believe it.
So when I found this coconut flour sweet potato muffin recipe, I knew I had to include it in my roundup.
When you can sneak a few veggies into a breakfast treat, you know it’s going to be a winner!
This coconut flour pumpkin muffin recipe is a winner, because it has lots of healthy ingredients – AND there’s not a million of them.
While so many gluten-free and dairy-free recipes have a laundry list of ingredients, this one only calls for what you need to enjoy tasty pumpkin flavor without all the extras.
These mini muffins are so cute and allow you to mix and match toppings based on what you’d like to include, like jam or chocolate hazelnut butter.
With just 7 ingredients, these come together quickly to give you tasty muffins in just minutes.
Chocolate and bananas are a match made in heaven. Made with coconut flour, almond flour and maple syrup, they’re healthy and even versatile.
You can add whatever mix-ins you want like cacao nibs, chopped pecans or walnuts.
You can even swap out the regular eggs for flax eggs if you want to make them completely vegan and egg-free.
Whether you’re looking for extra protein in the morning or want to add a little extra ‘health’ to your normally carb-lovin’ muffins, this paleo pumpkin protein muffin is perfect for you.
What I love about this recipe is that it has gut-healing collagen in it AND everything can be whipped up in the food processor or high-speed blender to make quick prep.
Banana coconut muffins come together with just eggs, coconut oil, mashed banana, vanilla, salt, coconut flour, almond meal, baking powder, cinnamon, and shredded coconut for the topping.
These are great as a breakfast, afternoon snack, or treat for the end of the day.
These coconut flour strawberry muffins look divine. Made from healthy ingredients that are full of fiber, protein, and healthy fats, this is a great recipe to try out and perfect for the spring and summer when strawberries are in season.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Muffin Recipes made with Almond Flour
Almond flour is full of healthy fats and vitamins. Enjoy these gluten and dairy-free muffin recipes to fill up for breakfast or pack for a snack.
These paleo pumpkin muffins look divine. With pumpkin AND chocolate, what could be better? Plus you can mix everything up in one bowl in under 10 minutes! I’m sold on this recipe.
I always find it funny that whenever I find recipes with vegetables in them, they’re always considered ‘toddler’ muffins, because getting kids to eat their veggies isn’t always easy.
Well, let me tell you getting my husband to eat them is tough too – so I’m also deeming these ‘husband muffins.’ Haha!
Okay, so I’m totally cheating with this recipe.. they’re not a muffin at all. But they look so good, I wanted to sneak them into this roundup somehow.
They have all the ingredients other muffins have – and with an almond flour base… they’re totally worth giving a try!
With just 7 ingredients, these blueberry muffins are easy to put together, these gluten-free and dairy-free blueberry muffins look perfect for breakfast, snacks, and even dessert.
Plus with the added protein and fiber from the almond flour, you can feel good about eating more than one.
If they are baked in a mini muffin pan, they must be muffins and not donuts, right? Well, that’s what I’m counting on with these delicious looking treats from Texan Erin.
After baking up the dough, you roll these in a decadent cinnamon-sugar mixture for a delicious breakfast treat.
With the promise of a muffin batter made in just 5 minutes, you know this one is making the roundup!
Plus these are gluten-free and dairy-free and are made in a blender or food processor. This one is bound to be good!
These cranberry orange muffins are awesome especially in fall and winter months when many flavors are a little more earthy.
These give a brightness to the season and go perfectly with a cup of coffee and some cold rainy days.
Coconut almond paleo breakfast muffins are gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free – three winning reasons to try this recipe right there.
Plus they’re loaded with bananas, cinnamon and vanilla, and some amazing spices – there’s a reason this recipe is going on my ‘to try’ list.
These almond flour muffins are simple and straight forward with just 6 ingredients: almond flour, baking soda, eggs, almond milk, honey, and lemon juice.
These are great on their own or can be used as a base for homemade strawberry or other berry shortcake. Yum!
Bakery style almond flour muffins are prepped in just 5 minutes and cooked in less than 17.
In under a half hour, you can have tasty muffins that everyone in the family will love whether they’re gluten-free and dairy-free or not.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Oatmeal Muffin Recipes
Oatmeal muffins are a great breakfast option, because they’re full of healthy whole grains. These are all gluten and dairy-free!
If you love carrot cake, these spiced carrot muffins are the next best thing. With a base of oat flour, you know they’re going to be full of fiber and darn good for you.
Don’t let the long ingredient list keep you from trying this recipe, they look divine!
I love recipes that come together completely in the blender and this one does not disappoint.
Mix together everything and add a few whole cranberries at the end for more juiciness throughout each bite after baking.
These flourless morning glory muffins are perfectly portioned, made in a blender, and dense – in all the right ways. These muffins will fill you up and not leave you hankering for more later.
Simple ingredients and a blender make these tasty gluten-free dairy-free carrot muffins come together.
Top them with a dairy-free cream cheese frosting and it’s like a mini carrot cake in perfectly portable portions.
While these aren’t ‘called’ muffins, these toddler breakfast oat cups are a great way to make breakfast ahead for little ones – or you!
You can make them 4 different ways: carrot cake, antioxidant, pb & j, and almond blueberry – but you can easily get creative with your own add-ins based on what you and your kids love.
These moist blueberry oatmeal muffins are a gluten-free dairy-free take on an old classic.
They swapped out all-purpose flour for gluten-free all-purpose flour and oats, then swapped regular milk for almond milk and made this a breakfast even us gluten and dairy-free folks can love to enjoy.
These healthy oatmeal muffins are great when you’re doing your best to get away from all the sugary overloaded breakfast foods that are out there.
These are better than most muffins because they use toasted oatmeal to replace white flour, bananas in place of oil or butter, and honey to replace white sugar. You an even add some add-ins to mix them up and get flavors you love.
Gluten-free gingerbread muffins are awesome for the holiday season when you’re over the cookies and want to bring a traditional flavor to the breakfast table. Enjoy these tasty gluten-free dairy-free treats all winter long.
These gluten-free banana oat muffins are great if you have some ripe or overripe bananas laying around and a full pantry with baking items at the ready.
These are great on their own or you can optionally add a brown sugar and oat topping to make it even more tasty.
These banana oat chocolate muffins are healthy for a few reasons: they use no flours, sugars, or oils – and instead use simple and healthy ingredients like rolled oats, bananas, almond milk, eggs, and some spices.
While these have no sugar in the recipe, optionally you can add honey, dairy-free chocolate chips, and/or chocolate protein powder to give them a little more sweetness.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Paleo Muffin Recipes
Paleo muffins means they’re naturally gluten and dairy-free. Choose one of these blueberry, gingerbread, banana, and pumpkin muffins to help you stick with your paleo diet.
This paleo blueberry muffin recipe makes 6 muffins, but is packed with healthy ingredients like almond flour, coconut milk, coconut oil, eggs, and blueberries.
Enjoy these tasty muffins whether you’re gluten-free and dairy-free or follow a strict paleo diet.
These paleo gingerbread muffins are great when you want a traditional flavor of gingerbread without being in a cake form… oh and just a little bit healthier.
These muffins are made with a combination of almond flour and coconut flour, delicious warming spices, and a few of the old standbys – like eggs, salt, baking soda, and vanilla.
I love the flavors of apple cinnamon – and especially when it comes to muffins.
These paleo apple cinnamon muffins come together quickly in a food processor for a quick and easy breakfast treat you can feel good about.
Fruits and veggies in one muffin recipe? Yes please! The zucchini keeps the muffin moist while the blueberries give you bursts of flavor in every bite.
This one is paleo, gluten-free and dairy-free – and kid-approved!
These banana muffins are paleo-friendly, contain no refined sugar, and are fluffy and moist just like muffins should be.
You can add extra flavor to them with dairy-free chocolate chips or nuts if that’s your thing.
Paleo carrot raisin muffins are a great healthy breakfast option to whip up on the weekend for a week of healthy breakfast treats for the whole family.
This recipe plays off the flavors or a traditional carrot cake with carrots, walnuts, raisins, and cinnamon. Yum!
Yes, more 5 minute muffins – I’m in! These are made with nut butter, bananas, eggs, vanilla, stevia, baking soda, and apple cider vinegar.
These paleo apple muffins look like an apple cake in little muffin form – and amazing, by the way! They are naturally sweetened with apples and maple syrup – and bring out the flavors of fall.
With 10 ingredients and about 30 minutes, you can make these paleo lemon poppy muffins. Swap out the ghee for coconut oil for a fully dairy-free version of this recipe.
These paleo pumpkin muffins with a swirl look divine – straight out of a magazine or a rainy day at a coffee shop in the fall.
What makes these muffins great is that they’re gluten-free and dairy-free AND can be prepped all in one bowl. Easy cleanup and a delicious result? I’m in!