Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins

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You guys!  I have a treat for you.  Flourless peanut butter muffins.  It gets even better.  It only takes 3 simple ingredients to make these flourless peanut butter muffins!  This recipe is super easy, requires no mixer and has no added sugar!  If you like flourless recipes you may also want to try this and this.

Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins - My Whole Food Life

These flourless peanut butter muffins are so good.  They are vegan, gluten free, egg free, grain free and dairy free.  You can even keep them paleo by using sunflower butter or almond butter.  I used peanut butter in this recipe because my husband loves it. I do think these muffins would be fabulous with almond butter though.  One thing I have to point out is that these flourless muffins have a slightly different texture than traditional muffins made with flour.  I think they are totally delicious though.

Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins

Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 12 stanard sized muffins

Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins

Only 3 ingredients to make this healthy treat!


  • 2 medium sized bananas
  • 1 cup natural peanut butter
  • 6 medjool dates (pits removed)
  • sea salt optional


  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • In a food processor, mix all three ingredients until everything is blended well.
  • Spoon batter into standard sized muffin pans. The muffin pans need to be greased or lined. I use silicone liners for mine.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes.
  • Let them cool completely before removing from the pans.

I added some chocolate chips to the tops of mine. They were great that way! Store these muffins in an airtight container in the fridge. The should last about 4 days. Enjoy!


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85 thoughts on “Flourless Peanut Butter Muffins

  1. These look soooo yummy, making them tomorrow for sure!
    Thanks for the recipe, love your posts!
    Greetz from Holland.

  2. 2 questions: If you’re using silicone liners do you still need to grease them? And do the bananas have a strong flavor?

    1. I didn’t grease mine, but if you use paper liners, you will need to grease. The banana flavor does come through.

    2. Just a quick side note on using silicon molds. I don’t suggest ever spraying them with oil. Its not necessary and in my experience will ruin your silicon. It seems to break down the smoothness.

  3. They look great! Do you think that prunes would work the same as the dates? And also how many did the recipe make?

  4. When I made these the batter was really thick? Is this how it should be or what would you recommend to thin it. (I used a vitamix instead of food processor. )

  5. heey! im teaching a short workshop on raw vegan food, do you think these could work without baking? just in the fridge??

  6. Hello, I love your recipe and I would like to try it but I’ve got a little problem. I live in Poland and here we use grams to measure ingredients. Could you tell me mow many grams it is “one cup of peanut butter”? I’ve checked different sites and usually they say that one cup equals 200-250 grams of peanut butter. Is it correct amount?
    Thank you for answering.

  7. I’m so happy because I already have all these ingredients and do not need to go out to get them. I am going to make these right now! Thanks for the recipe!

    1. I think they might be able to be frozen. I haven’t tried to know for sure, but I think they would freeze fine.

  8. Peanut Butter, bananas and dates = 3 of my all time favourite foods…..i’m way to excited about these considering they really are so simple but my gosh they must taste amazing! Literally just texted my mother to pick up dates (she’s at the grocery store right now) because I will be making these right away!! :)

  9. i dont know if im just being blind but iv looked up and down the page can i ask how much of each ingredient you used ?

  10. Omg! Just finished making these and they are WONDERFUL!!! Remind me of banana bread. I used almond butter as well as prunes – came out great! Chocolate chips added a nice complement.

    1. I am not sure another sweetener would work with this. You can try some coconut sugar maybe? Or dried apricots might work well.

  11. My peanut butter was in the fridge cause I use the fresh ground stuff. It was a little dry cause I got it last week. This made it thick and hard for the food processor to work. So I added some almond milk to make it easier on the mixer. I also added some ground chia seeds. Hopefully that with thicken it back up…any thoughts…?

    1. I use the fresh ground stuff too and I keep it in the pantry. Maybe that is why my blended better? I hope yours turns out okay!

  12. These were so easy to make, and sooooo delicious!! I made homemade peanut butter in my food processor for them. Thanks for the recipe!

  13. Burned my blender motor out :(
    I’m wondering if I can add just a little almond milk to thin it out just slightly.

  14. Hey Melissa,
    Okay, so my husband always loves it when he’s right about something that I told him he was wrong about. What man doesn’t right? (must be that male ego guy thing) So Paleeeeeease (even if I’m wrong just say I’m right (Shhh lol) I’m kidding! No, but seriously, all joking set aside, What blade attachment did you use for this recipe? I know you use a cuisinart food processor. I myself have a kitchenaid, but I’m almost certain they have the same attachments or atleast pretty darn close. I have a multi – purpose steel blade, a mini multi – purpose steel blade and a hard plastic dough blade. Also shredders & extras but for the purpose of this question we’ll stick to the basics :) I use my multi- purpose blade for almost everything & believe that’s the blade you used in this recipe, However my hubby begs to differ & says “No way, she def used the dough blade” So I said “Okay well I’ll just ask her and we shall see” So it’s on! I’m correct right???? Lmao!!

  15. In the oven at the moment, I must say they look ugly for some reason but I’m sure they’ll be tasty :) Was yours really thick before putting them in the oven?

    1. I’m sorry, I don’t know. I don’t count calories. You can probably figure out a rough estimate on My Fitness Pal.

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