Pumpkin, Apple, Chocolate and More — All Under 200 Calories – Health News

Muffins seem to make just about everyone happy. Whether it’s enjoying fresh out of the oven for breakfast with a steaming cup of coffee or for your kids’ after-school snack.

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But some commercially baked muffins might derail your otherwise healthy diet — often being more of glorified cupcakes than muffins. That’s why we’ve rounded up our favorite, healthy muffins that are easy to bake at home.

From pumpkin to chocolate to cranberry, there’s bound to be a version you or your family will enjoy. Bonus: Each muffin is under 200 calories.

Pumpkin Spice Muffins

These muffins are not only moist and delicious. They’re lower in calories, saturated fat and sugar than typical versions.

Applesauce Mini Muffins

These muffins are super moist (but low in fat and calories) thanks to a mix of applesauce and olive oil. And the mini size is perfect for snacks! 

Chocolate S’mores Muffin

Who doesn’t love s’mores? And muffins? S’mores muffins? Yes, please. These kid-friendly, but still healthier, treats are sure to be a hit.

Whole-Grain Cranberry Orange Muffins

Cranberries aren’t just for Thanksgiving! Pop extra bags in your freezer and you can make these treats all year long.

Chai Muffins

If you’re a chai tea fan, try these muffins — using some of the same classic spices as well as honey, chia seeds and walnuts. 

Zucchini Raisin Muffins

Whether you have a ton of zucchini in your garden or are trying to work more veggies in your diet, these are a great muffin to try. 

Savory Sweet Potato-Quinoa Muffins

Not all muffins have to be sweet. These sweet potato-quinoa muffins are great to accompany dinner, or simply as a snack.

Veggie Omelet “Muffins”

These aren’t truly a muffin, but more of a baked egg cup. So if you’re watching your carbs, this is a great option for you!