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charlensing , 10 months agoI added walnuts and sprinkled top with brown sugar. A big hit!
mazzystah , 10 months agoEasy and delicious. This will be my "go to" recipe for banana muffins. Thanks!
kirstn , 10 months agoDelicious! I made a bunch of additions/changes, though. Instead of muffins, I made this as one loaf (took 50 minutes to bake at 190 C). I, too, added 1 C of oatmeal oats (and one extra banana so it wouldn't get dry because of the oats). I didn't have an egg so I used 1/4 C gram (chickpea) flour + 1/4 C whole milk (vegans could use vegan milk)). Added 1tsp cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, some crsushed cardamom, sunflower seeds, and dates. Absolutely delicious!!!
aricamonk , 11 months agoWith peacans added.. great!
Daydreamer1227 , 11 months agoThe muffins didn't rise because of the banana i guess. They tasted ok but the batter was weird. I added extra flour because i could tell it wasn't enough. I should've added more.
golfincanada , 12 months agoThis is a big hit with the family plus it's a good way to get rid of ripe bananas.
mazzystah , 1 years agoSo easy and home made. I throw in 1/3 to 1/2 c chocolate chips.
AlbinaMeraj , 1 years agoReally good and easy to make. Amazing job done. Rated 4/5. You know you should also visit www.dessertplatter.webnode.com To get mouth watering muffin recipes!
atiya123 , 1 years ago
emeschocolate , 1 years agoThese muffins were really easy to make and they taste great. I added flax, pecans, and chocolate chips. I also put brown sugar on the top, these muffins turned out really good!
sness1 , 1 years agoI thought these were very good, really moist. I accidentally poured a little too much salt in, but that was my fault, not the recipe's. ;) I'm sure they'd be even tastier without that little mishap. Mine did not bake up really wet as others have reported. Oh, and I used whole wheat flour instead of all purpose and still yummy. My 4 1/2 year old kept saying, "I can't help it, I just can't stop eating them."
pichounette , 1 years agoVery very yummy! So easy to make too. I added 1 tsp of vanilla extract and cinnamon, and sprinkled brown sugar on top before baking. They came out perfect! Thanks for a great easy recipe. Will definitely do those muffins regularly.
Teewilly , 1 years agoMmmmm, mmmmm good! I added some one minute oatmeal, a pinch of cinnamon and a few drops of vanilla extract. Sweeeeeeet!
keepsmilyn , 1 years agoSimple to make and tasty!
triciayoder , 1 years agoI just finished baking the first batch of these. I did make a few changes to the recipe though. I used 4 bananas and doubled the rest of the ingredients. They are moist and really good. I also added the brown sugar to the top... it made the top a little crunchy and sweet.
tawnyinthepink , 1 years agoI only had 2 bananas, but this still worked out quite well. I did add 1/4 cup of milk though.
Defro81 , 1 years agoTasty but not done! I followed the recipe exactly and the outside of the muffins were starting to get really brown so I had to take them out before they started to burn. I let them cool off for ten minutes... Thetot
dalton349 , 1 years agoJust made these for myself and my son. Moist is not a good description, wet is more like it. I followed the recipe as written except for the addition of 1/2 cup of chopped pecans and 1/2 cup of chocolate chips. When I popped one out of the pan after 20 minutes it was completely wet on the bottom. I ate it anyway, it was too mooshed up to put back in the pan. I put the rest back for another 6 minutes for a total of 26 minutes and they were still very loose and wet when removing from the pan. While researching this on BigOven online instead of through my android device I discovered this recipe is listed as "Best Ever Banana Muffins #1" I found another recipe entitled "Best Ever Banana Muffins" without the #1. That recipe is pretty much the same as this except it calls for a 1/4 cup more sugar and double the flour, 11/2 cups instead of just 3/4. I think that recipe would be much drier and more like a real muffin instead of a glob of goo. The other recipe comes from Robin Hood flour and I believe this recipe is just a poor transcription of that original one. I will make that one the next time. Also their directions say make a well in the dry ingredients and add the wet to the dry instead of the other way around as this recipe states. Adding wet to dry is how all baking recipes are written. I tried demerara sugar which is unrefined cane sugar that consists of large brown crystals as a topping on these muffins and it was the high point of the recipe. The crystals are supposed to survive baking and make for a nice crunchy topping. They did, try demerara IMHO I think you will like it.
Hano2a , 1 years ago
Tray37 , 1 years agoLove this recipe my kids love these in the morning and for a snack when they get home from school i put the brown sugar on them great idea