This is my variation of the many banana muffin recipes I have searched through. Very moist, texture is a little spongey, and the right amount of sweetness. Feel free to be liberal with the amount of bananas you add--you can't go wrong!
This is a neat recipe for young cooks just starting out. Not too many steps and not too difficult. My dear friend has a 10 yr. old son, who's passion is to become a chef. I have him over, he picks a recipe, and I help him. By the way, the recipe's good also!
I found this recipe many years ago in Chatelaine magazine. It is a great way to use up dry cereal. I have made it with rice krispies, Honey Bunches of Oats and granola and each time they turned out great.
I came up with this recipe when I had a lot of bananas and fresh blueberries to use up. I didn't want to make my usual fattening blueberry muffins or banana bread, so I experimented and came up with this instead. We thought it was pretty good for being low in fat!
These muffins are a blessing for people restricted to low-fat foods, there is only about 1 gram of fat in each muffin, these muffins do not at all taste low-fat! This recipe will make 36 muffins, so just pop them into the freezer for a fat-free snack or for breakfast! If desired add in chopped nuts although that will add to the fat content, You can use egg beaters in place of eggs and white sugar in place of brown or use half of each.
These light-tasting cornmeal muffins are coated with grated parmesan cheese after they are baked. Serve them with a bowl of chili or hearty soup. Taken from the "Quick, Healthy and Delicious Cooking" cookbook by BH&G.
Updated: After one reviewer brought to my attention that using larger muffin tins resulted in very small "caps", I mentioned that I tend to use smaller muffin tins for this recipe. You of course, can decide which you prefer.