Amazing! For dietary reasons made these GF with Red Mill GF mix. Also substituted coconut sugar in place of the cane sugar. My GF family members are acclaiming these as the best GF muffins they have ever had!
These muffins were definitely moist and everything I expect in a muffin. I just don't love the kiwi in the muffin. I had some kiwi that was getting soft, which is why I picked out this recipe, hoping I would like it as much as the stuff I make out of the soft bananas. Unfortunately, it just wasn't my style.
Excellent muffins! Definitely not bland. Very moist and flavourful! I made as per recipe last time but now I am gluten free so I am going to try to modify it tonight. I'll let you know how it turns out.
The chopped kiwi reminded me of raspberries believe it or not. It was much better than I had expected. So if anyone is wondering how big to cube the kiwi my suggestion would be the size of a rasberry.
am totally impressed!
Wow, one of the best muffins I've tried. For us it was just the right flavours & sweetness. The banana wasn't overpowering either. I used the plain yogurt & buttermilk so they puffed up nice. My kiwis were tart but I only used 2 so I kept sugar as is, however, I would recommend chopping kiwi quite tiny. Sub'd 1/2 cup of flax meal for the flour. Quick, easy, tasty & enjoyed by all, thanks!
These were ok. Not phenomenal, the taste was a little bland to us. My year old loved them, though, which is always a good thing. Thanks for posting.
These were a huge hit! Moist and light with a different but delicious flavour. Will make these regularly, especially since they are best with very ripe fruit.
these are pretty good! a great way to use up extra kiwis. if i could do it over again, i'd make bigger cubes of kiwi. warm gooey kiwi was so much better than i expected.
A light, airy and not-too-sweet muffin - delicious. I opted for 1/2c sugar and 2T oil, very ripe kiwi fruit and normal bananas. Yielded 15 half-cup muffins (filled to top) at 170 Cal each - before the choc chips added for his! Thanks!