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Delightfully moist and light with a few minor changes: I used raisin bran (it's what I had on hand), crushing the flakes, and added about a tablespoon of lemon juice to the bananas (helps with keeping the muffins lighter colored and lighter textured). I also chopped instead of grated the apple. We ended up with about 18 small to medium size muffins.

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GinaJohnson March 10, 2012

Very moist muffins despite having no butter or oil. I also added some blueberries. Easy to make healthy muffins.

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dforbes111 May 28, 2009

What brilliant muffins - so easy to do !! They will be breakfast for DD for the coming week - I even did a heart shaped one for her for Valentine's !!!! I used sultana bran so mine have got a few sultanas throughout them . They are a fabulous success.

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katew February 13, 2009

i made this with 1/4 cup egg beaters instead of the egg. the muffins were so moist and flavorful. will definitely be making these again!

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lindseycore December 04, 2007

I made this with 2 bananas, 1/4 cup ground flax, and 1/4 cup walnuts. They turned out really nicely, after 25 minutes in the oven, i turned it down to 300 for 5 min, then turned off the oven but left them in there. they were perfect.

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Sarahmai September 11, 2006
Banana Apple Bran Muffins