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I thought this was a 5 Star recipe, once you change it up a little. Quick Oats for the whole wheat flour, brown sugar for the white, 1/2 c. chopped pecans in the batter as well as on top, 2t vanilla, 1/2t cinnamon, 1/4t nutmeg, dash salt, and add 1/2 c. shredded coconut. Light, fluffy, flavorful muffins!
Mmmm, what a delish recipe! YUM, YUM, YUM! I made these with my sis and we could not stop eating them! The muffins were fluffy and soft on the inside with a little crunch from the nuts and so much flavour! I used no sugar at all as my bananas were super sweet and that worked out really well. I like that these are relatively healthy for a muffin and Ill certainly make them again.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing another real keeper with, Paula!
Made and reviewed for I Recommend Tag July 2011.
I swapped the egg for a T of ground flaxseed, added chocolate chips, and added a bit of cinnamon and they turned out beautifully!
These worked fabulously ! They did stick to the papers but that was not a problem here. DS ate about 6 in one sitting. I omitted the nuts as he is not a big fan. Very yummy indeed.
These are a very light and fluffy muffin which is nice but I found them to be very bland despite the fact that I used very ripe banannas. They stuck to the muffin papers so if I make them again I will do them in the pan with no liner. I did use chopped walnuts on top and that was a nice addition. Thanks for sharing.
A bit on the bland side, and a tad bit dry as they stick to the muffin cups a lot.
Really good! Nice & moist & tasty! I love that they are lower in fat!
ok I cut back the sugar and added applesauce and they were blaaaannnd think I'll add some choc pudding on top! :)