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Excellent! I only substituted the flour for gluten free flour and the muffins tasted good.

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Angelica B. April 08, 2015

Nice batter. Got a nice smooth batter by putting my bananas through a potato ricer. Be warned: baking for 30 minutes is WAY too long! I checked mine at 21 minutes and they were too dark. I'd say 18 minutes would be a better recommendation. I'm going to add a dash of cinnamon next time.

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Hadice January 15, 2015

Righteous, absolutely outstanding, we subbed pecans other than that we stuck to the recipe. Oh my, 2 hours after there are only 5 left.

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Steve-andJean M. December 20, 2014

made this as a loaf! came out delicious with a few tweaks:<br/><br/>no nuts<br/>3/4 cups of chips inside loaf, 1/4 cup sprinkled on top (i'm a chocoholic)<br/>baked for 40-45 minutes

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amyjada December 11, 2014

Moist, tender and full of banana flavor and not too sweet. Quick and easy to put together with simple ingredients. I used 4 black bananas, sub 1 cup whole wheat flour, no nuts - allergies, used 1/2 cup chocolate chips because it's chocolate! Sprinkled top with turbinado sugar for the crystallized look. Baked 27 minutes, 12 fluffy beautiful brown muffins came out. Thank you.

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Nado2003 November 19, 2014

These muffins are wonderful! made exactly as written with the exception of a few more chocolate chips. Love that the ingredients are all staples, that combine with the over ripe bananas that will otherwise go to waste. Will make again.

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heymo16 October 06, 2014

Perfect! Easy enough to sub gluten-free flour if need be, and texture is still great!!!! Love it!

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lilorganicmama August 29, 2014

I have not had any sugar in 10 days, but we are having Fall like weather so I wanted to bake something. These are really good. I used a blend of sugar and Stevia for the 1/2 cup. A sprinkle of brown sugar in the mix. Then added a sprinkle of brown sugar on the top of each one. Trying to cut the sugar but they tasted like they had a lot of sugar but I think that is due to my hyatias.

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seal angel July 16, 2014

I did what the others said and added a 1/2 cup of oatmeal and half a cup of apple sauce.They came out so moist and super yummy!

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bean174 July 14, 2014

I followed the recipe except we can't have dairy here. I subbed soy milk soured (to make buttermilk) These were moist and have a great texture. Definitely a keeper! Will make again.

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fancyfrancy May 04, 2014
Banana-Chocolate Chip Muffins