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.
Perfect! Easy enough to sub gluten-free flour if need be, and texture is still great!!!! Love it!
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.
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!
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.
SOOOOO yummy! I adjusted it a tad, only adding 2 bananas because that's all I had left and more of the chocolate chips @1/3 to 1/2 cup. We couldn't stop eating them. Wonderful recipe, thank you so much for sharing!!
I supervised while my 3 and 5 year old made these and they turned out perfectly, just as good as any bakery muffin. I also added the oats and a few extra choc chips. Great recipe!
The flavors of chocolate chips and bananas do not go together. I did add 1/2 cup applesauce. The muffins were heavy and rubbery. It was a disappointment
These are really good! Low fat, very moist and delicious. I am trying to find new healthier recipes for my family and this is a keeper. Only two things I changed slightly, 22 minutes in the oven and sprinkling extra chocolate chips on the top before baking to satisfy my husbands chocolate craving.
These muffins are so yummy. I used 1/4 cup sugar instead of 1/2 cup. Thanks Manda :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game