These were very tasty with a great banana flavor! I did not add the nuts due to an alergy, however I will next time. Your muffin recipe also came out nice and moist. Thanks for another great one Eve, Di
The muffins were great! I put them in a larger muffin tin and got 6 yummy moist muffins.I will keep this recipe and use it over and over again. Thanks!!!
This is a fast and easy recipe. The muffins are very moist and very good. I enjoy this recipe and will make it again.
These are excellant. I added a bit of vanilla just because I don't bake without it. Very moist! Just what I was looking for!
Great muffin, great flavour, moist and delicious.
This is our family's favorite banana bread/muffin recipe! We've been making it since at least 2008. We skip the walnuts, and we freeze our bananas. When the bananas start going south (or heading for banana bread nirvana) we pop them in the freezer until we have an opportunity to make a batch. Defrost on the counter for about 20min or so, cut off the top, hang upside down over your mixing bowl and gently squeeze the bottom so the banana slides out the opening. Looks disgusting coming out of the peel, but makes life so easy!!
The first time I made these I did mini-muffins and they were perfect. The next time I made them, I did regular size muffins and they were a touch under-done in the middle. So, next time I make regular size muffins I might bump down the temp and bump up the cook time. This was a great recipe -- perfect for little hands because they don't fall apart and make a mess! Will be making many more times!
Pretty good - nice, buttery flavour - a little lighter & not as dense as a traditional banana muffin.
These are, hands-down, the best banana nut muffins I've ever had! They are moist, flavorful, and turned out perfect. I highly recommend this recipe!
I made these for my homeschool group and they were a hit! Thanks for the lovely recipe. I did end up using only about 1/2 cup of sugar instead of the full 3/4 cup.