Love that these have banana chunks instead of the usual mashed banana! I used whole-wheat flour and added 1/2 t. vanilla extract and a t. rum extract...MMMM! I also threw walnuts on the top so that they would get toasted during baking.
I wanted to love these. I was happy to find a recipe to use up yogurt and bananas and start the day with something fresh baked. Something went wrong. The general taste was good, and my kids each ate two, but the outsides were tough. I did not use muffin papers-maybe that was a mistake. The mix seemed much dryer than typical muffin mix. I will give them another try.
I must have done something wrong these had a horrible after taste.
This recipe is awesome, i made it with rasberry yogurt instead of vanilla, and it was great. I was even able to leave out the oil and they still turned out perfectly :)
Delicious!! Had a bunch of plain yogurt I got on sale cheap that needed to be used up and this was perfect. Moist, fluffy, yum! I added 1 tsp vanilla extract to make up for my yogurt being plain. Will definitely be making this one again!
I came here looking specifically for a recipe for banana yogurt muffins, and this is what came up in the search. I made them, and we enjoyed them. I was intending to give it a four star rating. I think five stars should be reserved for something that could not possibly better. But I glanced at the recipe this morning and realized I had erred in making it and left out an entire ingredient. The fact that the muffins STILL turned out good speaks highly of the recipe. Five stars it is!
Not a bad recipe though I wasn't wowed by it. They could be a bit sweeter. Perhaps next time I'll add some honey.
Very good muffins! I used an organic pecan yogurt and it worked very well. Thank you for posting!
I made some adjustments for dietary reasons and these are still DELICIOUS. I used soy yogurt and soy milk and applesauce instead of an egg to vegan-ize them. Also honey as a sweetener and mini muffins baked for 15 mins. yum!
very easy and fluffy! I used 1 mashed up banana and 1 chopped up apple. i only used 1/3 c sugar. I think with a bit more milk you could even use this batter for pancakes.