This was very quick and easy to make! I used 2 bananas and added 1 tbsp flax seeds to make it a tad healthier. Sprinkled some chopped walnuts on top and baked for 18 minutes. The muffins were not sweet at all, which I don't usually mind, but I will probably use 1/3 cup of sugar next time just to add a little bit more sweetness.
These are great! I agree that a whole 20 minutes is not necessary. Thanks for that tip. I didn't thaw the blueberries, and it didn't seem to be a problem. Thanks for sharing this quick and easy recipe!
Oh man, I just made these amazing muffins for the second time. THe first time I made them I followed the recipe perfectly, and they turned out awesome. THe second time, I did cranberries (dried and rehydrated) instead of blueberries and added the zest of an orange, and a splash of vanilla. HEAVEN! Even my one year old twins love them!
A great recipe to use that 1 banana that is too ripe. I used fresh blueberries. Oven temp and time were perfect. Still moist and yummy on day 2. Will be a keeper at my house. Thanks for posting.
This makes a great easy muffin, however I used 3/4 cup sour cream instead of milk and a teaspoon of vanilla. An too advice of other to add more sugar. They were a hit and all gone by evening.
Super easy! I used my Magic Bullet to mix the egg, milk and banana in, added it to the dry ingredients with oil and folded everything together. Nice texture, not too sweet, great for a Sunday morning before church.
My 16 month old loved them, but I didn't think they were that great. Not much flavor and after 17 minutes (it said to bake them for 20) I suddenly smelled them burning :(
Wonderful little muffins! I used the Heart Healthy Bisquick to make these and followed the recipe exactly. They were perfect, pleasing to the eye as well as the tummy! My family enjoyed them and I will be making these again.
Wonderfully moist and delicious muffins. Thank you for sharing.