4 Reviews

These muffins are so yummy that I made them twice in two weeks time. I used a brown sugar substitute, 3 very, very ripe bananas and dried cranberries. I shared the first batch with my in-laws and they loved them. I took the second batch to work and my co-workers loved them too. No one could believe that there were Cheerios in the muffins. Oh, I used the multi-grain Cheerios. The muffins had just the right amound of sweetness, are super moist and are perfect with a cup of tea or coffee. I am going to make another batch, wrap them individually and freeze them so that I will always have breakfast even when I am in a hurry. Thanks for another wonderful recipe, Mom2Rose. I will be making these often in the future. Made for October 2012 Aus/NZ Swap.

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Crafty Lady 13 October 21, 2012

What a great lunchbox treat and a great way to use up some stale cereal. I subbed some mini choc chips for the raisins and the kids were stoked with these. Thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** June 03, 2012

Really good and healthy. Everyone was a fan in my house. My 3 and 1 year old each asked for seconds. Hubby said he would take this over banana bread with nuts any day. Will definitely be making again.

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lynnep March 06, 2011

These are so fast to whip up ! We have no Cheerios here so I used an alternative oat and bran cereal. I used sliced banana not mashed and sultanas and the result is great and will be terrific for the freezer and lunchboxes. I got 12 perfect muffins from this recipe.

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katew March 23, 2010
Cheerios Banana Raisin Muffins