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I actually got this recipe from another source, but I've made them several times, and they're awesome! Great flavor, nice and moist! Great warm from the oven, cold, or reheated for a few seconds in the microwave! Kids LOVE them too! A must try, definitely!

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ciao March 20, 2002

They were delicious. I threw all the wet ingredients in the blender (bananas included. Easy to make, and they stay lovely annd moist. Thanks for this great recipe. It will become an family favourite.

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mimi5fun December 22, 2002

Very simple recipie which made muffins that are moist and tasty enough to compete with the muffins I've been buying in the natural foods store on the way to work. These did not come out dry or dense. Delicious... I have to go eat another.

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elizam August 12, 2002

This is a update, enjoy: I´ve now made this muffins twice because the yare so good!! The second time they where even better and I frooze most of them so that I wouldn´t eat them all at once. and i just had one and it was just as moist as when it was freshly baked. these ar ea definite winner in muffins heaven!! I made the procedure even simpler this time: egg,bananas, oil, sugar and salt goes in the food processor and is mixed until smooth. flour,cacao, baking powder and soda is sieved and stirred together with chocolate chips in a bowl. then i just pour in the banana batter into the flour mix and fold til the mixture is smooth. soooo simple and sooooo good!!

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MarieFromSweden December 21, 2002

Yum! These were excellent, of course they are excellent, one of my favorite flavor combinations, double the chocolate. How could they be bad? I'm going to save this one for a potluck at work, I don't think we can take another weekend of stuffing ourselves with chocolate studded muffins!

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Miss Erin June 17, 2002

Awesome, awesome, Awesome! Followed the recipe exactly (used 3 medium ripe bananas) and got 19 normal-sized muffins. Thanks for a great recipe. Can't wait to eat another one w/a glass of cold milk! Very chocolatey and moist too.

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Musical Joy February 24, 2003

These are so good! I did make a few minor changes. I used whole wheat flour and this is one recipe where they are so so moist, it really didn't affect the texture, and you couldn't tell. Also I only had 2 bananas (1 cup) so I had to sub 1/3 cup apple sauce. Had to bake for 26-27 minutes.

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mommymakeit4u August 31, 2011

These are delicious. I use whole wheat pastry flour, reduce the chocolate chips and sugar to 1/2 cup each and substitute applesauce for the oil to make these healthier. Also, mine only needed to bake for about 18 minutes. Will be making again!

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TheMcMahons July 07, 2010

WOW! What a great flavor combination! This is a terrific recipe. It was a big hit in our house today. The only thing I did differently was to skimp on the sugar a little (I usually do), used about 1/4 cup chocolate chips less, and added vanilla. Instead of muffins, I made 2 small loaves. They are absolutely delicious and the smell while baking is unbelievable. Most definitely will make this recipe again.

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GailS2 September 24, 2003

I love this recipe! I started subbing in a cup of whole wheat flour, and it made them a little more dense, but still incredibly moist. A great way to use up overripe bananas!

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kellib626 September 26, 2011
Double Chocolate Banana Muffins