4 Reviews

These muffins were very tasty! They are especially moist. I used muffin liners which I think was a big mistake. I used 1/2 tsp nutmeg and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. They had a nice spice flavor to them. Thanks!

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merandmalmom February 25, 2008

I loved these! I added 3 chocolate chips per muffin. I wasn't a big fan of the nutmeg flavor, I'll be using cinnamon next time. I also sprinkled with a little powdered sugar before serving. Thanks for the great low far recipe!

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stylish_nicepants October 20, 2006

Since I was diagnosed with diabetes, I have been unable to find a banana muffin that even came close to the high fat, high calorie muffins that I love. These muffins came really close! I used the whole tsp of nutmeg, and might next time only use 1/2, or leave it out entirely. All in all, a delicious and easy recipe. I liked them even better for breakfast the second day. Thanks for such a great recipe!

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mumoftwo October 14, 2006

I love this basic recipe because it literally makes you itch to modify it and have fun with the ingredients. Very easy to make, and even easier to eat! The only substitutions I made the first time was half brown sugar and half granulated for the honey. I wanted that more upfront sweet taste from the sugar. I also had to bake the muffins for twice the baking time about 30 - 35 minutes in total. I think that may have been due to having more banana than the one cup in the recipe because I just mashed the bananas without measuring. My only grievance is that while the banana flavor was quite strong right after baking, by the next day it had disapated. They were still tasty but tasted a little bland.

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Cooking by Numbers August 27, 2005
Honey Banana Muffins