15 Reviews

Wonderful recipe! These muffins are very moist - I probably used about 3/4 cup of banana because that is what I needed to use up. The flavour is great, not too sweet. My husband had one while still warm & complained that it had no flavour. But, once cooled they are really, really good & filling!!

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Debbb June 13, 2008

Awesome muffins, first time Ive made peanut butter muffins and I didnt know what to expect. They were very moist. I ran out of vegetable oil and subbed melted butter worked out fine. Next time I make these I want to try grinding the oats a little. I love the crumb topping, these muffins stay very moist for a few days. Mine baked up in 15 minutes. Thanks for a new taste experience.

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Calee February 10, 2008

This is one of the best muffins that I've EVER made! I left off the topping for calorie conservation; but didn't miss it! SOOO very good--tasty--and just the right amount of banana to peanut butter flavor. YUMMO! Made for Muffin Love in Cooking Photos.

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Caroline Cooks February 08, 2008

My kids loved these muffins. I added 1 cup of chocolate chips to the batter and I think that really put the over the top. Will be making these often.

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evelyn/athens July 14, 2003

We really enjoyed these muffins. I added about 2 tablespoons of ground flax seed, but thats the only thing I did. Otherwise made as is. These are delicious, and wonderfully moist. Thank you for posting! I will be making these again!

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kittycatmom February 02, 2014

These muffins are very light and fluffy and I really enjoy the topping idea. I think next time I will use a little more sugar - both in the muffins and in the topping - and a pinch of salt. This may be because I used natural peanut butter with no added salt or sugar. I very much like the flavour produced by the ratio of peanut butter to banana - the banana flavour is not too prominent. Thanks for a keeper.

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Shazzie September 30, 2013

I found these ok. Not very sweet, so I'm glad I added a few choco chips. Maybe I'll like them better once they cool, like Debbb said? Anyway, thanks for sharing!

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Chef Pollo April 02, 2013

Excellent recipe! I double it and used half milk and half greek yogurt. I also left off the topping and added chocolate chips. Super tasty and I loved how well they rose!!

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Ariellove17 August 20, 2012

Very yummy! It was the first time I was trying to make a quick bread with peanut butter and I must say, I'm impressed. However, I never found 1 tbsp of baking powder to work well, so I stuck to my usual - 1 tsp of baking powder, 1/2 tsp of baking soda. And because of the baking soda (it needs acidity), I replaced the milk with buttermilk. I made it into a loaf and baked about 40 mins.. I omitted the topping but it was still really yummy! Thank you so much!

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ObsessiveCompulsiveBaker March 02, 2010

I really enjoyed these muffins, but don't care for the topping. It tastes too much like raw oats to me. I'll definitely make these again, but with either no topping or a plain streusel topping.

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Saria June 28, 2009
Peanut Butter Banana Muffins