Well I wasn't sure at first how these muffins would turn out with all of the chunky fruit in them. I had nothing to worry about though, they are wonderful! Oh so good and chock full of strawberries and bananas, I couldn't get a better muffin from a bakery! I will make these again and again, thanks for sharing the recipe crimson butterfly. Made for PAC Spring 2011.
These were great. I needed to use up some bananas and strawberries that were getting past their prime. My DS loves muffins for breakfast & it's a great way to up his fresh fruit intake. I had two bananas & a little less than the amount of strawberries called for in the recipe (so I figured it evened out). The only change I made was to puree all the wet ingredients (including the fruit) and baking time was only about 15-20 minutes, otherwise, they would've burned. They smelled heavenly, were moist & rose up nicely. I also sprayed the muffin papers before filling to ensure they wouldn't stick, which worked out great. He exclaimed they were "delicious" (I am allergic to strawberries, so I cannot attest to their flavor). Thanks for sharing, they're going on the regular rotation as I regularly freeze them for a quick breakfast; just thaw in the microwave for 30 seconds.
AMAZING!! Quick and easy to make...I used frozen strawberries and they turned out just fine. Very moist and light...could have eaten the whole batch in one sitting, that's how delicious they are :)