6 Reviews

Awesome! I've tried several different recipes and when I used your recipe my family said, "print this recipe, this is the best." Thank you, they are so picky!

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smilingsun1316 June 09, 2015

I am going to make these for bowling league and will put glaze on them love the light muffin taste i like to add chocolate chips to and i use a cream cheese glaze.. Best muffin love it...

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hippiechix September 23, 2013

Terrific Banana Muffins that are light as a feather! Thank You for posting this recipe! It made a quick meal along side scrambled eggs and cheese. My family gobbled them down! Please post more ideas like this one.

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DonnaTMann September 14, 2013

These were certainly easy to do. They were, however, a little too "cakey" for me. More like a dessert than a muffin. I added a bit of vanilla and a shake of banana essence. Very good and tasty but would be better as a cake I think.

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Tebo August 12, 2008

Easy & delicious for a quick morning breakfast!! I omitted the nuts due to personal preference and they turned out great!

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Mom2Rose December 29, 2007

I was just about to post this recipe myself. These are easy to make, and are definitely a dessert-type muffin. We thought they really just tasted like banana cake - not a bad thing at all, but if you want a denser banana muffin, this isn't the recipe to choose. These are very light, tender, and delicate in texture. I had to bake mine quite a bit longer than 20 minutes. I am thinking these would be good with a light glaze on top, which I just might try next time. :) Thank you

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Vino Girl January 29, 2005
Super Quick Banana Nana Nut Muffins