2 Reviews

The flavor is just wonderful. I used mace for the nutmeg and 3/4 tsp of cinnamon. I used 4 bananas, average sized, and when the batter was ready to bake it was very soft. I went ahead and baked as directed but they didn't seem done at the end of the longest baking time even they were small. I baked for 5 more mins, they were as done as they were going to be. Although the batter didn't look to wet the muffins turned out with an odd custard like texture (which DH seems to really love!). They are not heavy and dense but very moist and creamy inside. I should also say that I use 50% unbleached and 50% whole wheat flours. I'm not giving any stars because I doubt that they are supposed to be this way and whatever happened was my fault. DH is really happy though :D. Mmde for Photo Tag

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Annacia April 22, 2010

Great recipe!! Very easy to cut in half as well, which is what I did. I enjoy recipes where there is a nice large amt of over-ripe bananas to use up! I used whole wheat flour & only 1/4 cup Splenda. I didn't use nutmeg & added a few tbsp of mini choc chips. Baking time was right on. I made about 3 large muffins & can't wait to munch on them. Thanks so much for sharing.

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