By Roberts44 on September 06, 2012
Photo by Julie loves baking
Photo by Julie loves baking
"I had some over ripe Bananas & wanted to make Banana bread, but couldn't find my loaf pans. I modefied this Banana Bread recipe, & ended up with the most fantastic Banana Muffins! My Husband (who's very picky), & son (just as picky), went nuts over these. Very good. The best part, is not having to slice up a loaf. Just peal off the cupcake papers & eat!"
Serving Size: 1 (990 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Outstanding! Quick and easy to make, you will always have most ingredients on hand. As a professional chef I only added a little vanilla to enhance the banana flavor - not a lot just a few drops. I also used 4 well ripened bananas I like to wait until the bananas are close to being black, trust me you will get the best banana flavor when you ripen them this way. To get the nice dome you must fill the cupcake paper to the top."
"So simple to make and absolutely delicious!!! Will make again and again!"
"So easy to put together yet it comes out so moist and delicious!!!!! I do recommended adding the (1 teaspoon or vanilla extract) even if the banana is ripe. Perfect taste, not overly sweet !"
"Really easy to make and delicious!!"
"I've used this recipe a half dozen times now. I sometimes add a few tablespoons of oats, flox seeds, and always a couple handfuls of nuts!"
"These have amazing texture and moistness. I have been using the recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook...you know...the classic red checked cookbook everyone gets as a gift when they get married? They always tasted ok, but had the texture of softballs. So I went online to find a better recipe. Somehow, of the hundreds of banana bread/muffin recipes out there, I found this one right away, tried it, and just made it a second time today. It will be my go-to recipe to use up over-ripe bananas. They are like CRACK! One reason I did not give it 5 stars is because it is missing a primary ingredient for baked goods - vanilla. Add one tsp of vanilla to your egg and banana mixture before mixing that with the flour mixture. It will make them 5 star. Also I love to add a hand full of mini-chocolate chips. I swear you'll eat the whole batch in a couple days. They are amazing."
"These came out great! Easy recipe! I added some vanilla, a pinch of cinnamon, and chocolate chip and peanut butter morsels."
"The perfect banana muffins! I did add one extra banana so not to have to throw it away and I used whole wheat flour. Also, I filled my silicone muffin pans all the way to the brim and topped them off with shredded coconut. Delish! My kids devoured them. Easy-Peasy!!!"
"I just tried this recipe and I had to make a few changes since I'm gluten-free. I added one more banana and egg, I used my gluten-free flour and I also added some cinnamon too it. They are amazing!!"
"Made this recipe today follow as written and they came out very moist and I got 16 muffins out of the..."
"This recipe was awesome!!! They came out very good! My kids just loved them!!! And they are not banana lovers."
"OMG these were so good. I followed the recipe as written other then I too used Splenda Brown Sugar as that is all I buy. I got 12 muffins. Everyone loved them. We enjoyed them warm and after they cooled."
"I followed the recipe with one exception. I used Splenda brown sugar instead of regular brown sugar. The muffins were amazing! I highly recommend this recipe."
"Very good! Light, moist, the right amount of sweetness...and just plain delicious!"