Quick Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

"My nephew who does not like muffins ate these right up"
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12 muffins




  • Mix all ingredients together in large bowl.
  • Pour into greased muffin tins.
  • Bake at 400 for 15 minutes or until toothepick when inserted comes out clean.

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  1. I made these 2 times, once with chocolate chips and once with white chips and they are very good. They are moist and the chocolate really gives them a different flavor (not overly banana tasting...a favorite with kids :). I made the white chip ones into 6 Jumbo muffins and baked for about 25 minutes at 375*. I made the chocolate chip ones into 12 regular size muffins and needed a little longer than 15 minutes at 400*. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Not bad at all. I've never made chocolate chip muffins before and I was really craving either choc chip muffins or cake, but couldn't find a recipe I had all the ingreds for or one that fit my dietary needs. I really didn't feel like subbing soy milk for one with milk. I chose this one because it was the closest to what I wanted, and I had the ingreds. I subbed 1/4 cup Eggbeaters for the whole egg, and used close to 1/2 cup of sugar per another reviewer's suggestion, and used just over 1/8 cup of unsweetened applesauce, the remaining canola oil (I don't have veg oil). I also decided to add 1/2 tsp vanilla extract, which was nice, but not overwhelming. I used a cup of non-dairy semi-sweet choc chips and the banana I used was presliced/frozen and after I thawed in the micro for 30 secs on high and mashed, I had slightly more than a cup. At 400F, I had to cook these for 21-22 mins to get them done. Whatever was left of this recipe, I followed as directed. I used non-stick spray on my muffin pan and filled the empty 3 spaces with some water to protect the pan. I only got 9 muffins. They rose nicely, and were fluffy. Well-named, as banana is the first flavor with the choc chips in second and it's a nice flavor combo. Thanks for sharing! I'm also glad I took the advice and added a bit more sugar. This had a perfect balance for me of choc, banana, sweet, and tasty! Bf said these were pretty good, also. These will make a nice snack or possibly breakfast. They are great warm, after cooling over a wire rack in the pan for 10 mins. ETA: Added this to my Tried and Loved cookbook.
  3. The mix seemed really dry so I decided to add some milk . I also thought just 2/3 a cup a sugar was not enough so I used close to half a cup . THESE WERE AMAZING ! Very Fluffy ! I will be adding this to my recipe book , Thanks Leanne :O)
  4. very tasty muffins I shoulda went for low fat but oh well my nephew loved them. Great right out of the oven thnks :)


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