Very Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

"These are the muffins that my teenagers request. I brought them to the airport when my son came home for winter break, at his request. One Christmas I gave baskets with a variety of muffins to co-workers & they liked these the best too, so it's not just a kid recipe."
photo by Kellogs photo by Kellogs
photo by Kellogs
photo by jagmichigan photo by jagmichigan
photo by fawn512 photo by fawn512
photo by Kellogs photo by Kellogs
photo by fawn512 photo by fawn512
Ready In:
18 muffins




  • Combine eggs, sugar, milk & bananas.
  • Combine flour, baking soda & baking powder & add to wet mixture, mixing thoroughly.
  • Add butter & finally the chocolate chips.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. Aramis83
    This is the best banana chocolate chip muffin recipe I've found. The crumb of the muffin is just right, moist and the perfect density. I only had half the recommended chocolate chips but the chip to muffin ratio is perfect. I think double the chips as called for in the recipe might have been overkill. We did regular size and also minis (baked for 12 minutes at 350). I did a double batch and froze some. They reheated very nicely. They're great for busy mornings: just grab out of the freezer and nuke for about 30 seconds for a delish warm treat. Will definitely be making again!
  2. meridi_24
    I love this recipe! I've made it many times now, these muffins are my daughters favorite, she likes to bring them to school for lunch and share with her friends. I made the recipe exactly like the directions and they turn out perfect every time, the only thing I did different is sprinkled some sliced almonds on top before baking but I only do that for my daughter because she loves almonds. I will definitely keep using this recipe.
  3. Ramona R.
    Easy recipe for anyone who Loves to make banana chocolate chip muffins...Yum yum
  4. Jc91804
    Loved this recipe, very easy to make! It made almost 30 muffins when I made it though, which is fine with me, more to share!! I will definitely make again!
  5. 1baytown
    These turned out great! Will be making them again. Thank you.


  1. natrein
    Loved the original recipe but this substitution made it so much better!! Add only 1 1/2 cups flour and make up the remaining 1/2 cup with cornmeal. Sounds weird, I know, but TRY IT!! Because of the texture of the cornmeal, add an extra tablespoon of milk and sugar.
  2. kanderso66
    Creamed the butter and sugar. Thoroughly pulverized the bananas. Basically added all liquid/wet ingredients together and thoroughly combined. Also, added some butterscotch chips (mixed choco and butterscotch).
  3. ToxicTeacaakes
    I'm a stickler for making recipes "by ink" first, THEN making changes.... usually.<br/><br/>This time I had to make an exception...<br/><br/>I made the following substitutions, knowing that if the recipe wonked out it wold be all my fault :) -- Coconut Oil in place of butter, Honey in place of sugar, and whole wheat flour in place of flour.<br/><br/>It was deliciouuusss!!! We were in heaven and I ate way too many. I'll have to make 'em agan by the ink, just to see how they're supposed to taste. Oh, so good! I'm easily keeping this recipe (and its new variants! for my aunt who can't eat gluten--yet she can eat whole wheat flour... go figure!)
  4. jagmichigan
    Everyone loved. Yum, yum, yummy. I added the 6 ounces of chocolate chips plus I had a tiny bit of mini chocolate chips that I added too and 1/2 cup chopped pecans. We ate them while they were still warm with a glass of milk. I also made 12 muffins, I baked them for an extra 5 minutes and they looked awesomed. Highly recommend! Made them again today using cinnamon chips instead of the chocolate chips and the house smelled so yummy and the muffins were great.
  5. ChefJessica
    These were awesome! I am always looking for ways to use up extra bananas, but have not found a good banana bread recipe. I think I will be making these from now on instead. I used four smallish over-ripe bananas, and about 2/3 cup mini chocolate chips. I also subbed hard margarine for the butter. I filled twelve muffin cups quite full and ended up with really nice sized, fluffy muffins.



Find More Recipes