Banana-nut Muffins

"Moist and flavorful and not too sweet."
 
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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
18 muffins
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Grease 18 muffin cups.
  • (I like to shoot a bit of Pam or other non-stick spray in muffin/cupcake paper liners).
  • In large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt.
  • With pastry blender cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
  • Stir in walnuts.
  • In blender or in food processor, process bananas, milk, eggs and vanilla just until bananas are chopped.
  • Add banana mixture to flour mixture; and stir both mixtures until well blended.
  • Bake until muffins appear golden and toothpick inserted in center of muffin comes out clean, 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Immediately remove muffins from pan.
  • Serve warm, or cool on wire rack to serve later.

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Reviews

  1. lanemaloriyahoo.com
    this is my all time favorite banana-nut muffins to make at home!...I use splenda instead of regular sugar and it still taste AMAZING thank you for this great recipe!!
     
  2. shezashark
    This recipe was wonderful, I cut back on the sugar and added the maple syrup and a dash of freshly grated cinnamon stick and also 2 tblsp sour cream for added moisture and topped them with some finely crushed walnuts for appearance and they came out wonderful, a keeper for sure
     
  3. homeschool mama
    So yummy! So easy! I used unbleached white whole wheat flour. I also used only 1/4 amount of sugar and added about 2T. pure maple syrup to the wet ingredients. Made mini muffins and the kids couldn't get enough! New family fave!
     
  4. mommyoffour
    Very moist muffins. DD made these for us to take camping. Delicous. Thank you for sharing with us.
     
  5. Chef Islandsurf
    This was a great recipe to follow. Had to use pecans instead of the walnuts due to the fact that there was no walnuts in the pantry. Still came out good. Would use riper bananas and three instead of just two. Would make it moist also.
     
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  1. Chef Islandsurf
    This was a great recipe to follow. Had to use pecans instead of the walnuts due to the fact that there was no walnuts in the pantry. Still came out good. Would use riper bananas and three instead of just two. Would make it moist also.
     

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I live in the San Francisco area and love it here. I discovered Recipezaar (then Food.com..Genius Kitchen) in 2001 and have been so happy to have my favorite recipes stored safely here. I am mother to 7 and grandmother to 7. I love to knit, smock, sew, etc., but my favorite hobby of the moment is traditional rug hooking. This is a sample of what I do.? It's called "November".? I dyed most of the wool myself. It is made from wool flannel, cut into strips a little less than 1/4" and then worked into a linen backing. This is my 3rd rug.
 
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