Banana Weet-Bix Choc Chip Muffins

"I found this in a old issue of Delicious Mag, a great way to use up those crushed weetbix at the bottom of the box!"
 
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photo by The Flying Chef photo by The Flying Chef
photo by The Flying Chef
photo by The Flying Chef photo by The Flying Chef
Ready In:
31mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
12 muffins
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 180°C.
  • Grease a 12-hole muffin pan. Mash bananas in a bowl, then crumble in Weet-Bix and stir in the milk.
  • Set aside for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, beat together the eggs and margarine, then add to the banana mixture. Combine flour and sugar in a large bowl and add wet ingredients and choc chips.
  • Stir until just combined, then spoon into muffin pan and bake for 25 minutes until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.

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  1. International Jet H
    Fantastically easy recipe. My toddler enjoys these very much. I make them into teeny tiny cupcakes and pop them in her lunchbox for day care. Sometimes I substitute the choc chips for mixed dried fruit such as apricots and cranberries. She loves them either way - Me? I prefer the chocolate (of course!).
     
  2. The Flying Chef
    These are great and so quick and easy to make too.. I used 4 banana's as they were not that big, I also added 1 extra teaspoon of sugar as my banana's were not over ripe and sweet. Apart from those 2 small things I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out wonderful. They smelt gorgeous while cooking and I had everyone wanting one as soon as they came out of the oven. My son especially liked the choc chips in them. A nice muffin recipe and something a little different with the addition of the weet-bix. I will definitely make these again. I got 7 large muffins from this recipe made in a 6 hole texas muffin tin. Thanks for sharing Mandy
     
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  1. International Jet H
    Fantastically easy recipe. My toddler enjoys these very much. I make them into teeny tiny cupcakes and pop them in her lunchbox for day care. Sometimes I substitute the choc chips for mixed dried fruit such as apricots and cranberries. She loves them either way - Me? I prefer the chocolate (of course!).
     

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