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Fiber One Banana Nut Muffins

Fiber One Banana Nut Muffins created by Sky Hostess

These are an adult healthy banana nut muffin, definitely not a kid friendly muffin. These are very dense. I found the original recipe on cooks.com but have changed it some to suit our tastes. We keep these in the freezer and then take a couple out and put them in the microwave for about 30 seconds to defrost. Sometimes for a little more sweetness I add some dried cranberries too!

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directions

  • Heat oven to 425F degrees.
  • In large mixing bowl place 1 cup Fiber One cereal and 1/2 cup milk. Mix in 2 to 3 pureed bananas and let stand 5 minutes.
  • After 5 minutes add all ingredients except for flour. Mix well.
  • Add flour and mix to even consistency.
  • Bake in greased muffin tins for 20 to 25 minutes until tops are lightly browned.
  • When done, loosen from muffin tin and let cool.
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"These are an adult healthy banana nut muffin, definitely not a kid friendly muffin. These are very dense. I found the original recipe on cooks.com but have changed it some to suit our tastes. We keep these in the freezer and then take a couple out and put them in the microwave for about 30 seconds to defrost. Sometimes for a little more sweetness I add some dried cranberries too!"
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  1. Sky Hostess
    Fiber One Banana Nut Muffins Created by Sky Hostess
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  2. ladypit
    I liked the end product of these, but had a few issues with them. I doubled the recipe and put the timer on for 20 minutes since that was the shortest time given and I figured that a doubled recipe would take longer. By the time the timer went off these were burned on top. Also, I used mini chocolate chips instead of the nuts and found that it was still not very sweet, without the chocolate chips I don't think my kids would have eaten them. That said, I really enjoyed the final product and would make these again, upping the sugar a bit and cooking for a shorter amount of time. Thanks so much for posting!!
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  3. ladypit
    I liked the end product of these, but had a few issues with them. I doubled the recipe and put the timer on for 20 minutes since that was the shortest time given and I figured that a doubled recipe would take longer. By the time the timer went off these were burned on top. Also, I used mini chocolate chips instead of the nuts and found that it was still not very sweet, without the chocolate chips I don't think my kids would have eaten them. That said, I really enjoyed the final product and would make these again, upping the sugar a bit and cooking for a shorter amount of time. Thanks so much for posting!!
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  4. Sky Hostess
    These are an adult healthy banana nut muffin, definitely not a kid friendly muffin. These are very dense. I found the original recipe on cooks.com but have changed it some to suit our tastes. We keep these in the freezer and then take a couple out and put them in the microwave for about 30 seconds to defrost. Sometimes for a little more sweetness I add some dried cranberries too!
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