Chocolate Banana Muffins
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
Delicious and a family favorite!
So easy and yummy! My co-workers love them!
Love this recipe! My grandkiddos love these muffins!! I make mini ones and they bake for 15 minutes!
Tried this recipe and it was a bitter disappointment - too much baking soda and not enough sugar in the recipe.
Oh boy are these muffins ever yummy! They are moist and flavorful. I used milk chocolate chips because it's what I had and pecans because my husband doesn't like walnuts. The easily released from the pan using a butter knife to lift them out. The only bummer is that some of the chocolate chips on the bottoms of the muffins stuck to the pan, even though it was sprayed. These would be perfect in a lunch box, as an after school snack and most definitely for breakfast. As a TOH Volunteer Field Editor I definitely recommend this recipe.
I had to create an account just to review this recipe! I love love love these! The best banana muffins I've ever made.. I can't stay away.. So airy and fluffy! New favorite.. Love love love!!!
As a TOH Volunteer Field Editor, one of my roles is to test recipes and review them...Wonderful, easy recipe. I got 17 large muffins, I filled the tins almost full because we like larger muffins. I omitted the nuts and also, I had to bake a little longer because of the larger size.
These are fantastic!
Added about a half cup of fresh cranberries. Used regular brown sugar. Came out fantastic.
Very good, and I am not a fan of banana bread. Made as directed except used 3/4 cup packed brown sugar and about a 1/4 cup Splenda. I used mini-muffin pan and it made 48 muffins filling the cup to the brim. I like 'em to have a muffin top. I live in a very small town outside of Fayetteville, AR. Took them to our Senior Center and they were gone in no time! Several folks asked for the recipe.