Favorite Banana Chip Muffins
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
Definitely a keeper! Since my bananas were very ripe, I reduced the sugar to about 1/2 cup. Just right for my taste. I like cinnamon; the next time I make these (and I will make again!), I'll increase the cinnamon to 1/2 teaspoon. YUMMY!!
Been making these for many years and love them! I usually use a muffin top pan and go a little heavy with the bananas because I like the flavor and moistness. The only downside is that they don't save well. They get weirdly mushy on the top the next day. Otherwise, they can't be beat!
Made these with my daughter this morning. They are easy and delicious!
I had overripe bananas and the kids wanted chocolate chip muffins. This was a win! Yummy and easy! My 9 year old helped me make them!
Great recipe! My go to for muffins. Vlizzle in Colton’s defense the recipe did have Sugar in the Raw listed and called for 3 cups. They have changed it as they figured out this mistake. I too made the recipe knowing something was off and ruined a batch of muffins. It is corrected now but definitely was a bummer!
This is a great muffin recipe. I used mini chips because of personal preference. I would also like to comment on a post by "Colton on 10/18/2019". I don't know why this person is so upset. First of all, the recipe does NOT state "sugar in the raw", it simply states "sugar". If his muffins were "ruined" it was his own fault.
I looked up a recipe on google for chocolate chip banana muffins and yours the first recipe that came up. I followed the recipe not realizing that this was a different product then regular sugar. Since I dont have "sugar in the raw" my whole double batch of muffins were ruined! I am so angry!! This was for my elderly disabled aunt who I care for and wasted her food by following the recipe. I hate you guys for that. The recipe was on "taste of home" and it should have been clear that you should use "x" amount of sugar OR "x" amount of sugar in the raw. Baker beware. :-(
Wonderful! Easy to make and super moist, perfectly sweet. We made mini muffins (a batch made 41 of them) and baked for 12-13 minutes - they were golden with a little crisp around the edges and perfectly springy and moist and DELICIOUS!! I halved the cinnamon as I was worried they would taste like cinnamon (they don't at all) and we used 3 1/2 small/medium bananas. This is a keeper!!!
These were amazing, moist and delicious.. Until I finished eating it and ended up with a horrid aftertaste. Not sure if it's too much baking soda maybe? I followed the recipe to a T, minus a little bit of extra chocolate of course.
Wow what an easy recipe! I used mini chocolate chips instead of regular and added walnuts. It also took my oven closer to 23 minutes to cook through. But these little muffins are just delicious!