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Banana Muffins



If you buy bananas, there’s a chance your fruit bowl will have some of these occasionally:


And possibly if you’re anything like me… they might be even a little browner. Ok a lot. But you get the idea. Now I do two things with ripe bananas. One is I chop them up and freeze in a zip lock bag to use in smoothies. Two is I bake with them.


Now this recipe has to be the easiest banana muffin recipe in the world. No exaggeration. The other thing about this recipe is that it is extremely kid friendly. It’s one of those dump and mix recipes.


Banana Muffins


Ingredients:


1 1/2 C SR Flour
1 C Sugar
3 Ripe Bananas
4 Tbs Butter/Spread/Marg
4 Tbs Milk
1 Egg


Method:


Preheat the oven to 180C. Add all the ingredients to a bowl and using a stand mixer or handheld mixer combine on a low setting. I don’t even chop up the banana I just break it into pieces and let the mixer do all the work. Once all the ingredients are combined (you can still have a few lumps of banana) divide amongst 12 muffin holes or if you want to make mini muffins you can make about 30 – 40 depending how generous you are with the mix. I use a large ice cream scoop for the regular muffin size and a truffle sized ice cream scoop for the mini muffins. You can also add chocolate chips for a variation. Cook for 18 minutes in a 180C oven for regular muffins or about 10 minutes for mini muffins.


And you should end up with something like this…




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4 Responses to “Banana Muffins”

  1. Lucy says:

    We make these. They are called, by my children, embarassingly, Manky Muffs. Cringe.

  2. Mrs Neurotic says:

    Don’t you remember where you got the recipe from m’love ;) I have the evidence LOL xx

  3. Chloe says:

    Got a batch of these in the oven. Would you believe the mountain man went out and bought 5 kilos of bananas after Cyclone Yasi in anticipation of the shortages?
    No idea what to do with the rest…

  4. Mrs Neurotic says:

    Awesome.

    Have you got a good blender? You can freeze them peeled and chop them up and add them to smoothies!

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