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These muffins are moist and delicious and take only a half hour to bake in the oven.

Source: Martha Stewart Baby, Spring
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  • sarahrosolen
    14 NOV, 2018
    i have been using this recipe for YEARS now... i use half the sugar (and add chocolate chips) and they get gobbled up and complimented every time! it also makes a lovely moist loaf, but needs to stay in the oven a bit longer, obviously. GREAT recipe!
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  • JohnFitz3975y
    15 FEB, 2018
    The muffins are in the oven and have my HI-Intensity LED flashlight piercing into the oven and inspecting the wonders to be at 350 Degrees @ 25 Minutes or more and I modified specified oil with peanut oil 1/4 cup and no sugar and one cup mine-chocolate chips and no egg and the batter was light yet substantive and 2 cups white flours, too.
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    • mpreovolos
      27 APR, 2018
      Turned our perfect! I used 1/2 cup of buckwheat flour and 1.5 cups original flour, and Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. Beautiful texture and delicious!
    • JohnFitz3975y
      1 MAR, 2018
      I just concocted with about 7-8 ripe bananas to more wet the batter and it filled nicely six large muffin pan and in the oven for 350 @ perfect 25min.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      21 FEB, 2018
      The wonders to be are really puffy in the oven and tempted to increase the wet of the batter with more peanut oil and did not and the muffins are not dry...
    • JohnFitz3975y
      21 FEB, 2018
      02/21/2018 11:49 AM Just concocted a redux of modified recipe though no mini-chocolate chips and big chips can give unexpected muffin bites...
    • JohnFitz3975y
      19 FEB, 2018
      I am enjoying hot chocolate concocted with Droste cacao and organic milk without sugar and spiced with cayenne pepper and a couple day old sealed in plastic container on the table chocolate banana muffin and muffin bite sweetens the spicy hot chocolate and is wonderful and Miss.Stewart must try and I am not kidding and MarthaStewart.com has increased the quality of my life.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      17 FEB, 2018
      I discovered the recipe with 'martha stewart banana muffins' query string and now querying all my recipes in such fashion and I recommend you do the same and there is strangely weird recipes amongst us... P.S. Women love the advertisement deals and I am not a price shopper.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      16 FEB, 2018
      P.S. I am not a pedophile, please, thank you, and excuse me!
    • JohnFitz3975y
      16 FEB, 2018
      I engaged a muffin-most perfect minus one, always with a mason jar of organic whole milk and glasses are always breaking and was firm and banana spongy and adult sweet enough and moist, too. Thank you, Miss. Steward.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      16 FEB, 2018
      "...one cup mini-chocolate chips.."
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I would enjoy reading Miss. Steward's opinion about Pier One Imports and I patronized yesterday as an act of home décor therapy and I love fashion, too.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I just butter-knifed loosened the muffins from the baking pan and the crumbs were chippy and crispy and light.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I just pulled the wonders to be out of the oven at perfect 25 and they are wonderfully brown and so I will let them steep for an hour.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I believe in Miss Steward because I enjoy homemaking and home décor and banana muffins and color and art, too.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I wish to edit comments and the review and not appear illiterate.
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I just checked the wonders to be have arisen and with nice browning tops...
    • JohnFitz3975y
      15 FEB, 2018
      I only added 1 Teaspoon vanilla, too.
  • onesaucy
    20 FEB, 2018
    I made a half recipe on National Muffin Day for my gluten sensitive daughter. I used 4 previously frozen overripe bananas I thawed first. For both types of flour I only used Bob's 1:1 gluten free. Kept all other ingred the same at half measure except a full egg. I added a full recipe of Lena's gluten free streusel on top. Used double the cinnamon and could still have used more! ;) These turned out delicious!!
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  • MS10017702
    22 SEP, 2017
    I have been using this recipe for years, my kids and husband love these muffins! It is a great way to use up many overripe bananas and they are easy to modify; if I feel like making them more of a treat I add chocolate chips and walnuts or if I want to get extra fiber and healthy fat I cut down on the sugar and add hemp hearts and flax meal. I usually use avocado oil or coconut oil in place of the canola just as it is my personal preference.
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  • gailpark1
    19 JAN, 2017
    These really were the perfect muffin! Not too light, not too dense and so easy to make. I followed the recipe, except I used 2 cups regular flour. Next time I'll add walnuts and maybe a very light glaze!
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  • gailpark1
    19 JAN, 2017
    These really were the perfect muffin! Not too light, not too dense and so easy to make. I followed the recipe, except I used 2 cups regular flour. Next time I'll add walnuts and maybe a very light glaze!
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  • danylemacdonald
    31 DEC, 2016
    This recipe is great! I've made this many times, it's my go-to recipe. Here are a few substitutions that have worked for me when I was low/out of ingredients: - used 2 very ripe bananas instead of 4. I had meant to halve the recipe to accommodate only having 1/2 the required bananas but forgot and it still turned out great! - used plain yoghurt instead of sour cream - used vanilla yoghurt instead of sour cream+vanilla - I always use 2 cups all purpose flour instead of 2 different kinds
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  • bakebawse
    20 JUN, 2015
    I've used lots of banana muffin recipes and they were either too dry or too wet. This one was perfect. I didn't have sour cream or plain yogurt so I used a container of strawberry Greek yogurt! I also subbed half of the canola with coconut oil! They were so good!!! My husband and daughter wiped them out and I only got two. It made 17 regular sized muffins instead of 12...bonus!
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  • MS12439710
    29 MAR, 2014
    This recipe is amazing I just made it and it is wonderful. I followed the recipe with one addtion to it. I added 1/4 cup milk thats all.
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  • Heather U
    16 AUG, 2013
    Tasty! Reduced the oil and sugar, used only 2 bananas, egg white, and Fage 0% Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, but they're terrific nonetheless.
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