December 8, 2014

Everyday Banana Muffins

Delicious one-bowl banana muffins. Less than ten minutes from start to oven!

So, I like banana bread.

I have two different recipes on this blog, both of which I love love love, and several recipes of banana bread variations (our all-time favorite being these blueberry banana muffins).

But this one is my go-to recipe. When I don't have a KitchenAid mixer or any extra ingredients like sweet potatoes or pineapple.

You can make them in one bowl, there aren't any weird ingredients, and you'll have them in the oven in less than ten minutes.

They're perfect every time.

Seriously, this is a good recipe to have in your arsenal. I can't believe I haven't ever shared them on here before.

Delicious one-bowl banana muffins. Less than ten minutes from start to oven!

Everyday Banana Muffins
(adapted from Williams-Sonoma Muffins Cookbook)

Makes 12 muffins

3 very ripe bananas, mashed
1 egg
1/4 cup plain or Greek yogurt or sour cream
1/4 cup oil
3 Tablespoons milk or buttermilk
1 Tablespoon vanilla
1 1/2 cups flour
3/4 cup sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1/4 tsp salt


Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Grease a muffin tin and set aside.

In a mixing bowl, whisk together the mashed bananas, egg, yogurt/sour cream, oil, milk and vanilla. Pour the flour and sugar on the top of the mixture then sprinkle on the soda and salt so they aren't touching the liquid part. Whisk everything together, just until smooth.

Divide the batter between the 12 muffin cups (you can fill them all the way up to the rim) and bake for 20 minutes or until the tops are a deep golden-brown and they spring back when you gently press the tops.

Let cool slightly and serve. Especially with a smear of raspberry jam.

Delicious one-bowl banana muffins. Less than ten minutes from start to oven!

20 comments:

  1. Kyle as been on a huge muffin kick everyday this last month! We're definitely going to have to give these a try! Especially since we all LOVE Willams-Sonoma recipes over here!

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  2. Fantastic!, I so love your blog. The food looks amazing and delicious. I wanna try making that recipe. By the way thank you for sharing your recipe and for being so generous. I hope you could also visit my site, more fun stuff that you would actually love. Enjoy! Selamat tidur..

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  3. Made these for breakfast this morning--so quick to whip up, and they came out delicious! 17 minutes in my oven was just right. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. Thank you! Loved this recipe. Great way to use up old bananas and it's so quick and easy.

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  5. I just made these this morning, and the family is enjoying them right now. They are delightful. I added walnuts and cinnamon sugar to the top. Thanks so much! This will be my go to muffin recipe

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  6. Can i make banana bread instead of muffin? My muffin doesn't rise always so little scared. What do you think?

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    1. Absolutely! But it won't rise any differently as bread than a muffin, I don't think. Good luck!

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  7. I just made these muffins and they are absolutely delicious. I added a little bit of cinnamon and chocolate chips for fun. Loved how quick and easy the recipe is. Thanks for making my morning more delicious:)

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  8. So I had four bananas GoneBad! So they had to be SAVED and so banana bread it is! I found this recipe on PINTEREST and it is in the oven now! Can't wait to see how they come out because I had no Greek or Plain Yogurt so I substituted with Activia Strawberry Flav.... we shall see in 20 mins!! I am sure they will be DELISH! TYSVMFS :)

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  9. I am definitely going to give this recipe a try. Easy enough with ingredients you'd typically have on hand. Love how you gave 2 options for 2 of the ingredients.

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  10. I'll definitely will try this recipe today, but I'd like to ask: why are we supposed to only whisky it until smooth instead of completely mixed? Thank you so much for sharing it!

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  11. I have made a lot of muffins in my life, this is one of the best. It turned out perfect
    and they had peaks. Husband loved them. Recipe is a keeper. Thank you. I made by hand
    and use a whisk just to blend all ingredients.

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  12. Do you know how many calories per serving these are?

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  13. These were a hit with my boys and even husband. Everyone loved them the first time I made them. I did make few changes however and they're still a hit. I used apple sauce instead of oil, oatmeal flour instead of regular flour, added chopped walnuts, and used less sugar. These have been my go to breakfast or snack item. Thank you for the great recipe.

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  14. I, wondering what type of oil you normally use?

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    1. Just vegetable oil, usually. I've used coconut oil too, which is great!

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  15. These are so incredibly good. This is now my go to muffin recipe! I use half all purpose flour and half whole wheat flour to make it perfect for me. Thank you so much!

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  16. Hi! I've made these a few times and absolutely love them! I am working on a post for my blog and have included the ingredients list with a link back to you for the full recipe/instruction. Thanks for sharing!

    Jenn @ jenni-bakes.com

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  17. Sounds wonderful! Any chance I can use butter instead of oil?
    Love your website and recipes! Thanks

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