Chocolate & Banana Muffins (eggless)

Banana and chocolate muffins
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Quick, easy, light and delicious equals one of my all-time favourite recipes! Plus there is no mixer required -just a bowl, a fork and a spoon.

These muffins are super delicious with that little taste of banana in them -not to overpowering so the kids won’t like them- but enough to make them healthier and super soft. It’s also a great way to get a little bit of fruit into the kids without them even realizing it! I usually make these for birthday parties as well, as they work brilliantly as tiny muffins too.

For the mini muffins, follow the exact same recipe except the time in the oven. They will only require 9-11min in the oven.

This recipe required about 4-5 big bananas. I usually mash them and then measure them. For the best result, use the slight brown/soft bananas. They are sweetest and easiest to mash.

If you have silicone muffin moulds or a muffin tray, line the moulds with cupcake liners before filling and baking. If you don’t have the moulds -don’t worry. The cupcake liners are enough. I just prefer to use the moulds as they keep the muffins from “flattening out” while baking.
If you plan on making muffins more than once, I recommend getting some. They are available on or in your local household store

Yield: This recipe makes approx. 15-18 medium sized muffins or 50 tiny muffins



Start with preheating your oven to 200 degrees celcius

Step 1

In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients; flour, caster sugar, cocoa, baking soda, vanilla sugar and choco chips

Step 2

In another bowl mash the bananas with a fork

Step 3

Then mix the mashed bananas with the milk, oil and butter

Step 4

Mix the dry ingredients into the wet. Mix until all the flour is dissolved and your muffin mixture is done.

Step 5

Line the cupcake moulds with cupcake liners and fill them ¾ with the batter. Make sure you don’t fill them to the top as they will rise in the oven.

Step 6

Bake the muffins in the middle of your preheated oven for 15-17min (or 9-11min for the tiny muffins) You will know they are fully baked by inserting a skewer (or the tip of a pointy knife) into the middle of the muffin. If the skewer comes out clean, it’s baked and it’s time to take them out of the oven. Please note: these muffins are full of chocolate pieces and if the skewer touches one of these, it WILL come out full of chocolate. The muffins could still be ready, so try a few different places and different muffins to be sure. Remember to wipe the skewer clean in between. They are absolutely delicious on their own but if they are for a themed birthday party, I recommend decorating them with butter icing and paper/ fondant decorations on top like this. Happy Baking!

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