And most importantly since I had Kids in the Kitchen they simply had to throw in some chocolate chips! My sous chefs had a blast folding in the ingredients, mashing the bananas and throwing in the chocolate chips (in the mouth)
Kid-o-meter: Certified as "yummy" !
Wholewheat Banana Oat Muffins-
1 1/2 cup wholewheat flour
1 cup oats
3 medium sized bananas mashed
1/2 cup sugar
1tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
3/4 cup milk
1/3 cup olive oil (or vegetable oil)
1tbs salted butter
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees C.
- Combine all the dry ingredients -flour, oats, sugar, baking powder, soda together.
- In another bowl beat the egg, stir in milk, oil, butter and vanilla. Add the mashed bananas and combine thoroughly.
- Stir the flour mixture into the banana mixture until combined.
- Grease the muffin trays and pour in the batter.
- Bake at 160 C for 15 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
nice muffin recipe. I love choco chips in itReplyDelete
Did u bake these muffins? Shirl, they look so yummy! Think u can set up a bakery soon... Hahaha! Have a great week, dear!ReplyDelete
perfect muffins love the shapeReplyDelete
Those looks so good! :)ReplyDelete
Oh yum! These look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Looks great. They are so lofty...just the way I like muffins. Happy Reveal Day!ReplyDelete
Great looking muffins and I love that they're healthier.ReplyDelete
If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my Group 'A' SRC entry: Crunchy Fudgy Heart Bites and my Group 'D' entry: Health(ier) Peanut Brittle
Cook Lisa Cook
WOW!!!! what a fabulous recipe and that photo is amazing!ReplyDelete
Yum! I love this recipe, good choice :) You can never go wrong with a banana muffin! glad it turned out good with the all whole wheat flour!!ReplyDelete
I need to start substituting out all-purpose flour for whole wheat. These look great!ReplyDelete
I haven't baked any banana bread or banana muffins in a long time. Maybe I should change that.ReplyDelete
Here's my group D post today if you haven't had a chance to check it out. http://www.koreaforniancooking.com/2012/02/secret-recipe-club-hungarian-paprika.html
Beautiful click, I do substitue, whole wheat and other flours all the time, as I do lot of baking, I feel guilty to use APS every time, this looks gorgeous, nicely chosen for SRC, Great your kid loved it, healthy way to start a day!, I Love the photo shoot very much, do visit me when you have time.., I am in group BReplyDelete
Looks like a filling and yummy breakfast item to have on hand. I think my family would love them.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful and healthy muffin!!ReplyDelete
Scrumptious looking muffins, yum!ReplyDelete
these muffins have a nice rise to them. I love that. hate flat muffinsReplyDelete
yummy looking muffins and linksReplyDelete
looking really nice and yumm too.book marked........MahaReplyDelete
nice space vth awesoem recipes.loved it..........
Went to make this, following the directions to the letter and realized you have the oven temp shown as 160 degrees, my oven doesn't even go that low! I tried 170, since that's the lowest it can go, but of course it didn't do anything. Set it to 375 and baked again and it was wonderful. Just thought you might like to correct that :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for trying this recipe and getting back. Sorry for the mix-up. You see at this side of the globe we have our ovens set in Centigrade not Fahrenheit. That's why the confusion!
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