Banana Crumb Muffins


If I’m talking about “a few of my favorite things”, I certainly cannot forget my fix of banana bread desserts! I’ve mentioned before that my favorite type of sweets are muffins and coffee cakes; they are always the tasters I take the most of at Trader Joe’s! Unfortunately this week marked the end of winter break, so I decided to bake some banana muffins for advisory to help ease back into the school routine. Although I do enjoy time off for baking, relaxing, and morning exercises, I actually do find comfort in resuming the regular regime. But , I do wish that I could have more time to bake sweets like these incredible banana crumble muffins! I first tried this recipe as a banana bread loaf and I was so amazed to find how fantastic it tasted, I made the recipe in muffin form!  The muffins were sweet, light, and super moist–something I love about banana baked goods because although the cake tastes so buttery, it’s really not! For an extra special touch, I added a crumb/streusel topping to about half of the muffins (I would’ve added banana chips too, but I didn’t have any on hand). Enjoy!!!…I know I certainly did!

Recipe: Banana Crumb Muffins

***NOTE: In order for the muffins to look like gorgeous bakery-style goods, fill the muffin cups to the very top! (I regret not filling them more!)


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  1. Cindy, that is pretty aemsowe that you rode across the Golden Gate on your bike. I would imagine that to be quite the event! I hope the job works out for you, and that 2012 is a great year for you. Thanks for hosting this fun party each week. I don’t always get here but when I do it’s always great, and appreciated.

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