If you’re looking for the best banana muffins, you’re at the right place. All of these muffin recipes are made using ripe bananas and recipes that my family loves.
These banana muffin recipes are similar but unique in their own way. If you like muffins and banana flavor, each of these great recipe options will have you loving every single bite.
You’re going to have to make them all to decide which one you like the best!
If you’re going to add a topping to these muffins, make certain to let them cool completely so that it doesn’t melt off.
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How do you know when muffins are done baking in the oven?
The easiest way is to have a toothpick inserted in the middle of the muffin. Once it’s removed from the center and comes out clean, you’ll know that it’s time to pull the muffins from the oven as well.
Depending on the cooking time for your muffin you might have to check this a few times. For a 30 minute recipe, I tend to check every 2 minutes once the initial timer has gone off.
How do you make a homemade crumb topping for muffins?
Adding your own crumb topping is so simple! You just need to combine brown sugar and melted butter into a large bowl to make up your wet ingredients. Depending on how much crumb topping you’re going to add, you can do a 1/2 cup of each, or 1/4 cup is fine, too.
Once the muffins get to room temperature, you can add on your crumb topping and enjoy. It won’t harden up, but it will add a sweet taste.
You can also add the crumb topping onto the top of the muffins before you bake them. This is a fun way to get a different texture on the top of the muffins.
Best Banana Muffins
If you're looking for the best banana muffins, don't miss out on these great muffin recipes.
These are not your usual muffins – there is no flour involved whatsoever, making them fab for those who need to follow a gluten free diet. Porridge oats are used instead of flour – just make sure that you use a gluten free baking powder.
Make certain to mix the dry ingredients well so that you don’t have clumps of wheat flour or other added ingredients. Stir in the wet ingredients and pop in the oven. These are all going to turn out great.
Do you have a muffin recipe that you’re looking forward to make?