Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins

I may not have a sweet tooth, but I can never turn down a fresh muffin. Something about their consistency and texture make them perfect. And even though I am trying to learn to love fruit its its stripped and naked form – I’m solidly convinced the banana made to be in muffins and breads. It has to be my favorite muffin flavor of all time, with blueberry coming in a close second. I made these muffins back when I received a sample of coconut oil to try out as one of my test recipes. Next time, I’m going to add some coconut flakes to really kick up the coconut flavor.

Sorry if all the posts seem short lately. Summer is catching up with me and it seems like I never get 5 minutes to myself to organize my thoughts. *whine whine whine* but I do have some neat features coming soon! I just programmed the recipe index to work the way I want so now I just have to fluff it up a bit before it goes live on here. I realize this news is not nearly as exciting to you as it is to me – sorry! But as a designer/programmer, I’m happy. :D

Comments

  1. RavieNomNoms says

    Oh my goodness Kita! Every time I come here you manage to make me drool! WOW…Your muffins look absolutely yummy and delicious. I am the same way as you as well. I would much rather enjoy something salty than sweet, I don’t have much of a sweet tooth…but I can NEVER seem to turn down a muffin haha. What is that?

  2. says

    I love that these were made with whole wheat flour. How did the coconut oil do? Did it make a difference to the texture?

    • Kita says

      I dont feel like it changed the texture at all, nor did it add too much to the flavor. I was actually shocked by its subtleness.

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