These Banana muffins are so easy to make warm muffins are ideal for a mid morning sweet treat with a cup of tea or coffe:)
This recipe needs ripe bananas -are more easy to mash and is packed full of sweetness and flavour.
Muffins are best eaten on the day but they freeze well too allow them to cool completely then pop in a freezer bag and you can freeze for up to 2 months.
Defrost at room temperature for about 2 hours and you can warm in a low oven 5-10 min.
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250 g plain flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
130 g sugar
75 g butter chilled and grated
175 ml milk
2 medium sized ripe bananas peeled
Preheat oven to 180°c
Line a 12 hole muffin tray with paper muffin cases.
Sit the flour baking powder and cinnamon into a large bowl and stir in the sugar and grated butter.
Stir to coat the butter in the flour mixture.
Beat together the egg and milk and stir into the bowl until just blended.
Dont over mix - it should still be lumpy..
Cut 12 slices from pne of the bananas then mashed the remainder with the other banana.
Fold the mashed banana into the mixture and divide the mixture between the paper cases.
Top each with a slice of banana.
Bake for 20 to 25 minutes until risen golden and firm to the touch.
Serve warm or cold.
tip: I brush a little with apricot jam over them. (optative)
MUFFINS DE BANANAS
Estos muffins de banana o plátano son fáciles de hacer y rápidos.
Además quien no tiene plátanos por vencer o muy maduros en la casa?
Siempre me ha parecido curioso que por ejemplo los plátanos son tan baratos comparados con otras frutas que son propias nuestras (peras manzanas duraznos etc) en todo caso el plátano es excelente por el potasio y sus vitaminas.
Y a la mayoría de los niños les gustan.
Estos muffins son deliciosos recien hechos y tibios pero tambien se pueden congelar sin ningun problema hasta dos mes en el freezer (para colaciones)
Esperar que se enfrien y luevo ponerlos en bolsitas plásticas y cuando se quieran usar sacar dos horas antes y dejar a temperatura ambiente.
Si se quieren tibios poner al horno unos 5 a 10 minutos (calor bajo)
Esta receta está adaptada de una del sitio Good to know co.uk
250 grs harina sin polvos de hornear
1 cucharada de polvos de hornear
1 cucharadita de canela molida
130 gramos de azúcar
75 grs mantequilla bien fría y en trozos pequeños
175 ml de leche
2 plátanos medianos maduros
I really hate to boastDelete
but I am first with the most!
Pat will come and say
he was sleeping the evening away!
Looks wonderful, Gloria!Delete
We love anything made with bananas!
Thanks. Betsy I love bananas too!Delete
Look delicious, Gloria. Your tea pot and cup are so pretty! xoReplyDelete
Thanks Barbara yes I love this is a teapot set with his own cup.:)Delete
Oh yum. These look so good. Thanks so much for sharing. Tengo hungry. hehehe:)ReplyDelete
Gloria, your banana muffins look great, I like the idea of the slice banana on it.ReplyDelete
Hope you are having a fabulous week :)
Pfft to Betsy is all I have to sayReplyDelete
She will go into the dirt at my bay
And the cat enjoys a muffin or ten
Here at his den
Although bananas alone
Blah is Pat's tone
Pero que re-buenos son los muffins de plátano, te quedaron riquisimos!!!!ReplyDelete
These sound wonderful. I have never tried banana muffins before, but after seeing these I will have to give them a try.ReplyDelete
Perfect for breakfast, yummy!ReplyDelete
Thanks Tamara yes is nice for breakfast:)Delete
Love banana in bakes. Muffins look so yummReplyDelete
Muffin looks wonderful,Gloria. I love banana muffins and I love your tea set.ReplyDelete
Estupendos, se ven geniales.ReplyDelete
A perfect weekend breakfast. What a treat xReplyDelete
golosiiii da morire passane un paioooooReplyDelete
Alright, Gloria, I need you to move to the east coast of the States please. I can't take it anymore. These goodies are just to much for me to see everyday! Either that, or you're going to have to start mailing me some care packages =PPPPReplyDelete
Banana muffins sounds wonderful! And yes, great with a cup of warm tea!ReplyDelete
mmm mmm mm those look so good and moist......i want one for breakfast....ReplyDelete
mmmm...que rico! los voy a hacer...acá a los hombres les encanta el platano asi que sera genial =)ReplyDelete
te cuento que tengo a mi chancho enfermo en casa...le dio gripe y el doc le dijo que no fuera a clases hasta el lunes..asi que aqui estamos entre aguitas de hierba con limon y miel, remedios y alejandome un pokito para no contagiarme...aunque estoy super bien para todo el tiempo que ha estado aqui conmigo =)
como estas tu y tu family?
Que pena que tengas a tu chanchi enfermo espero que se mejore pronto.Delete
Aqui tuve a la Espe toda la semana enferma hoy fue al colegio!
Que tengas un buen weekend!:)
Oh, we're both in a muffin mood today. Too bad we can't sit together and drink coffee and share our muffins. Yours look great, I love that banana on the top!ReplyDelete
Its true I would be happy to share with you muffins lolDelete
I will see yours soon:))
yummy! perfect for a snack!ReplyDelete
Rien de tel qu'un bon muffin aux bananes fait maison, c'est si bon.ReplyDelete
Merci beaucoup Isabell:)Delete
Perfect for an afternoon tea...ReplyDelete
i muffin con le banane non li ho mai fatti....ma devono essere veramente favolosi....da provare....un bacio stefyReplyDelete
I love that caramelized banana in the center!ReplyDelete
Is with the apricot jam, I love too Only I brush a little!:)Delete
It is a while ago i made muddins and these look so temptinly delicious.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love your pictures and your recipes.ReplyDelete
Love those, Gloria. What a cute idea to stick a piece of banana on top!ReplyDelete
Gloria, I love muffins...and so does my better half! These banana muffins not only look good, but the recipe would solve our ongoing problem with overripe bananas that we don't know what to do with... Take Care, Big Daddy DaveReplyDelete
Thanks David, tell laurie about these muffins are nice and easy!Delete
Hi Gloria: I'm just catching up with my blogging friends after an intense week at the new library. I'd love to join you for a cup of tea and these delicious looking muffins!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Bonnie I congrats you again by the Lybrary look amazing!Delete
These look amazing! I have been craving every banana dessert I've ever heard of recently and now I want these muffins! YUM!ReplyDelete
QUÉ LINDA LA FOTO DEL HELADO GLORIA Y TAMBIÉN LAS DE LOS MUFFINS. SEGURO QUE SE HACEN EN UN DOS POR TRES Y SON UNA DELICIA PARA TODA LA FAMILIA. BESITOSReplyDelete
son super fácilers Pamela e ideales para cuando uno tiene esos plátanos maduros, quedan super buenos, gracias por venir, besosDelete
I can definitely enjoy a good banana muffin. Delightful!ReplyDelete
Oh, the bunny! SO beautiful! I love that it's all white and has those floppy ears! Aw...so cute!ReplyDelete
Yes is really beauty thanks betsy yes I love her ears too LOLDelete
Has 1 month and half but you know how grow!:)
Muffins make everything better!ReplyDelete
Thanks Duckie I love muffins too!Delete
these look wonderful and love your tea sets and back yardReplyDelete
Thanks Rebecca I think look really gree (the yard) because we are in Spring!Delete
WOW!!!! Hanno un aspetto favoloso!!!ReplyDelete
Grazie Giuliana and welcome!!Delete
These muffins look absolutely fantastic! with that beautiful little bit of banana on the top - perfect!ReplyDelete
I love everything with bananas, Gloria Dear! I usually use buttermilk instead of egg,though.ReplyDelete
Um yum yum – looks like a great, healthy meal for this warmer weather.ReplyDelete
Gloria, I don't know how you do it, always come up with such great baked good, and beautiful photos of them! I love all you headers too! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
These look delicious Gloria!ReplyDelete
These look delicious and I love the banana on top of each one - so cute!ReplyDelete
These look so moist and wonderful, Gloria! I love banana muffins :)ReplyDelete
What a cute bunny! I love it! Her new pet is just adorable, Gloria =)ReplyDelete
This looks delicious Gloria ~ And I love your new header picture ~ReplyDelete
look yummy nice gloriaReplyDelete
Looks delicious. Simple recipes like these are often the best!ReplyDelete
Me encantan de platano! probaré tu receta, se ven deliciosos.BesosReplyDelete
I love banana sweets. These look wonderful.ReplyDelete
Delicious! I will save this recipe!ReplyDelete
Dear Gloria, I apologize but I did not thank you for your comment on G+ about italian polenta. I'm a new blog addicted and I still don't know how the internet relations work. So I thank You know. I'm glad to follow your beautiful blog with all the particular recipes. If you want you can come and see my blog here http://ilcastellodipattipatti.blogspot.it/ the castle doors are open for friend. See you soon.ReplyDelete
bananas are one of my favourite things to bake with. Love the slice of banana on top - yum!ReplyDelete
Que buenos datos has entregado para las colaciones. Mi hijo anda re malo para servirse plátanos, así que esta alternativa me gustó :)ReplyDelete
super yummy muffinsReplyDelete
These look very tasty, especially with the banana slice and glaze on top!ReplyDelete