Prep Time: 20 mins
Ripe Banana: 1
Butter: 1 stick / 1/2 cup
Sugar: 3/4 cup
All purpose Flour: 1 3/4 cup
Baking Powder: 2 teaspoons
Milk: 1/2 cup
Chocolate Chips: handful
Beat butter, sugar and banana until smooth. Add the egg, milk and beat it well. Sieve the all purpose flour with the baking powder and keep aside. Add the sieved flour and mix the whole thing until absolutely smooth. Mix in the chocolate chips and walnuts. Scoop the batter into the greased muffin tray or into the muffin paper liners. Make sure the muffin tray pockets are only 3/4th filled to prevent overflow. Sprinkle a few oats to get a nice toasty feel to the muffin.
Pre-heat the oven to 350° F. Bake until the muffins rise up fully and the center comes out clean when poked with a knife. Enjoy it as an evening snack or as a breakfast t0 go.
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yummy muffins...looking very pretty too...ReplyDelete
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wonderful..this is how my daughter likes it..:-)with chocolate chips..ReplyDelete
Awesome looking muffins! Love the chocolate chip on the inside and oats on the top. :)ReplyDelete
I love any thing with chocolate chips..and the banana choco combo is simply unbeatable:)ReplyDelete
I love banana breads and any cake that has banana flavour.....urs has come out perrrrrrrrrfect..i also end up using all the over ripe bananas into cakes as such:)ReplyDelete
Muffin looks perfect, nice pic too...ReplyDelete
I end up in making banana bread too and never thought of adding choco chips..nice!ReplyDelete
wow kandittu kothi akkunnu....ReplyDelete
Lovely muffins..perfectly bakedReplyDelete
looks really beautiful and so perfect...ReplyDelete
Muffin looks perfect and yummy.ReplyDelete
Yummy muffins.. looks perfect and delicious..Awesome job!!ReplyDelete
The perfect muffins....delicious!ReplyDelete
I think its high time i bought a muffin tray..my muffins don come up well...ReplyDelete
They look so divine...loved it..ReplyDelete
they're my all time favourites!!! they loks delicious and perfect with the oats topping!!!ReplyDelete
Ingane kothipichu kollalle..Adipoli ayitundu...ReplyDelete
yummy yum yum...looks so mouth-watering my dear:)ReplyDelete
Wow..banana with chocolate chips...I would love to have those muffins for breakfast...looks so moist and good :)ReplyDelete
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Truly delicious n iam drooling :D they appear to be so wonderful .Love that combo of banana n chocolate chip,a well deserved try.ReplyDelete
Lovely muffins..and nice clicks.ReplyDelete
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muffins came out perfect and are too tempting.ReplyDelete
Pictures are just gorgeous enough to speak about the muffins!ReplyDelete
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adipoli muffins...love the kerala recipes!!! first time on your space...will be back soon...ReplyDelete
Yummy muffins with tasty filling. :)ReplyDelete
Wow.. the muffins looks great.. So puffy and cute. I have never tried a muffin so far.. so let this be the first one I try. :)ReplyDelete
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Good recipe and loved the snapshots!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful pics! They look perfect..ReplyDelete
Congrats on your award and thanks a lot for sharing it with us :)
I live in Portland. I love chocolate chips and typically buy from outside and eat. This looks like a good one to try. Thanks for posting.ReplyDelete
delicious muffins & excellent presentation!! congrats on ur awardsReplyDelete
WOW ...never knew we could do this at home..this is my constant snack at Barista. CCD and the Costa's... i can never get enough of Muffins and Delicious Banana Muffins at that ....ReplyDelete
I have the choco syrup on the dish and serve the muffins split center wise . and with a cup of hot coffee..yummy!!! ') !!
Superb muffins. Thanks for sharing the award dears....ReplyDelete
congrats on the awards, dear, and thanks for sharing it with me! banana chocolate chip muffins look so delicious! lovely click too.ReplyDelete
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yummy muffins..lovely pics tooReplyDelete
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Yummy muffins. Perfectly baked. Congrats on ur award & thanks for passing to me as well.ReplyDelete
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Muffins look fantastic!ReplyDelete
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yummy muffins. love the stuffing idea.ReplyDelete
Wonderful muffins,looks perfectReplyDelete
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