Bananas don’t usually have a chance to get overripe at our house. Little man loves him some bananas, which has me getting them a few times a week. A few weeks back, we had three that were starting to look a little brown. I noticed on Sunday morning and knew it would be a great day for some baking.
I wanted to make muffins, so that we could share some with the neighbors, enjoy some at home and send some home with Nana. I also wanted to make muffins the kids would actually eat, which is why I included chocolate chips in the muffins.
This recipe is quick and easy, my kind of recipe. You can easily make them in one bowl or two, leaving for little clean up. As soon as they came out of the oven and had cooled a bit, we enjoyed a few. They are REALLY good warm!
I found these little containers left over from Thanksgiving. They easily fit three muffins, making them perfect for sharing with our neighbors. AG was also easily able to carry them across the street without worrying about a plate falling over because of course, she HAD to do it on her own! When AG delivered them to our neighbors, two were gone before we left their house. Now, that is a sign of a recipe that will be used over and over again!
Next time your bananas are ready for baking, give this recipe a try!