This is a great recipe – a tried and true favourite from the classic kiwi Edmonds Recipe Book.
I have been making this recipe for years, it is one of those rare ones that all 5 of us love! We often have bananas going brown in the bowl so if that happens we pop them in the freezer until we might feel the need to bake.
This is a great recipe to double, we often too and pop the second batch in the freezer, they are great to pull out for unexpected guests, for the kids lunch boxes or as a delicious warm pudding with ice cream!
Perfect either warm from the oven, cold the next day or two and great for storing in the freezer. Simply get them out for lunch boxes and they will be thawed by morning tea.
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Let me know if you try it – so easy and tasty too! 🙂
Hi! I’ve run out of baking soda… what would be the adjustment using self raising flour? I do have baking powder… thanks!
Just use 2 1/2 cups of self raising flour, and no baking powder or soda. Should be fine,
These muffins are easy and delicious! I followed the recipe to the letter (I’m not a baker…) and I thought the batter was a little dry but they came out perfect and oh-so-moist! The recipe made more mixture than 12 muffins so just made a wee banana loaf on the side – bonus! Popped some on the freezer so we don’t eat them all in one go. Thanks!
I’m so pleased you enjoyed the recipe!! Great idea to freeze some too, they are lovely warmed. Anna 🙂
Really love your bake! It’s just so amazing!
Just a Mum says
Thank you 🙂 Very Kind 🙂