December 17, 2009

banana, cinnamon and chocolate chips muffins


after the yummy recipe for almond and chocolate chips cookies that i baked for my parents last weekend here for you another delicious idea for a lovely winter breakfast (or teatime!). i love all kinds of muffins but the banana muffins are in my opinion simply the best! i love the mix of bananas and cinnamon (especially in the winter). this time i decided to add also chocolate chips (chocolate and bananas - mmmm....) so, would you like to try it? if yes you will need:

- 1 mature, medium size banana
- 135 g (4,7 oz.) of flour
- 155 g (5,5 oz.) of sugar
- 40 g (1,5 oz.) of melted butter
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- a pinch of salt

preheat the oven to 180°C (360°F). squash the banana with a fork. in a bowl mix well the egg with sugar (better if with an electric mixer) and add slowly the melted butter. in another bowl mix flour with salt, baking soda and cinnamon. mix gently dry ingredients with the egg/butter mixture and add the banana. avoid mixing for a long time (less you mix more your muffins will be soft). put in the muffin pans and bake for ca. 25 minutes!



17 comments:

Federica said...

Mi segno subito la ricetta, questi muffins sono assolutamente da fare!
I miei mini stampini li ho trovati in un piccolo negozietto in centro a Bologna vicino a casa mia. Hanno tanti mini stampini e mini bicchierini per le mousse che dovro' proprio prendere...
Buona giornata!

Home and Lifestyle said...

Thanks Justyna for your lovely comments! Here the world is white...it snows!! Time fot tea and...muffins!!

Have a nice day!

Lovely greetings, Ingrid

Chloe and Co. said...

Looks yummy and I have all the ingredients on hand.

Hope you have a great holiday!

Auntie Cake said...

Yum! When I bake banana bread of muffins, I usually add some chocolate chips for the kids and they are delicious. Now I am going to try adding some cinnamon as well. Thanks for your sweet comments, Justyna, I am wishing a very Merry Christmas in your house!
Kate

Annalisa said...

Ho già copiato la ricetta sul mio quaderno e penso che proverò a farla in questi giorni,mi affascina l'idea del connubio fra cannella banana e ciccolato,grazie per averla pubblicata!
Ciao Annalisa.

++MIRA++ said...

yummm..these look good

Kimberly said...

Those look beautiful, and delicious.

manon 21 said...

merci de ta visite,j'ai fait une ballade gourmande chez toi!!!
bonne soirée

manon

Chow and Chatter said...

they look great and love the christmas decor on here, have a very Merry Christmas lots of love Rebecca

Kris said...

great combination of flavors!

Rosângela said...

Carissima
Mi piacerebe tanto seguire le tue ricette ma non so niente d'inglese. Sono brasiliana conosco un pò d'italiano. A volte posso chiederti di tradure? saluto
Rosângela

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

I made my way to a blog that I really love. Just came in , sorry for being a little late in comments!What a devine recipe!!
Look delish! And the pic just great!
hugs hugs

figtree said...

All my favorite ingredients in 1 little muffin!

The Cooking Photographer said...

Aww the muffin are adorable. I really like how you did these. Did you make them in a tin?

Laur

The Daily Dose said...

Wow! Those look amazing. Now, to convert them over to my system...

Beach Vintage said...

How do you get your patty cake liners to stay on the muffins after you take them out? Mine always seem to fall off the sides...

Federica said...

Un passaggio veloce per augurarti un buon weekend!
Fede

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