7 minutes banana crumb muffins with pictures . . .

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    sorry for my bad English in advance . . .

    this is a super fast and easy and fun recipe for banana crumb muffins , it's the second best muffin recipe i have . . . they are so nice and moist and tasty .... now there is something i have to tell you the original recipe have a lot more sugar but over time i made some changes and made it perfect to my taste (I don't like too sweet) , so don't be afraid of changing things to your taste you might make it worst but you might also make it amazing , just remember make small changes you can't change the foundations of the recipe . . .

    this will take you 7 min to make the dough and 20 min to bake . . .

    first preheat your oven to 180 C or 350 fahrenheit . . .

    okay , we have wet ingredients and dry ingredients , i'm gonna list them here . . .


    dry ingredients :
    flour = 1 and 1/2 cup
    baking powder = 1 tsp
    baking soda = 1 tsp
    a pinch of salt


    wet ingredients :
    bananas = 3 big or 4 medium (don't be shy on the bananas)
    sugar = 1/3 cup
    eggs = 1
    butter = 1/3 cup (or around 80gr)


    the stuff on the top :
    brown sugar = 1/3 cup
    flour = 2 tbsp
    a pinch of cinnamon
    cold butter = 3 tbsp (it's around 1/4 of a stick of butter)

    for measurement you can use a medium sized coffee mug , i did that before i got the measurement cups . . .
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    mix up the dry ingredients and put it aside . . .
    now peel the bananas , put them in a bowl and mash them good with a fork (it's better if they're ripe)
    add sugar to your bananas then mix and add already beaten egg and mix , now it's time for your butter (you can use it soft or microwave it) mix everything until it's smooth (this whole process gonna take 2-3 minutes no point over doing it !!) now put in the dry ingredients and briefly mix until they're mixed , it is very important to not mix too much , if you over work the flour you will make bread instead of muffins they will turn out dry and hard , you can mix the wet ingredients as much as you want but if you add the flour you cant mix too much [​IMG]

    now mix the topping stuff and mash them with a fork (the cold butter needs some mashing to mix with the other stuff. . .) you don't have to over do it . . .

    i can make 8-10 giant muffins with this , put the dough in the muffin liners and sprinkle the topping stuff generously on each one . . .

    now put them in the oven for 17 min and then turn on the oven's top grill for exactly 2 more min and you're done , if you want to be sure use the toothpick method . . .

    very important : remember , different ovens have different settings and temperatures even if you choose the same temperature doesn't mean it's the same in two different ovens , they might even distribute the heat differently and make the middle hotter than the sides , you have to experiment with your oven . . .

    take them out , let them cool , and have fun , , ,

    if you did it right they will look like this or even better . . .
    if you make it and like it please let me know . . .

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    ashley0323 Well-Known Member

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    Those look simply delicious. Not like any other banana nut muffin I have seen. I believe I have all these ingredients too. Guess we know what i'll be making for desert tomorrow.
     
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    They do look sumptuous! :) I like how you said you have modified the sweetness because I too don't like my treats to be too sweet. I tend to get tired of the taste too easily if they're too sweet. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe. :)
     
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    thank you for the kind words , i don't even know what "sumptuous" means :D send me a pic here if you made it :p
    in my house these muffins simply disappear if i leave them alone for half an hour !!! i always have to hide one for myself !! :D
     
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    I will surely do @Farhood. :) Basing on the pictures you shared, I can see why they disappear immediately after you make them. Just looking at them makes me salivate already, what more if I smell them freshly baked? I could just imagine how the people in your household rushing to your kitchen to get a taste of those muffins every time you bake them.
     
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    well i have seen someone stare into the oven for 5 minutes when i was baking these :D

    i'm making easy bake banana bread right now , i will put it's recipe up next . . .

    thank you :)
     
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    They look and sound delicious! Welcome to the forum :)
     
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    Sign me up @Farhood. Banana bread is my favourite to make. It never fails me so something like this crumble should be great. Weclome to the forum by the way.
     
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    Oh wow, those muffins look amazing. Your English is fine, by the way. I had no trouble understanding your post at all. I've never attempted a topping like that, but I might be tempted. The recipe looks easy to understand, and quite doable. I don't have any bananas, but if I get some any time soon, I will try to remember to make these, because they look really yummy.
     
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    wow everyone thanks you so much , i still have some grammar issues @Diane Lane :) ! i will definitely post more of my recipes !! i have a note book every time i make something new i write the recipe down in it and i keep making changes in it until it's perfect for my taste ! right now i just made the best pretzels ever !!!
     
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    Don't be offended when I say our dogs love muffin. It's actually a compliment when our dogs like a food that we have them taste. Sometimes we bring home a sweet bread that our dogs refuse to eat. But anyway, that banana muffin looks delicious and I'm sure I would enjoy it for my snack especially now that I am on a diet and not eating rice for meals. And even if I cannot bake it myself, thank you for sharing your recipe, fully appreciated.
     
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    My dogs love almost everything I eat and there is nothing wrong with that in my humble opinion. @Farhood, do you like bananas? I am just through checking out your banana bread recipe.:)
     
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    i really like them but i'm actually mildly allergic to bananas and baking them is the only way i can eat them with no problem !!!
     
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    I don't think I was a big fan when I was child and they were everywhere. In recent years with all the talk of all the health benefits I have become more interested in them. I am now a sucker for my banana bread maybe because it never fails me. When it comes to smoothies, bananas always provide me with the sweetness and balance I need in the drink. And oh...the 7 min idea is very appealing to me. I like quick and easy.
     
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    i always loved them as a child mostly because i wasn't supposed to eat them , i develop sores in my mouth if i eat bananas or tropical fruits , it's almost completely gone now that i'm grown , but i still have the fear of it !!
     
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    Isn't that something and you think fruits are the cure all. I can understand the more acidic fruits posing a problem but I never thought banana would contribute to anything negative. In recent years I find it has gained a lot of prominence as that fruit that is suppose to be good for just about anything. Anyway, I am glad you have grown out of it so to speak and I understand your fears. I have memories of peanut butter making me sick as a child and it's only recently I started eating it again. No issues so far.
     
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