- 4 bananas
- 350 g Self Raising Flour
- 0.5 tsp bicarb soda
- 120 g sugar
- 150 g Milk
- 50 g oil
- 125 g milk chocolate chips
- 1 egg
Preheat oven to 180 deg C.
Grease or line muffin tray with paper cups.
Break up bananas and place in TM bowl, then chop them up on speed 4 for 1-2 seconds depending on how chunky you want your banana and how ripe they are.
Add all of the other ingredients and mix Speed 3 "Counter-clockwise operation" for up to 30 seconds, or until just combined. (A little flour may stll be visible - give a final stir with spatula.)
Spoon into muffin cases or pan and bake for 15 minutes until golden brown, and springy on top (when pressed).
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-You can use any type of vegetable oil in this recipe - I use macadamia, rice bran or olive, depending on what I have on hand.
-Any type of milk is fine. I use no fat milk.
-Any type of sugar is fine.
-The bicarb soda is just to give an extra lift and is a traditional ingredient in banana bakes as they can sometimes be a bit stodgy or solid.
-These muffins should be light and cakey. If they come out solid and dense, then you may have overmixed them.
-These are also lovely with a bit of demerara sugar sprinkled on top before baking to give a bit of sparkle and crunch!
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