Oct12

Let’s Make Banana Choc Chip Muffins – Shopping List & Recipe

Every week we make muffins for Ava’s lunch.  Her absolute favourite kind is banana choc chip.

Belle loves to eat bananas, but we have to hide a couple from her each time we get some so that we can let them get nice and rotten (seriously, rotten – so weird, but so true) to make the muffins beautiful and moist.  (A secret special tip that might gross your little ones out – but might delight them … in a squeamish type of way… also!!)

Muffins are a fun recipe to make with your little ones, because they can be involved in almost every step along the way – there is a lot of measuring and stirring… and licking of spoons!!

You can download a printable version of the shopping list and recipe here: Banana Choc Chip Muffins

Do let me know if you give the muffins a go – they are a yummy treat – especially when they’re fresh out of the oven!!  Also if you have a favourite muffin recipe that your family loves, please email me or write about it in the comments section below – I love trying out new baking recipes and would love to feature some more in the Little Whisk series.

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2 Responses to “Let’s Make Banana Choc Chip Muffins – Shopping List & Recipe”

  1. November 06, 2012 at 11:58 pm, stayathometerritory said:

    These look yummy!
    We make muffins every week too- usually on muffin Monday! They freeze so well (when I double the batch so there are leftovers!!) and are just great for lunchbox, aren’t they?
    Shall give these a whirl next Monday : )

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    • November 07, 2012 at 1:35 pm, Hana said:

      Hi Sarah! Agreed – muffins are perfect for lunchboxes… haven’t tried freezing them yet, though I should as it would save a lot of time, and unless I let Ava go on a muffin-eating frenzy at the end of the week, we have some left over, so I’m going to give it a go. Do you defrost before putting it in the lunchbox, or just put it in the lunchbox frozen? Look forward to hearing how you find the recipe. Alison Holst really converted me to baking – I used to think she was a bit dated – but she really knows what she’s talking about!!

      H xo>

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