Banana Coconut Muffins are the perfect breakfast (or snack) choice to have with your morning coffee.
This weekend we got some snow...maybe about 5 inches. It was more than enough for me.
I'm kind of a snow grinch. Definitely can do without it!!!
Although one of my sister in law's pointed out the benefit of cold weather...cute boots and coats!!!
So, my kids begged us to go sledding. I almost didn't go...because of my aversion to being cold. But I overcame my cold fears...it was only an hour after all.
I can do that!!! For the kids!
But now I am sick!!!! Whoever said fresh air is good for you...LIED!!!
I was perfectly fine before sledding. Then after we got home...I could totally feel it coming on. 1 hour of fresh freezing air and I have a cold! And I only went down the hill once! So, I can't blame it on rolling in the snow!!! Bllllaaaaahhhhh!!!
Zicam to the rescue...but that didn't work either. I might have to cut my head off to feel better.
Or I could just eat about a dozen more of these banana coconut muffins while I rest on the couch watching 90210 reruns. Comfort food people!!!
Make these soon...you won't regret it!!!!
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What do you think about freezing them?! Thanks for the input
I make these all the time with our "extra bananas" always keep the ingredients on hand!! A fav in our house!!
I am so glad you like them and make them all the time. I think freezing them would be fine. I think I would just put them in individual ziplock bags and set out the night before to thaw 🙂 Let me know how it works!
Do you think this would work with either a rice flour or almond flour for those that don't use wheat flour?
I have actually never made these with different flours. I don't see why it wouldn't work though. Please let me know how it works for you!
I'm really excited to try these!! One question... Should I use sweetened or unsweetened coconut?
You can use either. I used sweetened coconut because it is what I had in my refrigerator. Either works though. I hope you enjoy the muffins!
Sounds like an amazing combination of flavors!
I love any type of banana muffin or bread...and the addition of toffee and coconut makes these complete perfection!!
These muffins look fabulous and delicious and I can't wait to try then, but before I do can I ask if 2 cups of sugar is necessary do you think based on the fact a lot of the other ingredients are sweet (ripe bananas coconut chocolate chips) that I could reduce the sugar to 1/2 cup?
Being English I do find a lot of American baking recipes to be too sweet so wondered if you thought 1/2 cup would be fine
Thanks in advance
Without actually making it this way, I can't say for sure. But yes, the bananas are sweet so, you could get away with using less sugar. Dropping it that much might be a little drastic though...maybe do 1 cup and see how the batter tastes or just go with what you like.
No snow for me and really not even cold in the winter. Brisbane winters in Australia are not really very cold. I also feel 2 cups of sugar is a lot and thinking of trying this recipe with just one cup.