Homemade muffins have long been a favourite snack in our house, so when Shirley from gluten-free easily
invited me to participate in the March Muffin Madness
event she's hosting all this month, I was glad for the incentive to create a new recipe. I asked my boys to brainstorm with me for flavour ideas, and their only reply was that it should have chocolate in it. (No surprise there!) I obliged them by creating a delicious banana split muffin that contains bit of dark chocolate scattered throughout it, and I made myself happy by basing the batter around a variety of other healthy ingredients: almond flour, pure oats, chia seeds, coconut oil, walnuts, bananas, strawberries, and dark sweet cherries. Our whole family could hardly wait to eat these scrumptious muffins when they came out of the oven!
You can find the recipe for my banana split muffins here
. While you're visiting gfe
, be sure to also check out the wide variety of other muffin recipes (all of them gluten-free) being shared during this March Muffin Madness event. (There will be a new recipe every day of the month!) As a special bonus offered by Shirley, each comment you leave on a muffin recipe during the event will count as an eligible entry for some fantastic giveway prizes of things you might like for your kitchen.
Thanks so much for participating in March Muffin Madness, Lisa, and for this lovely post! Everyone is loving these muffins and "there's no surprise there"! ;-) I'm excited about all the recipes and the prizes, including that Blendtec!ReplyDelete
You're welcome, Shirley -- I'm so glad that the muffins are a hit! :) (And yes, a Blendtec is very exciting!!)Delete
These are soooo good!!! Wow, moist and yummy everytime. I substituted chopped cashews for the walnuts and they just disappeared.ReplyDelete