Banana Streusel Muffins
Moist banana muffins with a crunchy sweet streusel topping,
who could resist that?
Click the above picture to enlarge but don't lick your screen !
10 ingredients are all you need.
Lightly grease your muffin pans. This recipe makes 10 but I always grease 12 just in case one day I can squeeze 2 extra muffins out of this recipe.
10 muffin cups filled.
Fill each cup approximately 3/4 full.
In a small bowl mix together room temp butter, flour, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Cut the mixture together until until crumbly.
Top each muffin with this crumbly sweet goodness.
This one is for Mrs Hughs, my grade 9 Home Economics teacher. Because she told us to, I always put water in any empty tins. I think the purpose is to regulate the temperature of the pan, but I really have no idea.
Now bake these bits of banana heaven at 375 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
Is this what you've been waiting for?
Don't they look delightful? Heavenly? Delicious?
Look at those crusty little sugar bits.....yummmm
I LOVE to bake but I'm not a lover of baked goods except..... well....
anyways I usually let these cool about 2.5 minutes. This is just enough time so that I don't burn the skin off my finger tips removing one from the pan. Then I indulge with a pat of butter that melts almost instantly.
I'm sure you have more will power than I.
So next time you have over ripe bananas sitting on the counter calling your name, you know what to do !
Printable recipe below.
I finally figured out how to make the recipes PRINTABLE for you...woohooo!
12/30/2012 06:09:39 am
Hummmmm I might just try this one.
12/30/2012 02:28:55 pm
Yup, make them with thawed black bananas. They are yummy!
1/6/2013 10:53:03 am
You put water in the empty muffin tins so that the interior of the empty pocket does not burn and ruin your tins.
Michelle - Day to Day dreams
1/7/2013 03:42:06 am
Thanks Sheila, I never knew that was the reason, i just always did as i was told :) Thanks for visiting !
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