Whole30® Banana Bread Drop Muffins Recipe
Free of gluten and added sugars, these banana bread drop muffins are so scrumptious, you won't believe how easy Whole30® mornings can be.
These do not look as good in the picture as they are! They are wonderful. My husband, who isn't gluten free, had no idea they are GF. I was very impressed. Made as is written. The only thing I will do differently next time is maybe add a bit of banana extract. I used 2 bananas, but maybe needed to wait till they were more ripe. Delicious and so easy. I plan on making these with my 2 year old grandson, as his mama doesn't allow him to eat much sugar. These would be a fun treat, cut in half, spread peanut butter on them, and put a little banana slice between the two halves. Just enough for two little hands. But I cut in half and spread butter. Seriously, no difference from a regular wheat muffin, in terms of texture, except these were lighter and fluffier and moist. They look dry and crumbly in the picture, but they aren't at all that way. I used a cookie dough scoop, so it made around 20. Thanks so much for submitting the recipe!
I LOVE these muffins. They are delicious. Good bye to bread ! I'm going to make them and give to friends. From the remarks, I will add cinnamon from now on. I am going to try and freeze them, since this recipe makes a lot. Russell, thank you very much for a new favorite recipe for my stash !
Perfect for a quick gluten free snack! Also, to the people that wish to substitute coconut flour for the almond flour, you will only need 1/4 to 1/3 the amount of flour called for in this recipe since coconut flour is much more absorbant. If you substitute 1:1 you will most definitely end up with dry hard lumps instead of muffins. HTH and thanks for a quick, tasty recipe!
Was very pleasantly surprised by these. I added some chocolate chips to this recipe and they were DELICIOUS. I found them to be just as satisfying as a regular cookie or muffin.
It seems to me that most gluten free food is packed with sugar to make up for the lack of gluten, I guess. This recipe is not. It has an awesome just slightly sweet taste. I added the vanilla like suggested in some of the other comments. My wife ate most of these so now I'm working on my second batch.