I have no idea why I haven’t done this before, it’s so easy and fast!!
Just put 4 ingredients into a blender
- Take some over ripe bananas – I used 3
- 4 small eggs or 3 large ones
- about 3/4 tsp baking soda or bi-carb soda
- a jar of ABC spread
grease a muffin tin or two with coconut oil and pour in the runny batter to about 2/3 of each hole.
bake until you can smell them and they are colouring on top, less then 10 mins on 200C
Tip: Take them out of the muffin tin while they are still warm, it’s much easier.
Happily they are gluten, dairy and sugar free. They are also soft, moist and completely yummy!!
10 thoughts on “What to do with Overripe Bananas??”
I’ve never seen this ABC spread- it seems like it would be perfect in so many recipes! I always have an abundance of bananas on hand. If you’re interested, I’d love for you to share a post in my link up tomorrow. The explanation is right on my main menu under ‘Tell ’em Tuesdays’.
Thank you, I have shared the link on your page, I really look forward to looking through the other posts on the page too, what a great idea!
In Australia we could only buy ABC spread in some health food store, it’s become more popular and is in most greengrocers and supermarkets. It simply is nuts and nothing else, unlike the bigger brand name nut spread which contain sugar and other additives. I hope you can find an equivalent. Alternatively a good food processor will achieve a similar result.
I’m sure I could whip something similar up in my blender. You’re so right about the additives in the big brand butters. Thanks for linking up today! I’m so happy you joined in!
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I made these recently with peanut butter and topped with a peanut butter frosting. They were delicious!
Sounds like a great sweet treat Erin! I’m still amazed at how good they taste, I took them into my pregnant and gluten intolerent colleagues who were so excited and really appreciated them. I’m going to make them for our next charity morning tea, I think I’ll add peanut butter frosting to half of them…
Sounds awesome! Here’s the link to the recipe I followed:
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Muffins can be a great source of fiber and protein on the run.
Sadly my daughter is allergic to eggs 😦 but we make lots of muffins with over ripe bananas… i add chia instead of egg in my recipes though. Last ones I made were Pina Colada Muffins 🙂
I hate to waste food, especially ripe fruit. I’m always looking for ways to use it. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at Merry Monday.