These easy-to-make Raisinets Banana Muffins have just 2 ingredients. Serve them at your child's next slumber party and watch them disappear.
Raisinet Banana Muffins
by S. Shirleen
, HONOLULU, HI on Mar. 2008
I had a bag of banana muffin mix and a bag of raisinets (the dark chocolate ones) I added another banana to the mixture and my family loved it! The extra banana added a bit more moisture and flavor to the batter.
Quick & Tasty!
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on Feb. 2007
I needed something Quick to make when I got home from work last night, my hubby had a meeting at 7:00, and need to take "something". I had found this, and made them quickly for him. Only, I made the mini muffins. They were great!
banana raisinete cookies
by j. judy
, climax springs, MO on Nov. 2006
even without the bananas, this is a good cookie. i've also made oatmeal raisinette cookies that are wonderful.
by T. Tracy
, AUSTIN, IN on Oct. 2006
I didn't think that I would care to much for the raisin & banana combination but it was very good. It made me think about trying other things that I didn't think that I might like. THANKS
Great Easy Recipe
by D. Dawn
, Corpus Christi, TX on Oct. 2006
We loved the Raisinet Banana Muffins. What a great idea to put them together! We had tried chocolate chips in banana muffins. That's yummy too.
by J. JIM
, ORLANDO, FL on Jun. 2006
It's so easy even a caveman can make these delicious Raisinet Banana Muffins. I think I ate more of the raisnets waiting for the muffins to come out of the oven. Nothing like the smell of fresh baked muffins. MMMMMMMMM Yummy
by J. Janine
, BRANSON WEST, MO on Aug. 2005
What a clever idea - I never thought of baking with raisinets. I made these for my family and they loved them.
by A. Alice
, STRONGSVILLE, OH on Jun. 2005
This is a great variation. I must admit, I would never have thought to add raisinets and it's certainly got me to thinking about other "add-ins".
raisinet banana muffins
by C. Carolyn
, LOUISVILLE, KY on May. 2005
I made these with a pre-school class of three year old children for "Muffins with Mom". It was an easy way to offer a new variety to our Moms. The children loved eating the raisinets. Have extras when you start.
by Y. Yvonne
, Penrose, CO on Apr. 2005
What's not to like, chocolate covered raisens and banana in muffin. Great and quick and easy.
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