For today’s recipe, I show you how to make Peanut Butter Banana Muffins with Nutella Swirl. These muffins will surely make your family smile since they are packed with peanut butter and Nutella flavor!
What prompted me to make these muffins? One year ago today I welcomed my second lovie into the world. He has brightened my life and filled my heart beyond my imagination. I wanted to make a special little morning surprise for him when he woke up this morning. Peanut butter banana muffins seemed like a perfect recipe to mark the occasion.
My son is a big waffle, pancake or toast type of little guy. I decided to introduce him to something new. He had yet to try peanuts or cocoa so I married all the ingredients into a yummy little package. He and his sister were very pleased with Mami this morning I am happy to say. Happy Birthday Baby Joy!
I will definitely make these Peanut Butter Banana Muffins again. They are a great snack option for the kids and my hubby happened to like them as well.
Note that you should make sure that your bananas are really ripe for this recipe. I prefer to use bananas that have been sitting around for a long while and have started to turn brown. If you are feeling extra adventurous, you can also try adding some chocolate chips to the recipe!
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These are delicious. I ended mixing the Nutella in with the batter on the second batch and they were really good. I figured they had approximately 160 cals each…a great quick breakfast!
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made this not long ago and i added 1/2 a table spoon more peanut butter and they were amazing!! would deffinately make thises again!
I am glad you enjoyed them….I believe you can never add too much Peanut Butter. 🙂
I saw this recipe yesterday on Pinterest, and I just decided to it out. I didn’t have quite enough peanut butter, but the muffins turned out absolutely delicious. My kids love them, and ate them as dessert. I will definitely make them again after I buy more peanut butter. Thank you!!
You are very welcome and thank you so much. I am really happy to hear your little ones enjoyed them. 🙂
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So happy everyone enjoyed the muffins! 🙂
Ignore that comment! I hadn’t refreshed my page since yesterday!
This looks great! BUT, the recipe doesn’t actually say at which point you add the bananas or add things to the bananas. I’m going to just go for it anyway, but I thought you’d want to know. They look AMAZING!
Thank you Amanda. I hope you liked the muffins. 🙂
…when do you add the bananas?
Aye! Thank you so much for catching that. I am sorry for the oversight. I have added it where it belongs in step 4.
Thank you for your reply. I will try them out soon, I hope my daughters will liek them :-).
I will let you know how they turn out!
These look delicious, I love the idea of combining bananas with peanutbutter and nutella!
Lots of greetings from Belgium,
Thank you for your kind comments. My little ones really liked the combo and hopefully you will too. I am glad you enjoy the site. 🙂