My husband is a huge banana muffin fan. I searched high and low on Pinterest to find a good recipe and this one is the winner!


Start out by pre-heating the oven to 375. Mix together the flour, salt, cinnamon, baking soda and baking powder  in a large bowl.


In a separate bowl, smash three very ripe bananas together.


Mix on low speed the bananas, sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, oil and egg.


Fold the wet batter into the dry mixture until well blended. Once blended, scoop batter into muffin tin (3/4 of the way full).



Mix together flour, cinnamon and brown sugar. Add butter (not melted) and cut in until all the butter is mixed in evenly as shown below.


Sprinkle the yummy topping evenly over each muffin. I usually press it down slightly into the batter because the butter tends to melt while cooking and run onto the pan (if it runs down it is okay. There will still plenty of yummy crunchy flavor on the top of each muffin), but by pressing it into the batter a bit, you avoid losing some of the crunchy goodness to the pan.


Now you are ready to bake! Bake for 18-20 minutes or until done. I bake mine for 18 minutes, but every oven is different. Just be sure to poke your muffins with a toothpick before you pull them out. If the toothpick comes out clean, then they are done!

The entire house will seriously have the most tantalizing smell while these babies are in the oven. Once they are done, let them cool on a cool rack for ten minutes. After ten minutes take the muffins out of the pan and put them directly on the cool rack to continue cooling.


Once cooled down (or even while warm) enjoy these yummy muffins! They are seriously so addicting, you won’t want to stop at just one! Enjoy!

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