Banana Bread Chocolate Chip Muffins

Hiya everyone! I hope you’re having a very special weekend. I thought I’d share with you a little #bakinginspo with these vegan Banana Bread Chocolate Chip Muffins. They are cozy and comforting!

This post has been a long time coming as I’ve been looking for ages to make a reliable vegan banana bread recipe for muffins and loafs. Banana bread muffins are a family staple, and one we all need a good go-to recipe for. But vegan banana breads can be a bit tricky – and often I find the recipes come out too heavy or wet. Of course, they are supposed to be more dense than a traditional muffin, we have the banana to thank for that. But I like my baked goods to have a bit of spring when you give them a little “love squeeze.”

2 comments on “Banana Bread Chocolate Chip Muffins

  1. Made the Banana Bread and Chocolate Chip Muffins as a loaf yesterday. Seems to be a hit at the office … thank you! However, I notice in the ingredients list you say 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder and in the instructions you say to “Add baking soda …” I went with baking soda which seemed to be right but you may want to just make the change on the recipe. Also, I was guessing at the amount of time in the oven for a loaf versus the muffins. I baked it for about 55 minutes … my oven is hot so it was at 325 degrees but it was starting to get almost to the burnt-around-the-edges stage. I do love it though and would definitely make it again. One of the folks in the office just asked for the recipe so I am printing it off and adjusting the baking powder/baking soda part. Love your blog.

  2. Hannah Sunderani

    14 Mar 2019 at 6:18 pm Reply

    Marion! Thanks so much for reaching out about this recipe. I’m really glad that you and your colleagues enjoyed the banana bread, and that you passed on the recipe. 🙂

    Thanks as well for the note about the baking powder vs. soda – sorry that I hadn’t caught that. I have revised the recipe as it should be – to add baking soda to the mix. 🙂

    I’m thrilled that you enjoyed the muffins as a loaf too! It’s true that they take much more time to bake! (Why I opt-in for making muffins over loaves if I’m being honest). If you are having trouble with burning you can always cover the top of the loaf with tin foil closer to the end to stop from burning. 🙂 Thanks again for the very sweet note, I’m really glad you enjoyed this recipe and my blog. Lots of love! Hannah xx

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