Guys. It is supposed to be almost 100 degrees in Seattle this week. That’s right… ONE HUNDRED! I think it goes without saying that I am NOT turning my stove or oven on once this week! I woke up early this morning to make us some breakfast muffins so that we have something quick to grab on our way out the door; something that does not need to be reheated.
These are very quick and easy! About 5-10 minutes of mixing and 20 minutes of baking. Just a good old-fashioned wet bowl mixed into dry bowl type of recipe. If you an early morning riser, these are absolutely something that can be whipped together while you are getting ready for the day!
My thoughts on this recipe – I enjoy substituting sour cream or plain yogurt into recipes where people would usually use milk or cream. I find the batter is a little thicker and I like the size and consistency a little better. If you wanted to sprinkle a little granulated sugar on these as you put them into the oven, I think that would be a nice touch but is not necessary! You can of course leave out the walnuts entirely, or sub in 1/2 a cup of something else such as shaved coconut or dried fruit like craisins.
- 2C All Purpose Flour
- 1T Baking Powder
- 1/2t Baking Soda
- 1/2t Salt
- 1/2t Cinnamon
- 1/4t Nutmeg
- 2 Large Eggs
- 1C Sour Cream
- 2/3C Packed Light Brown Sugar
- 1t Vanilla Extract
- 4T Butter, Melted
- 1/2C Mashed Ripe Bananas (I just used 1 banana without measuring)
- 1/2C Chopped Walnuts
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Butter a muffin tin, or use muffin cups (ideal) to prevent batter from sticking to the pan.
Measure the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg into a large bowl. Stir briefly with a whisk, only to combine.
In a medium bowl, mix your eggs, sour cream, vanilla, and butter. Stir in your banana and walnuts. Pour this into the dry ingredient bowl, again stirring only to combine.
Pour your batter evenly across the 12 muffin cups. Bake for approx. 17-20 minutes, until a toothpick or knife can be inserted and come out clean. Let cool for 3-5 minutes before removing from muffin tin.
I like to serve hot, sliced in half with a little butter or cream cheese in the middle 🙂
X.O. Abbey Co.
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11 Replies to “Sour Cream Banana Breakfast Muffins”
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100 degrees! That’s crazy! And these muffins look dee-licious!
I cant believe it! So abnormal for this area.
These look fantastic! Will be trying ! Also your photography looks great too…what camera are you using?
Thank you so much! I use a Nikon D5300. It is relatively basic but I have been quite pleased with it so far! My favorite feature is that it has built in wifi which links to an app on my phone. I am able to upload the pics to my phone then post them through the wordpress app just like that… it is very easy and I love it!
These look so yummy! I’d love to have one now!
They look delicious!
Thank you! very simple to make but very yummy
I’m definitely going to make these! They look great!
They look delicious, with the great crunchy top. Good luck surviving the heat.
These sound so delicious! Very on board with quick and easy breakfast ideas. We’re sharing our favorite oatmeal recipes on our blog today, check it out for some more inspiration! https://areweadultsyetblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/26/its-all-about-the-oatmeal/