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Banana-Dark Chocolate Chip Muffins (made with Greek yogurt)

February 24, 2011

I am so excited to share this recipe for Banana-Dark Chocolate Muffins. It’s a twist of my very popular banana bread recipe. What’s great about it besides the taste is that all of the ingredients can be combined in one bowl, and no mixer is needed. I use nonfat Greek yogurt which adds moisture and increases the protein. These muffins are amazing, and my kids went wild over them. I almost wasn’t able to take a picture of them before they ate them all. Enjoy these muffins for a wonderful breakfast treat, afternoon snack, lunch, or dinnertime dessert.

Banana-Dark Chocolate Chip Muffins

Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 20 minutes
Yield: 16 muffins
Ingredients
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup sugar
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 cup butter, melted
2 large eggs
11/2 cups mashed ripe banana (about 3 bananas)
1 (6-ounce) container nonfat Greek yogurt (I used Fage)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3/4 cup dark chocolate chips
1 Cooking spray
Preparation
1. Preheat oven to 350°F.

2. Combine flour, sugar, baking soda, salt, butter, eggs, bananas, yogurt and vanilla in a large bowl, mixing well. Fold in chocolate chips gently. Pour batter into muffins pan coated with cooking spray. Bake at 350° for 20 to 22 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes in pan on a wire rack; remove from pan. Cool completely on wire rack.



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26 Responses to “Banana-Dark Chocolate Chip Muffins (made with Greek yogurt)”
February, 25 2011at 10:04 pm
Love love love this recipe! I saw your tweet about this post yesterday for a millisecond on twitter before it got buried in my stream. Finally found the time today to check out the recipe on your blog. Can't wait to make this. Totally bookmarking it :)
Andrea says:
February, 24 2011at 01:05 pm
OMG! These look wonderful. I can't wait to make them
Kathy says:
February, 24 2011at 01:17 pm
Heavenly. My kids are going to be so excited when I make these. They are on my grocery list for this weekend for sure
February, 24 2011at 01:31 pm
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Mary Lynn says:
February, 24 2011at 01:38 pm
Alison, I love all of your recipes and your site. Thanks for helping us moms figure out how and what to cook for our families!
February, 24 2011at 01:43 pm
Wow, these look delicious, and healthy to boot (even with the dark chocolate chips!).
Amanda says:
February, 24 2011at 02:29 pm
This looks so simple to do and it sounds absolutely amazing :) I will have to try making these for sure!!
February, 24 2011at 02:39 pm
I love that you used yogurt! Looks delicious :)
February, 24 2011at 03:45 pm
Amazing! Look at those! Oh my gosh. I'd like one right about now. I'll bring the coffee! ;-)
Maria says:
February, 24 2011at 04:32 pm
Your muffins look perfect!
February, 24 2011at 06:42 pm
Alison, I love the photo & I am glad you had time to snap it for us. I love banana chip muffins - the yogurt is always a great ingredient to add to baked goods!
February, 24 2011at 09:53 pm
YUM! I love using yogurt in baked goods and can't wait to try these muffins.
February, 24 2011at 10:19 pm
Looks great Alison! Banana n chocolate are two top things on my li'l one's list everytime she's hungry so I can see how she won;t be able to say no to these!
Beverly says:
February, 24 2011at 10:45 pm
A great combination for good cupcakes!
February, 25 2011at 01:48 pm
These sounds wonderful! Chocolate and bananas is one of my favorite combinations. I'd love to have you share this recipe with Sweet Tooth Friday! http://alli-n-son.com/2011/02/24/cream-cheese-brownies/
Tanvi says:
February, 25 2011at 04:01 pm
I love these coz of the Greek yogurt.Wonderful recipe..thanks for sharing.
February, 26 2011at 04:06 pm
these look so wonderful, Alison! I can't wait to try them! We make banana bread a LOT and this is a great twist on that. Thanks!
February, 26 2011at 07:35 pm
Bananas and dark chocolate are a match made in heaven. And you gotta love a treat that can double as breakfast or dessert. :-)
February, 27 2011at 07:56 am
I used to LOVE chocolate chip muffins, but banana chocolate chip sounds perfect! Love that they aren't loaded with a ton of butter.
August, 25 2011at 08:06 am
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Jamie says:
February, 20 2012at 02:04 pm
Just made these. Absolutely AMAZING. Thank you!
April, 05 2012at 02:21 pm
yes that will work fine Melissa!
Melissa says:
April, 05 2012at 02:04 pm
Can ww flour be used? I want to make these TODAY!!!
Kim says:
June, 29 2012at 07:20 am
Reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup and this recipe (for me) made 24 muffins. Extremely moist and delicious! Great recipe!
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Teresa says:
April, 11 2013at 09:00 pm
I have made these muffins many times, they are yummy. I now substitute the 1/4 cup of melted butter, for 1/4 cup of puree'd avacado. It totally works and is very delicious. When substituting butter with avacado the ratio is the same..Then I made some with very ripe pears as I had no banana's, again the same amount of banana used in the original recipe is used with the pears. Just mush them as best as you can, it's okay if you have lumps, just makes the muffins better..

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