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  • Makes 12
  • 25 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 2 Ingredients

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These banana muffins are a treat you can have without the guilt. 65 calories per muffin.


Ingredients (makes 12 Muffins)

  • 250 mls Thickened cream
  • 3 Ripened bananas

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 180• spray muffin tray with rice bran oil. Alternatively you can leave it without spraying.
  2. Mash bananas in a mixing bowl leaving some lumps for texture.
  3. Mix in the cream in a folding motion as you don't want to whip the cream.
  4. Add mixture to your tray, filling them till they almost touch the top.
  5. Cook for 12-15. Or until they spring back once touched in the centre.
  6. Cool in tray for 5 minutes prior to removal.

  • How easy are these! Low calories is always a bonus!

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  • Really no flour interesting worth a try

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  • Who doesn’t love banana muffins an interesting recipe I might give it a try with a touch of flour thanks

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  • Just can not believe this works. Picture looks great.

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  • A bit too rich with all that cream but thanks anyway.

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  • Really? I’m amazed at how easy this is and that there’s no rising agent.

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  • Bananas are the best!! so versatile and make the yummiest things

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  • Wow I can’t believe they only have two ingredients.

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  • This look super easy for something to do with the kids. Many Thanks for sharing

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  • Awesome, I’ve always looked for recipes that use thickened cream (have 1 dinner recipe that only uses a little amount of it & the rest always goes to waste) I LOVE banana muffins so will be trying this very soon!

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  • I can’t believe they don’t have flour in them. This is a definite recipe for me to try

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  • Easy as ! Wonder if you can do it with coconut cream instead of thickened cream, will try it out.

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  • How simple – must try. Thanks for sharing

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  • Must try this one ????????

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  • I like the idea of two ingredients, but the good of one offsets the other

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