Level Up Your Breakfast With These Strawberry Banana Muffins
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Have lots of strawberries and bananas reached the end of their shelf life? Make these muffins with strawberries and bananas. These muffins are incredibly moist, light, and fluffy. Although crumbly, they are not dry. They are such a treat because of the harmonious flavour combination of the sweet bananas and the bitter strawberries. They are delicious, simple to make, and freezer-friendly. Are you looking for a tasty and refreshing breakfast treat? The strawberry banana muffins are the ideal solution.

Despite having a predominantly sweet flavor, the strawberries' acidity adds a lovely contrast. Your palate will undoubtedly like this entertaining combo. Another fantastic feature of it? They are quite simple to create.

Here's how you can make these yummy treats at home:


 2 bananas

 1 cup diced strawberries

 1 egg

 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

 1/4 teaspoon salt

 1 teaspoon vanilla

 2/3 cup sugar

 1-1/2 cups flour

 3/4 teaspoon baking soda

 6 tablespoons butter (melted)


 Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

 Add sugar and eggs to the bowl of an electric mixer.

 Combine everything while mixing at medium speed.

 Melt the butter in the bowl and stir in the vanilla.

 Combine everything while mixing at medium speed.

 To the egg mixture, add bananas.

 Until the bananas are well incorporated and split up, blend at medium speed.

 Add the flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt to a different bowl.

 Whisk together the ingredients.

 Add the strawberries to the flour mixture.

 To coat, gently toss the egg mixture with the flour mixture.

 Mix everything together briefly at low speed.

 Put muffin liners in the muffin tray.

 Using a large cookie scoop, pour the batter into the muffin tin.

 Each batter mound should have a strawberry and a banana slice on top (optional).

 Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, or until golden brown and a toothpick inserted into a muffin comes out clean.

 The muffins should sit in the pan for two minutes before being transferred to a wire rack to completely cool.