These decadent, but easy, Nutella Banana Swirl Muffins start with classically delicious banana muffins that are swirled with chocolate Nutella that bakes into the top of the muffin. The ultimate sweet breakfast treat ready in 30 minutes!
Irresistible Banana Nutella Muffins
Jorge likes bananas as much as I like sugary kid cereal, glittery eyeshadow, Friends reruns and shoe sales — all combined. No seriously, the man eats a banana every single day! So making these Nutella Banana Swirl Muffins was a no brainer. Bananas for him — Nutella for me.
The base of this recipe is a sweet, tender and perfectly moist banana muffin. Then before we bake them, we take a toothpick and swirl in a good dollop of Nutella on top of each muffin. Pop them into the oven and let them rise and bake till perfectly golden with dark, rich chocolatey swirls on top.
If you love these muffins, I have a few more “swirl muffins” I think you will enjoy as well: Blueberry Cream Cheese Muffins, Pumpkin Cream Cheese Swirl Muffins and Pumpkin Nutella Swirl Muffins!
What You Will Need
This recipe for Banana Nutella Muffins is a pretty basic banana muffin, so you should have most of the ingredients already on hand in your pantry.
- Flour: Regular all purpose flour is what you will need.
- Baking Soda
- Baking Powder
- Bananas: I recommend using over ripe bananas as they are sweeter and softer, making the perfect banana muffin base. You will need to mash the bananas before adding to the muffin batter.
- Sugar: I like to use a combination of brown sugar and granulated sugar. However, you can use all granulate or all brown sugar if you prefer.
- Oil: I used vegetable oil, but you can use any mild baking oil you prefer.
- Vanilla Extract
- Pecans: I like to add some chopped pecans (or walnuts) for added crunch, but you can skip them if you aren’t a fan of nuts.
- Nutella: Feel free to use store bought Nutella or Homemade Nutella. Both will work!
This is a super easy Banana Nutella Muffin recipe, but here are a few helpful tips for success:
- Ripe Bananas: I recommend using over-ripe bananas (bananas that have started to soften and have brown spots on them). If your bananas are still green or very newly yellow, I recommend waiting to use them in these muffins until they have ripened more. If you want to speed up the ripening of bananas, you can place them in a paper bag to speed up the process.
- Nutella Swirls: If your Nutella is older, it may be hard to swirl it. Heat it in the microwave for a few seconds and give it a good stir to help soften it. I use a toothpick to swirl the Nutella. I add a good size dollop (about a tablespoon) of Nutella on top of the muffin batter. Then using a toothpick, I swirl the Nutella into the top of the muffin. Watch the video in the recipe card at the bottom of the post for more visual help!
- Do Not Overfill Your Muffin Tins: Be careful to only fill your muffins 3/4th of the way full. If you over fill them, they will spill out the top of the muffin cup and make a mess with the Nutella.
How To Store
If you have any leftovers, these Banana Nutella Muffins can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 3 days. If you want that fresh baked taste back, microwave a single muffin for 7 seconds.
These Nutella Banana Swirl Muffins are one of my absolute favorite ways to use up overripe bananas. Obviously they are tasty (hello, banana + Nutella = match made in heaven), but they also can be whipped up in under 30 minutes from start to finish. Total win-win in my book.
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Nutella Banana Swirl Muffins Recipe
Nutella Banana Swirl Muffins: These classic banana muffins are swirled with chocolate Nutella to create the ultimate sweet breakfast treat!
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 4 medium over-ripe bananas, mashed
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans, optional
- 1 cup nutella (or Homemade Nutella)
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Line muffin pan with liners.
- In a medium bowl, whisk flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt until well combined. Set aside.
- In large bowl, whisk together banana, sugar, brown sugar. Beat in egg, vegetable oil and vanilla extract. Slowly whisk in the flour mixture, until there are no lumps. Fold in pecans.
- Fill muffin tins 3/4 full. Top each muffin with about 1 teaspoon of Nutella and use a toothpick to swirl it into the batter.
- Bake muffins for 15-17 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
- Serve warm or store in an airtight container until ready to serve.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 236Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 167mgCarbohydrates: 36gFiber: 2gSugar: 21gProtein: 3g
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This is now my family’s favorite banana muffin recipe. Everyone who tries it just goes “Wow.” When I first made them, my husband looked at me and went “You have to make this again.” They are so good in fact, I am eating one right now. Thank you for sharing this.
Very nice recipe, what came be used in place of brown sugar please? Thank you
Hi! You can use regular granulated sugar instead.
I love to make these with King Arthur GF measure for measure. The only other adjustment I make is I use equal amount of honey to replace the regular sugar. Delish!
I just made these tonight as I had some banana to use up and I had a bunch of Nutella. They smelled amazing and tasted great. I left out the pecans, and they still were wonderful.
Very tasty. Will definitely try them again.
Quite a tasty result. I reduced both the sugars to 1/3c each since the bananas and Nutella would also add sweetness. Very glad I did this. Used 4 very ripe bananas (as the recipe called for) which measured out to almost 1 1/2c. Again this seemed just the right amount for a moist muffin. My batter only made 12 muffins because we do like them meal size! For the 12 muffins only used slightly less than 1/2c Nutella on top – about 1tsp on each muffin and that was plenty. Definitely need to warm the Nutella to make it easier to swirl – used a fondue fork for this. The banana flavour of the muffin was terrific and almost overwhelmed the Nutella. Definitely will make these again, especially as I have another 1/2c of Nutella to use up lol.
Why don’t you just write your own recipe, Irene.
This made me lol!!!
Do these muffins freeze well?
Hi Anna! I haven’t personally tried it, but many readers have commented that they do if you wrap them individually in Saran Wrap then into a bigger ziplock freezer style bag. Hope this helps!
These were easy and So. Good. Will definitely make again.
Can’t wait to try this!
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TRIED THIS RECIPE, it turned out so well!
Absolutely scrumptious!! I made 24 and everyone loved them! I substituted white sugar with brown sugar and added walnuts instead of pecans. Sooo good!!
Thank you for the recipe. This is really really good!!!!
Soooooo good! Nutella is tough to swirl but the taste is awesome
Does anyone have a cup measurement for the bananas, rather than 2 medium.
2 mashed bananas is equal to about 2/3 cup. Hope this helps!
Just made them for breakfast, super fast and easy
These are so good! I made my kids jumbo size for an after school snack but I think I’m going to make mini muffins using this recipe for our family road trip this summer!
So glad you enjoyed them Sarah!
OMG we can’t get enough of these muffins. So delicious. Will make them again and again
My batter didn’t come out quite as thick as yours looks in the video. Next time I’ll make sure to thicken them up a bit, otherwise the nutella just sinks and is hard to spread around. Either way, I’d recommend others try warming/melting their nutella a bit. It made it much easier to swirl!
Just made these cupcakes last night! They are delish and were loved by my wife and in-laws.
I had only used 3 med ripe bananas and it was perfect. I also cut the sugars by a few tbs – being a diabetic, I figured sweet enough including nutella!
Thanks for the pics and easy instructions – will definitely make these again! They looked exactly as yours!
Just made this with a bunch of over-ripe banana! Its perfect! Before this, I only made banana muffins,/bread and every time we did not finish it. So adding nutella is one whole new level! We love it and we definitely will finish everything!
I made a double batch because I had a lot of bananas and shared with our neighbors. They all begged for the recipe for these Nutella Banana Muffins. Love them.
These muffins are delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)
I made these for the first time today and they turned out amazing, in spite of several modifications to lessen the guilt of the nutella.
I used whole wheat flour (full two cups), substituted apple sauce for the oil and used stevia in the raw in place of the granulated sugar.
I divided the batch into 12 muffins and did not add the pecans.
They are so good!!
Can they been frozen?
Hello, I would like to try this recipe minus one ingredient, the Nutella.
Just wondering if you have tried to swirl in peanut butter, caramel or chocolate. If you have could you send me your recipe please. Thank you! Keep on posting!
Great recipe. It is a new favorite. I made it with almond flour instead of regular flour and cut both types of sugar in half and substituted Nutella with a cup of chocolate chips. The first time I made it, it was too soggy and went concave. So the next time I made it, I substituted vegetable oil with coconut oil and reduced it by one banana. It came out perfect. Yum!
Hello, I really want to try these but I want to make half a batch. Just wondering if anyone knows, with the ingredients, would you still use 1 full egg or would it be too much when everything else is halved?
Hi! I love your blog and this is my favorite go-to recipe. Do you have any tips on how to make them more soft/moist? My boyfriend is saying they come out too rubbery.
These are the best muffins I have ever had! They have become my absolute favorite! Bakery quality for sure!
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Any chance there is nutritional information for these? Just trying to count for weight watchers but must make these!!
I’m sorry, I don’t provide nutritional info because it highly depends on the brands of ingredients you use. I recommend using Spark Recipes Nutrition Calculator to add up your recipes!
Sounds good! Will do that, thank you!! Great recipe!!!
These are so good! I made my kids jumbo size for an after school snack but I think I’m going to make mini muffins using this recipe for our family road trip this summer!
This was delicious…thanks for sharing this easy recipe…:)
Glad you enjoyed them Nishan!
I tried this recipe and I enjoyed it, but I think 4 bananas is one too many as the muffins were a bit too moist. Next time I will try 3 bananas
Can you suggest an egg substitute?
Sorry Divya, I am not well versed in egg substitutes.
Hello, you could use some flaxseed by mixing 1 tbsp with 4 tbsp water and wait 15 minutes to thicken then you could add it to your batter
These are really delicious and moist! If you’re having trouble mixing your Nutella make sure you stir it up really well in its container. This warms it up and makes it creamier. I also used a chopstick instead of a toothpick. Small substitutions I made was using applesauce instead of an egg and MCT oil instead of vegetable oil. 5/5
i am going to try this on my weekend my baby is crazy for muffins thanks a lots for sharing
Thank you for the inspiration, Jessica!! I just made these egg free, gluten free and processed sugar free and they are amazing. I’m sure the originals are even better!!
I just dropped by to say thank you. I’ve just made this nutella banana swirl muffins and it’s amazing. Thank you so much for sharing it!
Once baked, how long do these last in an airtight container? Reason I’m asking is that I’m planning on sending these overseas.
Sadly I don’t think these would hold up well for that long of a journey. We usually try to eat them in the first few days so they still taste fresh.
Have you ever froze them?
I have not, but others have had success! I find Nutella not to thaw very well once baked in a baked good like this personally, but some people freeze them and love them! So worth a shot to see how you feel. ;-)
I made these yesterday, they came out a bit dry, dunno if it’s because i didn’t use over-ripe bananas. They were tasty though.
You can fix that by peeling and quartering your bananas and baking them at 225 for 15 mins or so until they become soft, then let them cool before using.
I just made these and they are delicious.
Will make again. Thanks for the recipe
I found the link to this recipe from Pinterest. Made them tonight and they were amazing! My husband enjoyed them too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Just made these. Substituted cocunut oil for veggie oil. And a few other tweaks since I’m a tweaker. Turned out amazingly well. Thank!
For the question about subing butter for the oil.. I used 6Tbls. melted and cooled to room temp butter. Flavor was great. I also always use almond extract with the vanilla in my baking recipes.
I made these last night and they were SO good! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Hi, Will it be possible to replace the vegetable oil with butter instead?
I have not tried it with butter, I always make these muffins with oil. Sorry I don’t have an answer for you!
AMAZING!!! Did exactly the same recipe and got AMAAAAAZING results!!! Ssssso yummay!!!! :)
Link to my picture in instagram DELICIOSO!!
This is my first time on your site. Since I cant have eggs, I made these eggless. They turned out so well. My son loved it. Thank you for sharing the recipe
Amazing! Everyone that tried mine, loooooves them!
Perfect. I’m going to
Make them tomorrow! Do you think I could add a little bit of nutella in the middle of each muffin cup as a layer? I love nutella and it seem just doing the swirl doesn’t have the nutella seep through to all layers of the muffin? So I thought of adding a little blob in between layers of the batter. Do you think it could work?
I dont see why not! But if you are making them mini, I think a scoop of Nutella on top will be plenty. ;-)
Hi, can I halve the recipe and put these in mini-muffin pans? Would it still work? Also, I’ve noticed some bakers adding greek yogurt to keep the muffins moist – do you think that’s needed for this recipe, or the bananas are sufficient? thank you!!
Yes you can make them as minis! I would not add greek yogurt, they are already perfectly moist!
Im going to make these right away!!
Nutella and bananas are my favourite combo and i love how quick they will be to make. Saving time not having to mix together butter and sugar is always something i look out for!
Great Recipe and beautiful pictures
Just made these – I probably used too much Nutella (oh, well!). I only used 1 tsp vanilla extract because that’s all I had, and I didn’t use pecans. They’re DELICIOUS and look fantastic! Also – I was having trouble swirling in the Nutella, so I warmed it up for about 6 sec. in the microwave and it was way easier. THANK YOU for this recipe!
These look absolutely amazing. I think they are the perfect muffins to make for my birthday next week! Have you or Jorge tried the banana bread beer? It’s made by Wells, a brewery in the UK. It’s distributed here–I’ve seen it at places like Whole Foods and Safeway. I bet he would love it! :)
I have not seen that before, but I am definitely going to have to keep an eye out for it now!
If I decide to put these in mini muffin tins, would the baking temperature and baking time need to be altered?
The temperature would stay the same, however your baking time would be less. I would start checking them around the 8 minute mark.
I actually made these instead of commenting on them….LOL Made almost two dozen and I am sure I added some of my own creation like coconut…..had to quickly share all but 6 or else I would of eaten them all. They were divine and will make again soon. Thanks for sharing your crazy story…Always good for a laugh…..
I wonder if you can do the same with peanut butter?
does anyone know a rough calorie count per muffin thanks..
YES ~~ tried them and loved them. very easy and I used coconut oil for the shortening and added 1/2 cup or organic coconut… Delightful ~~
They are awesome and so good. I made them twice already. But just a tip put the nutella in the microwave for 10 to 20 secs so it is runny and easier to swirl into the muffins.
Wow, these were amazing! I’m trying to cut down on wheat and sugar, substituted 1/2 almond flour and upped the baking powder and soda a teeny bit, and also substituted the brown sugar for slightly less agave syrup…delicious. Thanks for the recipe!
Just made these and I’m ashamed to admit, devoured not one but TWO. Sooooo good! ;)
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J’ai fait ces muffins cet après midi et waouhhhhh, ils sont délicieux!!! Même pour moi qui ne suis pas très fan de banane! J’ai remplacé l’huile par du beurre fondu et j’ai éliminé les pecan (car allergies….) mais même comme ça, ils sont vraiment fabuleux!!! Merci pour cette super idée!
I made these muffins this afternoon and waouhhhhh, they’re delicious!!! Even for me who’s not very found of banana! I replaced oil with melted butter and eliminated pecan (because of allergies…) but even this way, they’re really fabulous!!! Thank you for this super idea!
Just made these as an alternative to my usual banana bread. They’re delicious and I love that there’s no butter. I cheated a bit on the oil and nutella too and they’re great :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I made these with Jules Gluten free flour (my 3 kids and I have Celiac) and they were heavenly! My kids loved them as a afterschool snack, thank you for the recipe!
Awesome!! Added a bit of cinnamon and traded out 1 cup of white flour for whole wheat. Still delish. ;-)
I made these muffins yesterday and OMG they are glorious!! I’ve had to smack hands constantly so they weren’t all gone before I could take one to work today. Ha! I mentioned you on my blog post about these. This is definitely a new favorite!!!
I have made these twice now- and they are ahhhhhhmazing, but I’m having trouble swirling the Nutella in the batter. The Nutella is wayyyy thicker than the batter and it doesn’t blend for me at all( of course I don’t mind when I bite into them and I get the big glob of Nutella:)) I tried mixing a bit of the batter in with the Nutella to make it thinner, but I guess I didn’t add enough. I was afraid of taking too much banana batter away. Can anyone help?
Try putting your nutella in the microwave for a few seconds and stirring it really well. It should thin it out! Mine wasn’t too thick and I was able to move it around. However, sometimes you get a jar that is harder to move…so I just pop it into the microwave for about 20 seconds! :-)
hi, what if i opt not to put nuts? would tht be okay?
Yup, nuts are optional!
Ooook they look great and I just can’t wait to bake them.
Only one problem: I’m Italian, we don’t measure in cups put in kgs… How big is you cup? :)
What I mean is: to how many grams corresponds one cup?
I would recommend a website like this to convert recipes from cups to weights! http://convert-me.com/en/convert/cooking/
I made these today! Incredible! The smell while baking was mouthwatering! So worth making and will do so again! I did make them as mini’s instead of full size and it made about 52 muffins. Great idea!
I found myself with some ripe bananas and tried this recipe…my boys LOVED these!
These are so pretty! I’m always looking for recipes for “breakfast on the go” and this will definitely be the next one I try! Do you think whole wheat flour could be used? We are trying to use up a bag. Thanks!
Two people mentioned that they did half regular flour and half whole wheat flour and they were tasty! So yes, try half & half first! :)
I baked and they were all gone immediately!
My family fell in love with the muffins!
I definitely will bake them again soon! maybe tomorrow!
My partner and I just baked these– OMG I am in HEAVEN. So many calories though :p :p :p Time for a run!
I just made these and I love them!! Will be making them again for sure!!! They are a huge hit!
Yay!! So glad to hear it! :)
Hey girl! This recipe is to die for! I just made it but used a loaf pan instead of cupcakes. Needless to say, the cooking time needed to be upped. I cooked it for almost 40 minutes before pulling it out of the oven and it was still pretty gooey after I cut into it. Any suggestions? After 30 minutes it was a little more brown on top so I lowered the temp to 325* …. Still delicious, gooey and all! Thanks for the amazing recipe and I hope to try out more from your site :)
I really don’t have any suggestions since I only make it into muffins. Maybe you could keep the temp at 325 the whole time?
Glad it still tasted good!! :)
tanks I am from mexico and i dont wan to make mistekes, tomorrow will try the recipe :)
did u want to mean granulated sugar?
Yes! Sorry spell check didn’t catch “suar” for some reason!
SO GOOD!!!! “DELICHUS” my family love them!! I already made them twice this week!!!
Becoming a fan from your bolg!
Thnks again, greetings from Mexico :D
Just ate my first one. So good! I left out the pecans because of an allergy, but this recipe is a keeper.
Just found your site today and boy am I thrilled! I guess there’s someone that loves bananas more than me. I do have at least one a day. I’ve never had Nutella before, if you can believe that, however. That’s about to change because these muffins look SO good. I’m gonna try it!
What gorgeous muffins…love those swirls. Think ‘g’ got busy gorging on the muffins from the sugar…(1/2 cup granulated suar…)
Those are fabulous! SO pretty. I love the combo of banana and nutella!
I made these and they were soooo delicious!! They were gone within minutes at my office:)
I had several banana’s that were in the process of becoming overripe and knew i wouldn’t be able to eat them all before that happened. I looked on Pintrest for an interesting recipe to use that WASN”T banana bread…..that is always what i make and wanted something different….plus I always end up with too much banana bread….i know how can you make too much banana bread….but i love to bake so i wanted to try something and i had all the ingredients. I am super excited to try these….they are in the oven baking right now!!!! Thanks so much!!!!
Ah these look absolutely delicious, love the banana-nutella combination!
I love reading some of your reactions to my banana-eating habits (so far, favorite is Karly’s).
These muffins look delicious! Banana + nutella = heaven :-)
yes, please! I love the idea of adding nutella to just about anything! :0
oh my gosh – those looks SO good! What a pretty swirl! & our hubby’s have yet another thing in common… shocker ;) lol
Bananas are a staple in our house too. We actually have a banana smoothie with chocolate chips for dessert most nights. Mmm! I hope your trip to Charleston was awesome! :D
I don’t think I could ever eat bananas with spaghetti, but they are just so good! These muffins are perfect!
I was eating a banana with peanut butter and nutella yesterday and that was my only banana in the house – after one day without I’m going through withdrawls… I might “like” bananas, but Jorge totally takes the cake on this one.
And I now need bananas, a fresh jar of nutella and these muffins.
I like slightly green/barely ripe bananas, and my husband likes speckled bananas, so we rarely have spare bananas in our house. I think Imay have to get extra so I can let them ripen and make these beautiful looking muffins.
Now this is my kind of breakfast! These look amazing, Jessica!
Great minds think alike regarding banana & nutella! YUM! I must make these!
These look phenomenal! Going straight home to make them :)
I love how you swirled them! They are so adorable and I bet they’re an awesome quick breakfast :D
Oh my gosh these are INSANE!!
Waaaant! These sound absolutely lovely!
OK, those banana stories seriously cracked me up! Banana and spaghetti?? Weird :) But these muffins look fabulous. I’ve still never baked with nutella, and this may be the recipe that changes that!
Yuck those banana combos are so gross! These muffins however are awesome!
Not sure if it’s a Latin thing but I’m Colombian and we tend to put bananas on everything, even soups and stews. Here’s a funny tidbit, this morning I was craving something sweet and the first thing I grabbed was a banana and as I was looking for some peanut butter to dip it in, I came across a jar of Nutella. Then I thought “I bet this is an interesting combination”, tried it, loved it and immediately my mind started racing with all kinds of ideas on how to make it into banana bread or even muffins. You and I are on the same wavelength, my dear. =)
These are in the oven as we speak! I made a half batch (I only had 2 ripe bananas). Can’t wait to see how they turn out! They smell amazing :)
i really need to make these. i love any kind of muffins but nutella swirled on top is a winner!
My daughter walked in while I was reading about Jorge eating bananas and spaghetti and she shouted “What?! What’s wrong?” Apparently I looked just as horrified as I felt.
These muffins…man. They’re gorgeous.
Bananas and Nutella – now that is a match made in heaven. And a fun way to jazz up banana muffins! I am so bad (good?) at letting bananas turn brown, so I always have some on hand for baking muffins. I’m going to throw this recipe into the rotation and see how they turn out. Plus, it might stop me from eating all of the Nutella by the spoonful straight out of the jar…
that is one pretty looking muffin!
Positively perfect!!! My daughter is a huge banana fan, and these will be right up her alley. Love that there isn’t too much oil in them… and quick is a plus!!
Those swirls slay me!
I am SUPER picky about my bananas so I feel like they are constantly getting too ripe for me. This flavor combo is perfect! Way more perfect than banana+tomato sauce… :P
These are some seriously beautiful muffins. Banana and nutella swirled together into a muffin? Brilliant!
Ohhhh this is a brilliant recipe. Nutella + bananas, it just sounds like the perfect match! I wish I loved bananas as much as Jorge…they’re good for you! But most of the time I’ll only eat them if they’re flambeed with sugar and rum in a good old bananas foster LOL.
These are UNREAL. Almost too pretty to eat — though they’d still never stand a chance in our house. Yummy!
These look delicious and so pretty. I also like that they only have 1/4 cup oil in them, that’s great!
Yes! The bananas keep them moist so they save some fat and calories with only needing a little oil…well then we add back in those calories with nutella. But whatever ;-)
I agree with Marnely: plantains and banana are staple in latin food. Great recipe Jessica, I can;t wait to try it! Thanks!
Love his love for bananas, as I am the same. Must it be a Latin thin (assuming he is Latin?) because I love bananas on the side of my rice, beans, and fried chicken. It just balances out all the savory-ness of the meal with a hint of sweet!
LOL Yes he is Puerto Rican :-)
i love recipes using over ripe bananas since i always have a couple just laying there on the counter that i refuse to pitch…and lucky for me and the family i have an open jar of nutella that i’ve been trying to avoid sticking a spoon in and eating LOL.
Such pretty, swirly and tempting muffins!
I love these! I’ve been looking for the perfect nutella muffin recipe for years, and finally here it is!
Man, I thought I ate weird combinations! I’ve never eaten a banana with my beer before…how funny!
These look great!
Awesome story and you can actually buy banana beer, we used to sell it in Whole Foods!
Jessica I love the story-telling…oh so classic and thanks for sharing! And these muffins, and recipe, beautiful!! I love Nutella and always have bananas to use. I am in love with the photo styling, too. And the images are so sharp and crystal clear – stunning! Pinning!
Oh my, these are gorgeous! And I am totally in the same boat, Kevin feels exactly the same as Jorge about bananas! :P I will have to make these for him. :)
I tried this reciepe, i came out good, i added 2 eggs, taste is yum , i baked a batch of 60 muffins in the 1st attempt. Thank u very much