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Jonathan Anderson's Culinary Creations: Banana Muffins

Banana on top of a muffin

Do you ever find yourself in a:

Dark Corner? With a wall? With a roof? With a crack? With tape on it to keep out the rain? In silence?


Well, this delicious recipe will help get you out of that funk and fill your belly with deliciousness. These are Agent M’s famous Banana Muffins. The original recipe is below along with some additional items you can add to spice them up a bit. 


Prep:

  1. 1 Large Bowl 

  2. 9-Inch Loaf Pan or

  3. 12 – Muffin Pan

  4. Can of Spray Grease or Butter (only for greasing the pan or muffin tin)

  5. Properly grease pan or muffin tins using the spray or butter. 

Ingredients:

  1. 3 Ripe Bananas

  2. 2 Eggs

  3. ¼ Cup of Maple Syrup (no fake syrup, nothing from a packet) – You can use honey, but maple syrup is the way to roll. 

  4. 1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda

  5. 1 ½ cups of All-Purpose Flour

  6. A little pinch of Cinnamon (Pinch folks) this is also optional.

  7. 1 Cup Chocolate Chips (Optional -----Not) – Unless you use the peanut butter chips in the additional savory options below. 

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

  2. Peel and place bananas in a bowl and mash them. 

  3. Add Cinnamon to the bowl with the bananas and stir. 

  4. Add Eggs to the bowl and stir.

  5. Add Maple Syrup (no fake syrup, nothing from a packet) to the bowl and stir.

  6. Add chocolate chips.

  7. Pour Mixture into the pan you chose. 

  8. Place in preheated oven for 20 minutes. 

  9. Check with a toothpick to make sure that it comes out clean. 


Banana Muffins

ENJOY

Additional Items for added goodness:

  1. Crushed Walnuts- Crush 1 cup of walnuts and add to mixture.

  2. Cranberries - Pour 1 cup of cranberries into mixture.

  3. Peanut Butter Chips – Pour 1 Cup of peanut butter chips into the mixture.

  4. Top with powdered sugar after they are cooked. 

  5. Top with sliced strawberries after they are cooked. 


Jonathan Anderson is a contributor for Degen Magazine. His interests lie in real estate, the economy, cooking, interesting things, and the market. Follow him on Twitter for more: @I_am_stockchef


Disclaimer: This is professional cooking advice, and we at DegenMag.com highly recommend incorporating these recipes into your culinary portfolio. Jonathan Anderson's expertly curated selections promise to elevate your kitchen game, making you the market guru of flavor.

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