Banana Nut Muffins Recipe

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  1. Martha says:

    Why aren’t you posting calories on your recipes such as banana muffins, etc.

  2. Pam says:

    can you use coconut or almond flour

  3. sandra borrel says:

    Thank you so much for the healthy recipe ..i have tried most of them and it came out very good, and everyone in my family loves it..
    we have been trying to eat healthy and most times i used different grains to make my own gluten free flour and it comes out really good..
    the grains i used usually be different types of nuts, rice, pease and chick pease, and barley. also i use the cassava flour to hold it together… share if you think its a good thing i’m doing , and help me to better understand the different grains if they are good together.

  4. Stephanie says:

    I just made these muffins. They are delicious!

  5. Kristen says:

    What kind of flour do you recommend when there’s a nut allergy? We also have an egg allergy, so what would you replace with this??
    Thank you!!

  6. Diane says:

    I would like to make this recipe. The recipe says 1/2 c of coconut oil. Does that mean measure a 1/2 c of melted or unmelted coconut oil ?

  7. Anne says:

    These were my first attempt at gluten free baking…they are phenomenal!!!!!! I love to bake and I was so excited to not use any white flour, white sugar! I’m not gluten intolerant just trying to eat healthier. These are definitely a winner in my book!

  8. Stacy says:

    We have allergies to coconut, dairy and some nuts. Would you be able to recommend some other oil and milk?

  9. JJ says:

    Could I use Almond Milk instead of Coconut Milk?

  10. the Netherlands says:

    Do you think chestnut flour will work aswell?

  11. Chris says:

    I was interested in trying your super green food and was wondering if you ship to Canada?

  12. Jackie says:

    Hi Dr. Josh;

    I made these, but used coconut oil and added extra almond milk, but it turned out crumbly and the batter was dense, is it supposed to be like that?

  13. Marilyn butler says:

    Hi I love your recipes but have trouble converting different ingredients to cups ! Do you think you could put in in grams or ounces please ?

    • Mike says:

      There are cooking conversion charts out there that help with this. Just search for “Cooking conversion chart” and you will find them.

  14. Lillie says:

    Where can I find flour?

  15. kat says:

    Can you make these without the egg?

  16. cris says:

    Can i use whole wheat flour?

  17. cristina says:

    caTHANKS!!! I use whole wheat flour? Thanks!!!

  18. cristina says:

    I meant, can i use whole wheat flour?

  19. Cindy says:

    These are absolutely delicious!

  20. Tricia says:

    I’ve been taught that you should never mix grains with fruit as this causes the fruit to ferment in the gut and feeds the bad bacteria. What is your opinion on this, Dr. Axe?

  21. Vrushali says:

    The coconut milk link points to the Thai Kitchen coconut milk which comes in a can. Is it BPA free? Can you suggest other brands that don’t come in a can.Thanks!

  22. Michelle says:

    Made these yesterday, they were very easy to make and very yummy!! Thanks for sharing Dr. Axe!!

  23. Jeri Ann says:

    I’ve made these muffins 3 times now. Really easy to modify if you’re a moderately experienced baker. :) This last time I added 1/4 c. dark chocolate cocoa powder and a scoop of vanilla protein powder, along with a little extra oil, 1 T. extra coconut milk, and 1/2 pkt. of Stevia to counteract the cocoa powder. YUM!

  24. Debra Vombrack says:

    Please advise when using baking soda use aluminum free baking soda. Better health benefit.

  25. Mary says:

    These are yummy. I make them when I am craving a sweet, moist banana bread. I cut back on the maple syrup and don’t include the chocolate, and they are still sweet- thanks for the recipe!

  26. Roxann says:

    There is a comment about coconut oil in the recipes but I do not see any oil in the recipe?
    Should there be oil in the recipe?
    Thank you!

  27. Amee says:

    For th sprouted flour- can i exchange coconut flour for that, or do 2c almond flour in stead??

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