Chocolate Banana Muffins Recipe

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  1. Debra Glivar says:

    What do I do if I don’t eat eggs or cheese? I have a fish allergy and eggs and dairy have the same protein that I am allergic to. All of your receipts have eggs or dairy in them! Please help!!

    Thank you,

    Deb

  2. Sara says:

    Where do you get sprouted almond butter?

  3. Ryan E says:

    Hi Debra,

    I’ve replaced eggs in many recipes with flax meal and water (2 tsp flax meal, 2 tbsp water per egg). Mix it up and let it sit for a few minutes. Coconut milk is a fantastic milk replacement, as is coconut cream for heavy or whipped cream.

    Hi Sara,

    Whole foods usually carries it. I’ve also seen it a wegmans and some grocery stores have it in the natural foods section.

  4. Lisa says:

    The recipe calls for coconut sugar, is this the same as organic coconut palm sugar? Thanks!

  5. Steve G says:

    You have used cup for measuring some ingredients what size cup are you using? or what will it be in ounces or pounds?

  6. Erin L says:

    I just tried this recipe! I subbed coconut oil for the butter (same portion) and added some flax seeds for a crunch. It is a wonderful muffin and works great as a loaf as well. The whole family loves them! Thanks so much :)

  7. Pat says:

    I have the multi collagen. With my arthritic hands it’s difficult to get the lid off. Does the collagen come in capsule form?

  8. Keila says:

    By far the best banana muffins. Dr Axe recipes are always great!!

  9. Liz says:

    I substituted the almond butter with peanut butter…the dough looks very crumbly. Is it supposed to look like that? Will it bake ok?

    • Hi Liz, you may want to try adding a little bit more coconut milk to smooth it out. I hope this works!

      • Liz says:

        I had to discard my first batter, it was too crumbly. I tried a second batch, I substituted the almond butter for nutella, but had the same results, crumbly batter. I Added more cocunut milk, but it didnt help. Even though the batter was softer, after baking, the muffin did not rise or bake like a regular muffin. It did not look anything like the picture on the screen. I wanted a nutritious recipe for my kids and i spend quite some money on the different ingredients, almond flour, cocunt sugar, nutella, dark chocolate chips…Very disappointed🙁

  10. Vicki says:

    What’s the purpose of the almond butter? Can it be omitted?

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