This recipe is too good, and too easy, not to share. I guarantee your kid/s and/ or even yourself would love them! I could stop eating them, even though I am not really a fan of bananas.
120g of self-raising flour (20g to be mixed into the chocolates)
100 g of sugar
1 pinch of salt
2 1/2 tsp of cocoa powder (unsweetened)
2 large overly ripe bananas
1 tsp of vanilla essence
55g of butter (melted and cool to room temperature)
50g of chocolate chips or chopped up chocolate mixed with 20g of flour (so that the chocolate would not sink to the bottom of the muffins when you bake them)
Steps (super easy, I am not kidding you)
-Mash the banana up with a fork (My 6 YO daughter helped me with that)
-Crack 2 eggs into the mashed banana and whisk the mixture
-Pour in the melted butter and the vanilla essence, whisk to mix well
-Mix the flour, salt and sugar together
-Pour in half of the wet mixture and fold in the dry mixture, then the other half, mix well
-Sift in the cocoa powder and them fold it in
-Pour in the chocolates and fold those in as well
-Put them into muffin cups and bake at 280 degree for 20 minutes. Done!
I used gluten-free self-raising flour and margarine, but you could use the normal flour and butter just the same. For chocolates, I had some leftover Lindt Swiss Thins, you could replace it with any chocolate chips, however a good quality chocolate would give you a better overall taste.