Banana Nut Muffin Recipe

Posted on March 20th, 2011 by
Banana Nut Muffin Recipe
25 minutes

Bake delicious eggless Banana Nut muffin using muffin mix. Warm from the oven, this Banana Nut muffin makes a perfect morning breakfast or after-school snack.


  1. Heat oven to 425°F (220°C).
  2. Grease each of regular-size muffin cups.
  3. In large bowl, beat banana nut muffin mix, oil and evaporated milk.
  4. Divide batter evenly among muffin cups.
  5. Bake 18 – 20 minutes or until golden brown.
  6. Cool completely, about 30 minutes.
  7. Store loosely covered at room temperature.


  1. Makes about 18 to 20 regular size muffins.


  • 1 Box Banana Nut Muffin Mix
  • 8 oz Evaporated Milk
  • 1/4 Cup Oil
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4 Responses to “Banana Nut Muffin Recipe”

  1. I’m looking for the perfect microwave muffin recipe. I have never made muffins before, even in the oven. I don’t have an oven in my student flat, so I must use the microwave. I recently bought a silicone muffin tin and some muffin cases to do the job, but I need ideas on recipes! After a few searches online, I’ve found that, like cooking anything else, there are many different recipes. I need your comments on your experiences, what works and what doesn’t, and what you think is your best recipe!

    List of possible ingredients:
    SUGAR-granulated white or brown, caster, icing, unrefined demerara or molasses sugar? Sweetener? Can you use honey?
    FLOUR-plain or self raising? What happens if you use cornflour or similar?
    WATER or MILK? What happens if you use cream or yoghurt? Almond milk or cashew cream?
    OIL or BUTTER-which is better? If oil is used, which type is best? If butter or margarine is used, which is better? What happens if you use other types of fat e.g. lard?
    EGGS-chicken or duck eggs? Duck eggs have more yolk.
    SALT? Some recipes call for this. Do you think it improves the flavour?
    RAISING AGENT-is baking soda or baking powder essential? Which is better?

    Optional ingredients:
    NUTS-which type of nuts are good to use and in what form? E.g. sliced almonds, ground hazelnuts.
    FRUIT-blueberries and cherries are common in muffins from shops. What else?
    CHOCOLATE-white, milk or dark? Chocolate chips, or cocoa powder to put in the muffin mix? Can you use drink powders e.g. coffee granules, hot chocolate powder, Nesquik strawberry powder, Ovaltine or Horlicks?
    LEMON JUICE? Can other types of juice be used as well?
    SPICES-cinnamon or nutmeg? Are there any others?
    HERBS? I know this sounds odd, but isn’t it fun to experiment?

    CHOCOLATE (or Nutella!)

    What quantities of each ingredient to use?

    Are some just unusable and would not work in the microwave (I’m new to this!)

    Are there good ingredients that I haven’t mentioned? Be as creative as you like!

  2. I want my muffin to rise a little more and be fluffy,I am using the fiber one banana nut mix,im also using the low fat recipe on the side of the box,So it already calls for 2 egg whites,would adding an extra one make it fluffier?

  3. I’m using Quaker muffin mix (half packet) with the following things added:
    - 1/4 cup bran
    - 1 mashed banana
    - 1/3 cup mixed nuts (ground)
    - 1 cup frozen berries

    I baked them in the oven at 400 degrees for 40 minutes. They turned out uncooked on the inside and slightly burnt on the outside. I have my oven set on bake (not broil). I’ve seen a relative do it this way with lots more healthy stuff added and theirs turned out great. Last time I tried making the muffins I had the temperature set to 375 degrees. I have a feeling this oven is not good (I’m renting a basement apartment and the appliances belong to the landlord; I don’t normally bake because I hate the stove).

    Do I need to modify the recipe or is it the oven? Should I broil next time? Do I need to modify the temperature? I’ve tried placing the muffins in the middle and at the bottom rack… makes no difference.


  4. I have about 5 small to medium bananas I would like to bake with and am looking for something other than banana bread or muffins. Does anyone have any great recipes?

    Thanks! (Also, nothing to crazy in the ingredients, it’s snowy and I would like to use what I have in house, (this can include all the basics and chocolate chips, nuts, chocolate bars)

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