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Easy Super Moist Banana Apple Muffins are Perfect Day or Night!

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Easy Super Moist Banana Apple Muffins are delicious, moist, perfect day or night and better yet, a great way to use up ripe fruit!


easy banana apple muffins

easy banana apple muffins

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Looking for a fast, easy, delicious addition to breakfast or snack time? You’re going to fall in love with these Easy Super Moist Banana Apple Muffins

My family loves bananas. But, no matter, there are still a few left over that brown too quickly. What is the best thing to do with brown, overly ripe bananas? Banana apple muffins, of course!

This easy and yummy apple and banana muffin recipe is very easy to put together!


easy banana apple muffins

The thing I love the most about this recipe is that you don’t need to use your mixer – at all. You will still need your food processor for chopping your apples. But, if you prefer a more ‘chunky’ muffin you can always dice the apples by hand and keep your appliances in the cabinet.

easy banana apple muffins

This recipe takes only 15 – 20 minutes to prepare – including set up. It’s super fast, extremely easy and the results are amazing!

easy banana apple muffins

You are going to be amazed at how moist these banana apple muffins are.

Normally I like to eat one muffin fresh out of the oven. But, these were so soft and chewy that I had to wait for them too cool a bit. It was definitely worth it. If you use a food processor to fine chop your apples then they just melt into the muffin.

You can also use a bakeable artificial sweetener to reduce the sugar content.

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easy banana apple muffins


4.71 from 24 votes
Easy Banana Apple Muffins
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
45 mins
An easy, and super moist, no-mixer muffin bursting with the flavor of bananas and apples.
Course: Breakfast, Brunch, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Muffins
Servings: 12 muffins
  • 3 Ripe bananas smashed
  • 2 medium apples peeled, finely chopped
  • 1/3 c melted butter
  • 1 c sugar
  • 1 egg beaten
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 c all purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F
  2. Mash bananas
  3. In a large bowl: use a wooden spoon to mix melted butter into bananas

  4. Add sugar, egg and vanilla.  Mix well.

  5. Stir in baking soda and salt

  6. Add flour and stir until blended

  7. Using a food processor (or by hand) fine chop 2 medium apples (peeled)

  8. Stir apples into mixture

  9. Place in muffin pan with paper cups

  10. Bakes 25 - 30 minutes

  11. Cool on rack before storing.

I like to sprinkle them with a little bit of powdered sugar, but you can also coat them with apple butter for breakfast or drizzle caramel for more of a dessert muffin.

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  1. Best part about this? I’ve got ALL the ingredients already in the kitchen. Might just have to make it up this week! Looks SUPER tasty! :)

  2. I make a banana apple nut bread and replace the sugar with greek yogurt and the oil with unsweetened applesauce. I love the flavor combination.

  3. They look delicious. I usually make Banana Bread, but I think next time I’ll try these muffins :)

  4. I have two bananas over staying their welcome in my kitchen. I stumbled upon this recipe and I actually have all the ingredients on hand! What better way to kick off our first week of kindergarten than some homemade muffins :-) Thanks

  5. These muffins look delicious and I love the idea of using Splenda to reduce the sugar content. I’m going to put this recipe on my ‘to make’ list :) Thanks for sharing!

  6. I’ll bet this one is fabulous. I make an apple cake and it is just the most moist cake ever. I’ll have to try this one. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh these look really good! I was looking for some apple recipes as we were going to the Apple Orchard to get apples this weekend! I think I will give this a try! Doesnt look too hard! :)

  8. These were wonderful! I also added nutmeg and walnuts and substituted 1/2 the four with whole wheat flour. Perfect for fall!

  9. I followed the recipe to a “T”. I grated the apples, though. I doubled the recipe and ended up with 12 muffins and two loaves of some seriously delicious moist yummy goodness! Thank you! My bananas were really over ripe, and my apples were one step away from being trashed. What a tasty way to clean the fruit bowl!

  10. These are delicious. I used a little less sugar and butter, and added a crumb topping (brown sugar, flour and butter) and they were just awesome.

  11. I made them with fat free plain yogurt instead of butter for a fat free muffin and they are spectacular. Thanks for the recipe – it’s a keeper!

  12. I’m making these right now, but it doesn’t say when to put the cinnamon in. I put it in with the flour.

  13. Yum, I put half the amount of sugar in and replaced the butter for oil and they taste great, I might cut even more sugar out next time.

  14. These sure are ” melt in your mouth ” . They turned out great !
    The only prob was that they stuck really bad on to the liners…any tips ?
    – Minty

  15. These muffins were delicious… SUPER moist (tasted better when left out to cool than when eaten right out of the oven) and yummy :D This recipe is a definite “Keeper.”

  16. I made them, and they are delicious. I used 1/2 cup if brown sugar and 1/2 regular sugar. Only thing is… Following the instructions, there’s no mention of the cinnamon (it’s on the ingredients’ list.) I only realized it was missing when I was ready to put them in the oven. So I sprinkled some sugar/cinnamon on top.

  17. i made this recipe as stated first time round and found it beautifully moist, but a little too sweet for my liking.
    Next time round I omitted the apple, added a cup of oats, some walnuts, frozen mixed berries and halved the sugar – theyre still moist and delicious.
    thanks for the recipe

  18. I made these this morning with some bananas I had frozen a while back. Awesome recipe! I chopped my apples by hand so they were chunky in the muffins. I also added a little extra cinnamon, some All-spice and Hazelnut cream. Yummmmy! Even the batter tasted good :-) And they smell amazingggg. Easy enough to whip up in a dorm room.
    4 stars because they’re a bit too sweet. I’d cut back on the sugar maybe by half. Or substitute with applesauce or honey perhaps?

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