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Almonds, organic coconut nectar, arrowroot powder, bananas, organic vanilla beans, baking soda, celtic sea salt
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Reviews For Banana Muffin Mix
Based on 15 Reviews
totally delicious if you add a ripe banana!
I have tried making several different Paleo recipes for sweet treats, and they all have been sort of "meh." Not these, and they're so easy and fast! It takes no time at all to whip these up and they are absolutely delicious! These will be a staple in our household. In fact, all of the Simple Mills products are amazing.
Added Fresh banana - yummmmm
Want moist muffins? - add a fresh mashed banana with enough water to make 1 cup. I used mini muffin pans and ended up with 36.
So incredibly tasty for paleo muffins. These turn out perfect each time and I always add chocolate chips which makes them even more amazing! The flavor and texture is spot on that no one notices the difference!
Love Love Love
Not in stock enough! I love 'em.
Not convinced they are super healthy--unsaturated fats in nuts shouldn't be baked...but a tasty treat every now and then.
I added a mashed banana and a hand full of chopped nuts into the mix. My husband swore I made them homemade. Lol.
Mighty Good Muffins
My toddler loved these muffins, and so did his parents! I used strawberry kefir instead of water when I made them, which made the muffins extra moist.
Awesome taste and easy to make. My kids loved them
I loved this! Just like Betty Crocker, without all the junk. And super tasty! Thrive Market, please sell all their stuff. I want pizza and cake and all the things!
When I made these, I added the walnuts and chocolate chips right away. I was worried about not liking a gluten-free muffin... These. Are. AMAZING! Not going to use the chocolate chips next time! :)
Fantastic banana muffins
These are incredible. Our family is gluten free for health reasons, and our daughter is allergic to eggs, so we use flax eggs to make these. We also add a scoop of vanilla protein powder per batch, and a big handful of stevia-sweetened chocolate chips (Lily's). They go so fast in our house that we're making a new batch of either these, the chocolate ones, or the pumpkin ones every other day. I'm so glad I found these.
I just started eating gluten free after being tested for celiac. I have been experimenting with different foods and this has been my favorite mix for banana muffins. I have also used it for banana bread and banana pancakes.
It has been very versatile and everything I've made with it has come out fluffy and yummy.
I am happy to have found Thrive Market. I have been ordering gluten free items from here for the last month and am happy with the shipping speed and the quality of products.
Good healthy banana bread
I use these mostly to make a loaf of all natural banana bread. I like to add pecans to my bread mix, and sometimes I'll even throw in some organic chocolate chips, 70% cacao, which is just about as pure a chocolate as you can buy, except for the 88%, which I find to bitter. But this makes a great, moist bread with a hint of coconut and a whole lot of banana flavor. Would like it better if the banana wasn't freeze dried, but it's not a deal breaker by any means.
Gluten Free muffins!
This is a great flour mix for banana muffins or banana bread, depending on what you prefer. The flour has coconut nectar, freeze dried organic bananas, organic vanilla beans and sea salt.
The muffins come out wonderful, full of banana flavor that isn't drowned out by added sugar. What I like most, is that you can whip up muffins or banana bread very quickly if you have this mix, some eggs and just a few other ingredients. I like to mix in some organic blueberries for some added kick, but muffins come out delicious either way.
- Billie Morgan
Makes My Daughter Happy
I love baking home-made foods, and who doesn't love warm muffins? Unfortunately, my work schedule has been horrid lately, and the disappointing look from my daughter when I don't have warm treats for her just breaks my heart. This has solved that. I can make some healthy food without taking all day in the kitchen, and my daughter absolutely loves the taste of these.
Since it doesn't say on Thrive, you'll need eggs, water, oil, and butter/ghee/coconut oil. This mix will make 9 muffins or 36 mini muffins. You could always make banana bread too, but I stick to the muffin variety.
- Jason D.