Who doesn’t love muffins!?
I love making mini muffins so once I find a great recipe for me and the kids I stick to it.
I’ve made these banana muffins many times for several toddler gatherings. Both the kids and adults love them so much that I decided to share here with you guys.
This recipe is baby, toddler, and adult approved.
I’m no chef by any means, but when I find a recipe I like I save it on my phone and reuse it as much as possible.
I have three main muffin recipes I like, this banana one, an applesauce one, and my favorite, a chocolate chip one.
The banana muffins and applesauce muffins I mostly make for the kids because they have more basic ingredients and are good for kids with more common allergies because they don’t contain dairy or eggs (which I substitute for applesauce).
I like to make these in big batches for party or big gathering type occasions with other moms and their kids and they go quickly because they’re so easy to eat.
Sometimes my son likes to help, he loves when I bake! It’s a great way to get them to interact with us and learn how to help around the house.
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Again, I’m not by any means a Pro in the kitchen, but with a few years of following a few simple recipes I’ve come to realize that some kitchen products are worth having and I use them all the time!
Like I said, my toddler really loves to bake with me. Sometimes I let him watch while he stands on a chair next to me, sometimes I give him a clean mixing bowl, measuring cups, and spatula to play on his own, and sometimes I let him place liners on the muffin pan (which I don’t use for this recipe).
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My name is Paula and I’m a mom of two scrumptious cuties. Thanks Mommy Blog became a project for me to help guide other new moms and current moms through any of my own personal experiences and struggles. My hobbies include singing, doing jigsaw puzzles, baking, designing and trying to stay creative.