Recipe by Suzanne Hale
"These muffins are some of the best I've ever tasted. The lavender gives the flavor a slightly fresher taste, bringing out the vibrancy of the blueberries. You've got to try it! Serve warm with soft butter, if desired."
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1 1/2 teaspoons
ripe bananas, mashed
These are INCREDIBLE. They made my house smell like lavender while they were baking! I'll be hinting that I want for these for my Mother's Day breakfast........The muffin cups will be almost full, but don't let that scare you--the recipe is perfect, instructions are perfect, just make sure you like lavender if you make these. The taste is not overpowering, but you can tell that it's there (and I love it!). Thank you for sharing such a delightful recipe!!
These were moist, and the texture was good. I like lavender, blueberries and bananas, but the flavors combined were just a bit off. I think it's just a personal preference, nothing wrong with the recipe.
We absolutely LOVED these muffins! They have everything in them we like; Blueberries, bananas and just a hint of lavendar. And, yet they are not dense and heavy. I made them per the recipe with no changes, except my blueberries were from my freezer and I added them frozen. Also, I used a corn oil/canola oil blend. I will make again for sure! This recipe is a keeper.
I made this true to the recipe and they are perfect. Very moist with just the right amount of lavender. My 4 little girls love them!
Love these muffins! This is the first muffin with whole wheat flour that I've got to rise beautifully! I used grape-seed oil in place of canola and added a teaspoon vanilla. I also used a 6-muffin pan and added 10 minutes to the bake time.
Very nice. The lavender is noticeable, but hubs still liked the muffins. I wasn't sure he would . . . .however, it gives a subtle flavor. without the lavender, I'd definitely add vanilla or cinnamon, but with it was rather lovely. The muffins do not overfill, rise nicely, and are a tad dense but are nice little muffins for breakfast or a snack. Thanks for the recipe!
Wishing I had more overripe bananas to use! These are absolutely delicious! I varied the recipe only slightly: 1) Used 3/4 cup of sugar instead of 1 cup since the fruit adds plenty of sweetness, 2) Subbed out 1/2 the oil and used unsweetened applesauce instead, 3) added a tiny dash of vanilla. These muffins did not have a strong banana flavor, so if you're looking for that you may need to adjust the quantity of banana. I prefer it with only mild banana flavor though, and thought the blueberry and lavender added such a nice, fresh touch.
These are so moist and yummy! I only made a couple of changes, reduced sugar to 3/4 cup, substituted applesauce for oil and upped the blueberries to 1 1/2 cups!! Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe! I also used frozen berries and thawed bananas that I had previously frozen for smoothies. ~Linda from Cedar Hills, Ut~
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Banana Blueberry Muffins with Lavender
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 50
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