So the other day, when the Broncos game was starting, I decided I should probably watch at least 5 minutes of it. Mostly because it keeps me social. It seems that all of my friends like sports, or at least act like they like sports to fit in, and I like still having friends on Sundays. Since some of my friends were at a friend’s house watching the game, I decided I would first make some muffins for them. Making muffins would kill time within the first hour of the game and then my friends would enjoy my presence more since I brought them a gift. So I made these muffins on a whim, brought them over to their house, worked on my computer the rest of the game and still had friends! It was a win-win situation. And these muffins are freaking awesome. They might not puff up super high, but they are soft and sorry, moist, and delicious.

Even though I don’t like sports, I’ll definitely still be making some Super Bowl snacks for you next week. When I think about it, football isn’t football without snacks. And I love snacks. So I guess I kind of love football. Ok, not really. But I tried.

In other exciting news, I was extremely excited to get a new OvenArt silicone muffin pan in the mail the other day. I’ve used a ton of different silicone muffin liners, but this has to be my favorite. Especially since the pan is smooth so you don’t get any ridges in your muffins. That may be OCD, but it looks way better in pictures. And they look better when you’re handing them off to friends as bribery so they don’t care that you’re not partaking in sports watching activities. Anywho, I didn’t even grease the pan and they all popped out perfect. I love them. This is not some paid advertisement. I seriously want to make muffins and cupcakes all.the.time now.

I’m getting so excited to move into my new place!! I don’t move for a little longer but all I can seem to do is clean and pack. How is organizing so unappealing when you’ve lived somewhere for 3 years but so thrilling when you’re moving? I don’t get it.

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Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Muffins

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  • Yield: 9 1x




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Mash bananas in a large bowl. Add eggs, maple syrup, almond butter, and vanilla extract and mix together.
  3. Then add coconut flour, cinnamon, baking soda and powder and a pinch of salt and mix well.
  4. Lastly, fold in walnuts and chocolate chips.
  5. Use an ice cream scoop to scoop batter into 9 cups of a silicone muffin pan.
  6. Bake for 25 minutes. Let cool before removing from silicone pan.

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  1. Laura Brewer says:

    Can I freeze the muffins?

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  2. Sarenah says:

    I just made these (doubled the recipe). I used local unfiltered honey instead of maple syrup, and used roasted sunflower butter (Sunbutter) instead of almond butter due to severe nut allergies in my family. I used semi-sweet chocolate chips. These were AMAZING! My family is already asking when our next bunch of bananas will be ripe enough to make another batch. The fact these are Paleo friendly is a BONUS – feel like you’re indulging on something bad and you’re not. THANK YOU for this recipe! It’s going into my permanent recipe collection.

    1. juli says:

      yayyyyyy!!! so happy to hear it! thanks for trying out my recipe Sarenah!

  3. Lauren says:

    One of my favorite, go-to muffin recipes!

    1. juli says:

      thanks for trying the recipe out, lauren!

  4. Sarah C says:

    These are seriously the BEST muffins, super moist and yummy!! My whole family loves them, especially the kids. Everyone asks for the recipe. They’re my favorite go-to for a healthier snack to bring to school or pot lucks. The bananas are plenty sweet so I only use 1/8c syrup and often use cashew butter instead!