I brought these to a meeting recently and amidst platters of appetizers, so many people were talking about them and asking for the recipe that I thought you might enjoy it, too.
I call this banana bread, which comes from Marion Cunningham, the best, because it truly is. Your bananas must be very ripe. I have a trick.
I didn't just test these once. Or even twice. Or even thrice. Sum it up to say that I had muffins as hard as hockey pucks, as dense as tennis balls and as palatable as styrofoam cups all over my kitchen before I hit Passover perfection.
Baking stuffing in muffin cups has many advantages. These are universally popular, because it seems everyone likes cornbread. Here are several other advantages:
GET INSTANT SUCCESS WITH THESE BITE-SIZE APPETIZERS
These new, lactose-free popovers can be baked large to serve in place of bread or in mini muffin tins for appetizers. They each have their own personality, just like our kids.
It's great to make your own muffins, because you know what's in them. In this case only wholesome ingredients and very few calories--160 each to be exact.
Plain popovers are amazing. They are also fun. I still get excited every time I open the oven and see how a simple batter turns into glorious, golden rolls rising way over the top of the pan.
Plain popovers are great, but just think what happens when you add pepper Jack cheese and chives, or lemon zest and almonds. Here are 2 delicious popover recipes, along with a yummy Lemon Honey Butter, to add a plethora of personality to plain popovers.
In this very moist bread, the sweetness of oranges is beautifully balanced by the tartness of dried apricots and cranberries.
After testing 25 popover batters, I have discovered the most failsafe recipe that I guarantee will be over the top every time. The biggest surprise is that they can be made ahead of time and I think taste even better when reheated.