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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Banana Yogurt Muffin Recipe

Banana Muffin Recipe with Chobani Yogurt- Yum!



Hello Everyone!
 I'm thrilled and excited to start off my 2015 with a blast. Starting of with my first blog post of the year "The Banana Yogurt Muffin" I hope you guys had a wonderful New Year's celebration and looking forward for what 2015 could bring. We ended our  amazing 2014 with simple dinner with my family and on New Years day we watched football with my family and friends and it was a sweet victory for Buckeyes and I can't wait to see them play on National Championship. Go bucks!
Anyways, back to the star of the day which is my Banana Yogurt Muffin. Let me tell you! this muffin recipe is amazing! The Chobani yogurt keep the muffin moist and soft for longer period of time and it taste good. If you like banana's and yogurt then this recipe is for you. I think the combination of two ingredients is undeniable- surely compliments each other. The idea of adding yogurt into the traditional banana muffin mixture is totally just my personal experiment. I replaced the sour cream ingredient with Chobani Greek yogurt and here's my scrumptious creation- "The Banana Yogurt Muffin" ( Shhh- Hey! this banana yogurt muffin doesn't stay long in my household- my kids loved them)
Are you hungry yet? Alright! Come on join me in my kitchen as we bake this delicious goodies that surely everyone will loved. The good thing about this recipe you can make it ahead of time good recipe if you have company coming over for breakfast or brunch. Just follow my super easy recipe below and have fun baking!- Yum!!:)

* Note:Double the quantity for larger crowd. Adjust the cooking time if needed.
- Used any Chobani yogurt flavor you like.:) Enjoy!


 Wet Ingredients:
(2) Ripe Banana- mashed
(2) Eggs
(1) 5.3 oz Chobani Greek yogurt - (blueberry flavor) 
1/2 cup cooking oil
1 teaspoon vanilla

Dry Ingredients:
2 cups all purpose flour
1 cup granulated sugar
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt

Directions:

1.) Preheat the oven into 350 degrees
2.) Combine all the Dry Ingredients in a bowl. Set aside
3.) In separate bowl, smashed the ripe banana using fork. Add the 2 eggs, cooking oil, vanilla and Chobani yogurt and mix well.
4.) Slowly add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredient. Mix thoroughly until everything is combine.
5.) Spray the baking pan with non-stick cooking spray. Add the Banana yogurt muffin mixture into the muffin tin. I used individual silicon muffin cups but you can totally used whatever you have in hand. Bake it for 35-40 minutes or until golden brown.
6.) Enjoy and share with family and friends.


My kids love this muffin for breakfast along with their cup of yogurt, little fruit and milk. It taste sweet just like regular banana muffin but its moist and soft. I would say that blueberry yogurt flavor is so good with banana but if you like to have blueberry muffin that would be a great idea also. As I've stated above- Used your favorite yogurt flavor the next time you make muffin. As I promise you!
I hope this recipe inspire you in many ways especially when it comes to baking muffins. Until next time everyone- remember cook with love and everything turn so delicious! Stay warm and gorgeous:)

Check www.chobani.com/recipes for more recipes inspired by Chobani yogurt. Yum!
xoxox- Melgie

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63 comments:

  1. I love cooking, but I haven't tried it seriously. My wife is a good cook. She cooks all my favorites. She know them. Sometimes, I was remorseful and was guilty of cooking for her, especially her favorite. I will share this recipe to her. Thanks a lot!

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    1. You are welcome! I hope she will going to love this recipe-:)

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    2. I already inform my wife about this and you're right she loves to do this recipe. Now my problem is to secure the needed ingredients for this food preparation. I hope I could supply her. (2nd comment - Gil Camporazo)

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  2. I'm no good cook. Another yummy post from you sis :)

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    1. You will learn along the way. Matakaw kasi mga anak ko kaya kong ano ano nalng ginagawa ko in the kitchen. Thanks:)

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  3. Oh I'm going to make these this weekend! The baker in me had gone into an indefinite leave when life became hectic last year. I plan to bake again this year.

    By the way, I love your silicon molds!

    Claudine of www.thezamboanguena.com

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    1. Thank you Sis, I think its about time to get back in baking and have fun.:)

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  4. They look yummy, love the cases as well, so cute :) xx

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  5. Now I'm hungry LOL! Looks yum and perfect for snacks and baon sa school :)

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    1. I agree! Come over Jess, I'll make something for you:) Thanks!

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  6. That looks really yummy. I haven't done muffin for the kids in the while and it's a good time to start :)

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    1. I'm sure your kids will going to love it Sis. Thank you!:)

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  7. I lovee banana pancakes. I would certainly love this!

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  8. Sis Daddy A is trying to bake cupcakes. Unfortunately, hindi nya makuha texture. Pinagtitiyagaan na lang namin yun cupcakes nya haha... Bakit kaya ganun sis, parang nagiging rubber texture nya e. Tumitigas.

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    1. I think you just need to add like yogurt or cream to make it moist. Soon Sis his going to make a perfect cupcakes.:) Thanks

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    2. Hi Sis! Daddy baked a batch of cupcake last week. Okay naman sya. Finally, more practice pa siguro no.

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  9. Cute muffin tins. Seems easy to make and ingredients are few. I hope I can get my oven fixed soon.

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    1. Thank you Sis! Yup super easy to make with few ingredients. Hope your oven get fixed soon.:)

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  10. Just captured your recipe sis, I'll definitely try this one next, pag dadaan dito si Manong na nagbebenta ng green saging hehehe...

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    1. That is exciting. Let me know how you like this recipe. Thank you:)

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    2. Hi sis! I finally made one.. nakita na nimo sa Instagram! I tagged you.. hehehe.. Kaso lumabas talaga yung taste ng banana, nawala ang taste sa yogurt maybe because kaunti lang nilagay ko. But it still turned out delicious hehehe

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    3. That's good! Yup I saw it on Instagram maong nag post pud ko sa akoa hehe. Thank you for tagging me!:)

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  11. Looks really delicious sis, I can't wait to buy the bananas. Right now while doing my ComEx round I am baking a carrot-pineapple cupcakes. A recipe from my officemate. :-)

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    1. I saw it nga on Instagram. It look so delicious Sis--:) Thanks!

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  12. Looks delicious! Love it! btw, do you have any Filipino recipes too?

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    1. Thank you! I do in my previous post Leche Flan, Buko Pie and something else. I was more into freebie this past few weeks and trying to get it done and back to Filipino cuisine soon. Miss ko na din kasi.

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    2. Mind if I feature some of your Filipino foods at my foodie blog soon? I run a food blog and it's all about Filipino cuisines or recipes.

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    3. Thanks for this! http://www.filipinofoodsrecipes.com/2015/01/banana-yogurt-muffin-recipe.html

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  13. This is another must-try from your kitchen sis. I, on the other hand, would like to focus on breads and pies this year.

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    1. Thank you Sis and good luck on your baking escapades.:)

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  14. Wow! looks delish.. I don't have any inclination to baking but I love eating baked goods :) ---- from the Tales of Janet

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  15. My family loves banana bread/muffin but I haven't tried that recipe. I did not know that I can put yogurt.

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    1. The yogurt is for moisture and flavor. It makes your muffin stay moist for longer time. Thanks

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  16. yoghurt + muffin =heaven! I just can imagine the taste .yum yum I better save the recipe.

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  17. I have yet to try this recipe. Do you use any other fruits if you want to substitute banana?

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    1. My next choice after banana is bluberries. They are great with muffin as well. Thanks!:)

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  18. I would like to share my funny experience on baking for everything yielded to "disaster". I was a leader in our HE class in college and we're tasked to bake a banana cake. We'd all the ingredients and prepared everything. After baking it, something unusual happened. It wasn't a banana cake... The outcome became, in our dialect, "sapatos" - the yeast didn't work. And our work should be graded, what I did I sneak out from the room and bought a ready-made banana cake and passed it secretly to our instructor. Presto! We're done! (3rd comment - Gil Camporazo)

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    1. That was fun story and thanks for sharing! We have cooking lesson back in HS but we never tried to bake because we don't have oven. It was fun!:)

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  19. wow, looks really yummy, i would love to try this sometimes, my daughter also loves banana cake.

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    1. Banana cake is really good as well. Thank you, Sis let me know how it goes.:)

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  20. Ang cute ng muffin container mo, sis! I'm a huge fan of banana + yogurt and this is one recipe I'd like to try at home!

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    1. Thank you Sis..:) Let me know how the recipe work out for you.

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  21. Hi sis! I already captured this recipe and was already planning to try it. Meron na ako saging kaso wala naman yogurt. Toinkz!

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    1. Yay! that sounds really good. I can't wait for your creation. Thanks:)

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  22. Bookmarked this blog. I'm loving the template as well as the helpful posts. Will try to do this Banana Yogurt Muffin since I'm craving for banana :)

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    1. Thank you Sis, See you around! and I hope you find more recipes that you want to try here on my blog.

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  23. I love muffins! These are perfect for breakfast.

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  24. I already made an almost perfect cupcakes few weeks ago. I think I need more practice to make it perfect.

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    1. Every time you bake you'll get better and better. I can't wait for some photos of your creation.

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  25. I've never tried baking muffins yet and this recipe of yours easy and simple. I should try this so we could have a healthy breakfast.

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    1. You should Sis, let me know how it goes. Thanks:)

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  26. I miss making banana cake/muffins. Your silicon muffin pans are cute. Very nice to use in food photo and presentations.

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  27. Two weeks to go and it's Matthew's birthday already. I will be making moist chocolate cupcakes. Hope the finished product will be fine.

    Allan (www.ourfamilyblogsabout.info)

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  28. That looks so good! I love muffins, they are the perfect breakfast when you're too busy to prepare one!

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