December 19, 2017 | baking
It is definitely baking season, and these Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins are one of my favorite things to make. They’re super easy and are perfect if you have a bunch of bananas that may go bad soon. Most people make banana bread, but I make these (although I had so many bananas left over last week that I actually made banana bread for the first time just to mix (literally) things up).
These muffins have been a staple since we started changing up our diets over 2 years ago. We started The Virgin Diet and needed something sweet in our lives. These muffins are gluten-free and can also be low fodmap by substituting maple syrup instead of honey.
Before I get into the recipe, I made these early last week for a party I was supposed to go to on Saturday…these muffins get better over time so I made them when I was still feeling good, but then got super sick so I couldn’t go…and now we have a ton in the fridge. I guess Shaun and I will have to eat them all?
If you have a standard pan, after 10 to 15 minutes, I like to place a baking sheet over the muffin pan, flip it upside down, and then flip that onto a cooling rack.
If you have a silicone pan (which I ONLY use now), they can sit in there for about 10 minutes and then I scoop them out onto the cooling rack.
Once they’re cooled off…ENJOY! We like to keep them in the fridge, but you can leave them out in a sealed container if you don’t like them cold.
Recipe derived from Averie Cooks