Raisinets Banana Muffins

Raisinets Banana Muffins
Makes:
12
muffins
Prep Time:
10
minutes
Total Time:
40
minutes
based on 33 reviews
5
These easy-to-make Raisinets Banana Muffins have just 2 ingredients. Serve them at your child's next slumber party and watch them disappear.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 package (14 oz.) banana muffin mix
  • 1 cup (6.5 oz.) NESTLÉ RAISINETS Milk Chocolate-Covered Raisins

Directions:

PREHEAT oven to 400° F. Grease or paper-line 12 muffin cups.

PREPARE muffin mix according to package directions; stir Raisinets into batter. Spoon into prepared muffin cups, filling 3/4 full.

BAKE for 15 to 18 minutes or until golden. Cool in pan on wire rack for 5 minutes. Gently loosen and remove from pan. Cool on wire rack. Store in airtight container.


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Jennette Canteen from FLORENCE, SC

I made a batch with nuts and a batch with raisinets and my girlscouts were one big happy bunch of girls. Not one muffin left on the platter.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    Shirleen Chang from HONOLULU, HI

    I had a bag of banana muffin mix and a bag of raisinets (the dark chocolate ones) I added another banana to the mixture and my family loved it! The extra banana added a bit more moisture and flavor to the batter.

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    Quick & Tasty!

    Jan Wilkins from BLYTHEVILLE, AR

    I needed something Quick to make when I got home from work last night, my hubby had a meeting at 7:00, and need to take "something". I had found this, and made them quickly for him. Only, I made the mini muffins. They were great!

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    banana raisinete cookies

    judy stanley from climax springs, MO

    even without the bananas, this is a good cookie. i've also made oatmeal raisinette cookies that are wonderful.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    Tracy Hutchison from AUSTIN, IN

    I didn't think that I would care to much for the raisin & banana combination but it was very good. It made me think about trying other things that I didn't think that I might like. THANKS

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    Great Easy Recipe

    Dawn Pablo from Corpus Christi, TX

    We loved the Raisinet Banana Muffins. What a great idea to put them together! We had tried chocolate chips in banana muffins. That's yummy too.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    JIM APLIN from ORLANDO, FL

    It's so easy even a caveman can make these delicious Raisinet Banana Muffins. I think I ate more of the raisnets waiting for the muffins to come out of the oven. Nothing like the smell of fresh baked muffins. MMMMMMMMM Yummy

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    Great Idea!

    Janine Rose from BRANSON WEST, MO

    What a clever idea - I never thought of baking with raisinets. I made these for my family and they loved them.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    Alice Keeney from STRONGSVILLE, OH

    This is a great variation. I must admit, I would never have thought to add raisinets and it's certainly got me to thinking about other "add-ins".

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    raisinet banana muffins

    Carolyn Wilder from LOUISVILLE, KY

    I made these with a pre-school class of three year old children for "Muffins with Mom". It was an easy way to offer a new variety to our Moms. The children loved eating the raisinets. Have extras when you start.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    Yvonne Romine from Penrose, CO

    What's not to like, chocolate covered raisens and banana in muffin. Great and quick and easy.

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    Okay...

    Marla Rudoni from Santa Rosa, CA

    I did not use a package mix for the muffin part but added only 1/4 C of Raisinets and that was plenty. My 4 year old liked them best, my husband liked the raisins but not the chocolate and I prefer the banana muffins w/o nuts or Raisinets or raisins but thought the Raisinets were okay. I'll probably occasionally add the Raisinets to the recipe just for variety.

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    Muffins

    Jennette Canteen from FLORENCE, SC

    I made a batch with nuts and a batch with raisinets and my girlscouts were one big happy bunch of girls. Not one muffin left on the platter.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    Bethany Heide from TINLEY PARK, IL

    These were good for a quickie. Something that children can whip up while mom looks on.

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    Perfect afterschool snack!

    Beth Anne M. from NEW YORK, NY

    You can't find an easier recipe! It is yummy and a big hit with children and adults.

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    yum

    DONNA CORBIN from Johnstown, PA

    I'd never made any time of banana bread or muffins before, but these were really easy to make and they turned out absolutely delicious. I loved the combination of banana and chocolate.

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    Raisinet Banana Muffins

    JJ Powers from SUGAR LAND, TX

    You can't get much easier than this recipe for Raisinet Banana Muffins. A yummy surprise for banana muffins!

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    Yummy

    AMY MISENCIK from SIMPSONVILLE, SC

    My kids already like banana muffins, but they loved these. I slipped some mashed banana in them to help make them a little healthier and they didn't know the difference!

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    Quick and Easy

    Judy Kluge from KENNEDALE, TX

    The raisinets really add that little extra something to the muffins. My daughter loved them and now everytime she sees muffins in the fridge, she wants to know if they are the ones with the raisinets!

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    DELICIOUS AND SIMPLE!

    ALI MALLARE from Leawood, KS

    This is a great recipe for a quick treat that tastes wonderful. My whole family really gobbled these up! The combination of banana and chocolate is great, and the raisinettes add a special touch that is just better than regular chocolate chips. What a great recipe. Quick and delicious...just the way I like it!

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    The kids just love them

    esther geyer from townsend, MT

    They taste so good and they can't really tell if they are raisins in them.it gives it more of a flavor then just chocolate chips or raisins.

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    Scrumptious

    Janey from Renfrew..UK

    I thought these were very tasty and will use the recipe in the future.

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    Kid easy

    stacy twohig from CENTEREACH, NY

    My son loves to make banana muffins. We like nuts, he does not. This was a nice middle of the road idea the whole family agreed on.

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    Good Muffins!

    ginny edmundson from Clyde, NC

    I loved these. Could not have been simplier and my granddaughter thought it was fun to help me. Will make again.

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    So Easy

    Anna Karambelas from Ancaster Ont. Canada, ON

    I made these for work and everyone in the office loved them.

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    These are a Big Deal

    Mary Nicholson from Jackson, NJ

    These are great, fast, simple, and everyone loves them. So what, they're not made from scratch. Everyone doesn't have the time to bake that way everyday. There are plenty of banana bread recipes from scratch on the web. This is nice, because if you want to treat your family with something special or you are having unexpected company, you can make something that tastes great and is innovative. My daughters friends love me to make these the morning after a sleepover and I don't mind because it is quick and easy. Sometimes, I leave the ingredients on the counter and if they get up early, they make them for me. They are 17 and enjoy cooking and I don't worry about the kitchen being a mess with such few ingredients. When I have time, I bake from scratch, but when I don't, these are the next best thing. People who are beginners need something easy too. To be able to make a mix from a box you need to learn to follow directions, this is a great learning tool.

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    The Best

    Jacob De Young from

    I made this recipe for my parents restaurant, everyone loved them I couldn't make enough of them! I went from making 2 doz each morning to making a minimum of 12doz. The people can't get enough! Everyone keeps asking for the recipe for these but it's something that my Mom keeps secret! Who ever thought this up is a genius!

  •  Star(s)

    Rasinet Banana Muffins

    Peggy weigel from Wedowee, AL

    These muffins are a very good idea for teens to bake for sleep overs and is great to have on hand anytime for the kids and husbands to snack on.

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    TERRIFIC TREATS

    Ms. Diaz-Tello from Austin, TX

    This is about the simplest and most fun recipe that we have found for cupcakes. We used them for a birthday celebration instead of bringing a large cake that would be too hard to handle. These little treats made a big hit. They are terrific !!!

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    what gave you the idea?

    RITA MOSLEY from KENTWOOD, MI

    Not what im looking for in a banana muffin. Homemade with nuts is what I'm looking for.

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    Just an idea

    Patricia Lemay from St-Hubert, PQ

    This is not a recipe, only a variation. All it says is to take a mix and add raisinets. Not very innovative!

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    raisinet banana muffins

    Kelly Anklam from Oneida, WI

    These were interesting with the raisinets. If you like choc covered raisins you'll like these.

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    Yummy!

    Valerie Hohenberger from Conway, AR

    These muffins are the best of all worlds--easy and yummy! Now if there were an easy way to get the batter into the muffin cups without getting it all over the place!

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    mix not recipe

    laura richardson from Chicago, IL

    This hardly qualifies as a recipe. Yes, it is nice to add things like Raisinets to a mix. I felt like I wasted my time thinking I would get a recipe from scratch.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 12/12 of recipe

Servings Per Recipe: 12 

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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    Raisinets Banana Muffins

    Ingredients

    • 1 package (14 oz.) banana muffin mix
    • 1 cup (6.5 oz.) NESTLÉ RAISINETS Milk Chocolate-Covered Raisins

     

    Directions

    PREHEAT oven to 400° F. Grease or paper-line 12 muffin cups.

    PREPARE muffin mix according to package directions; stir Raisinets into batter. Spoon into prepared muffin cups, filling 3/4 full.

    BAKE for 15 to 18 minutes or until golden. Cool in pan on wire rack for 5 minutes. Gently loosen and remove from pan. Cool on wire rack. Store in airtight container.

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