Chiquita Banana Muffin Recipes


There's nothing like a warm, homemade banana muffin

…and Chiquita has a banana muffin recipe for every taste and occasion.

Try a new twist to this fluffy and soft treat, or stick with an old-fashioned classic.
Find your new favorite, from the nutritious to the sinfully delectable.

Chiquita Banana Apple Streusel Muffins Recipe
Moist banana apple muffins are crowned with a light sugar-crumb topping.
Oatmeal Raisin Banana Muffins Recipe
The tastes of banana bread and oatmeal raisin cookies combine in these delicious, hearty muffins.
Dark Chocolate Banana Muffins Recipe
Chiquita Bananas and deep, dark chocolate create these tantalizingly rich muffins.
Banana Honey Pecan Muffins Recipe
Chiquita Bananas and honey create a naturally sweet muffin accented with chopped pecans.
Banana Red Velvet Cupcakes Recipe
Red velvet cupcakes made extra moist and rich with the addition of fresh bananas. What a perfect thing to make for your sweetie!
Hawaiian Chiquita Banana Muffins Recipe
Bananas, pineapple and coconut add a taste of the tropics to this easy muffin recipe.
Chiquita Banana Bran Muffin Recipe
Chopped walnuts make these bran muffins extra-good, and good for you!
Glazed Chiquita Banana Carrot Muffins Recipe
Carrot-banana muffins are topped with walnuts and a lemon-Greek yogurt glaze in this tasty treat.
Chiquita Banana-Chocolate Cupcakes With Banana Mascarpone Cream Recipe
Two layers of chocolate surround rich banana cream filling in this heavenly, decadent dessert
Banana Pumpkin Cupcakes Recipe
These whole grain cupcakes are so moist and delicious, you may not want to frost them!

Browse ALL Chiquita Banana Recipes
Banana and Chocolate Recipes

Try these additions to your favorite banana muffin recipe:

  • Rolled Oats
  • Raisins
  • Brown Sugar
  • Applesauce
  • Cinnamon
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Cream Cheese
  • Vanilla
  • Nuts (Pecans, Walnuts, etc.)

And don't forget the side of cold milk!

Did You Know?
Muffin recipes without yeast started appearing in 19th century American cookbooks after muffins with yeast, also known as "common muffins" were found in much older cookbooks. Most people think of muffins as a cupcake without frosting and as much sweetness.

In the 1970's and 1980's American kitchens, trends in terms of ingredients started to shift as people looked for more healthy options, and simultaneously there was an increase in preservatives in muffin mixes as there was a decline in home-baking.

More recently, home cooks and chefs alike started experimenting with different sized muffin tins, small and large as well as experimenting with more gourmet recipe concoctions.