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Banana Oatmeal Muffins with Crumb Topping

Banana Oatmeal Muffins with Crumb Topping

Ingredients

For the Muffin

  • 1 1 can of PAM Original No-Stick Cooking Spray
  • 2 Cups flour
  • 1.25 Cups oats
  • .5 Cup brown sugar
  • .5 Cup sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 Pinch of salt
  • 1.5 Teaspoons cinnamon
  • 2 bananad
  • 2 eggs
  • .25 Cup melted butter
  • .25 Cup Greek yogurt

For the Topping

  • 3 Tablespoons butter
  • .25 Cup oats
  • .25 Cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour

Directions

For the Muffin

1. Preheat the oven to 350°. 2. In a large bowl mix together the flour, oats, brown sugar, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, pinch of salt, and cinnamon until combined and set aside. 3. Next, add the bananas, eggs, melted butter and Greek yogurt to a blender and puree on high speed until smooth. 4. Combine the wet and dry ingredients until combined and set aside.

For the Topping

5. For the topping: In a separate medium size bowl cut together the butter, oats, brown sugar and flour until the butter is the size of rice. 6. Spray the inside of a 12 count muffin tin with PAM Original No-Stick Cooking Spray and divide the batter into each muffin slot and top off with the oatmeal-brown sugar topping. 7. Bake the tray in the oven at 350° for 22 to 25 minutes or until they are lightly browned and firm. 8. Cool before serving.


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!


Banana Oatmeal Crumb Cake

As long as there are overripe bananas, I&rsquoll be looking for ways to use them. After years of baking, I&rsquove made countless banana breads and muffins. I love them, but a little variety is nice, too.

I happened upon this recipe as I was browsing through Buttercup Bakes at Home, a great little cookbook from the owner of Buttercup Bake Shop in New York. I&rsquove had past success with Buttercup&rsquos recipes, so I took my overripe bananas and got to work.

This cake is a bit of a hybrid of banana bread and coffee cake. It seems somehow more significant than banana bread, yet not quite a coffee cake. There are plenty of oats for a slightly chewy texture. Plus, brown sugar and, of course, bananas.

And that crumb topping! Well, I&rsquom always a sucker for crumb topping, and this one did not disappoint. The original recipe did not include nuts in the topping, but I couldn&rsquot resist adding some chopped pecans. Oats, brown sugar, pecans, all held together by butter and cinnamon? Yes, please!