Another Hawaiian Muffins with Pineapple, Bananas and Coconut

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This recipe may call itself just “Another” Hawaiian muffins with pineapple, bananas and coconut, but bake them yourself just one time and you will call this your one and only Hawaiian muffins recipe. The subtle sweet and tangy combination of pineapple and banana are hard to beat. Adding coconut, something so many of us love, makes it more complex and interesting as a muffin.

That’s not all this recipe has to offer. It is made with whole-wheat flour, an extra nutritious flour that you can feel good about serving to your family. The robust flavor blended with pineapple, banana and coconut will tantalize even the fussiest member of your family and ensure that everyone eats a great breakfast.

Did you know that coconut is an astonishingly varied food and materials product? Coconut can be used to make rope and the hard outer shell can be used to create dishes, even bags and purses. Meantime the fleshy interior has been used to make oil, sugar, and of course, shredded and chopped coconut. It is also a versatile drupe—not a nut despite the name—that is a mainstay food for many indigenous people.

Pineapple, banana and coconut are three flavors that create an exotic tropical combination that fits perfectly in this muffin recipe. If you’re wondering whether to pick up shredded coconut don’t worry. This recipe calls for coconut butter or oil. If you have never tried it, pick some up today. You can buy organic varieties if you prefer and your local grocery store almost certainly will carry it these days. Coconut oil is a solid that almost immediately dissolves to oil when you touch it. So it will blend in your muffins quickly and well. Fresh bananas and canned pineapple complete these muffins and round out the flavors perfectly. Try some today!

They cook up easily and keep well. But don’t expect these muffins to last long. Your family will quickly eat them up for breakfast, snacks and whenever their hunger strikes!

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