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Monkey Banana Muffins

Hi! I’m Linda from Craftaholics Anonymous┬« and I’m happy to be here to share a quick easy food craft with you today as part of the Chicks’ fun Summer Series! {love those girls!!} The theme is Rainforest and every time I think of a rain forest, I think of Monkeys! So I made these easy Monkey Banana Muffins as a fun treat for your littles.

Monkey Banana Muffins

These delicious little monkeys not only look cute, but they’re fun to eat! My 2 boys {ages 4 and 6} were my taste testers and they loved them! So these muffins are kid-approved.

Notice: I gave them all hair-do’s! ­čśë

How to Make Monkey Banana Muffins

Ingredients:

  • Banana Break Mix {yes, I went the easy route!}
  • Cupcake liners
  • Vanilla wafers {2 per monkey}
  • Black Gel Icing
  • Chocolate Frosting
  • Small Black Candies {2 per monkey}

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Yep, I used a banana bread mix! Don’t shoot me! But you can use your favorite banana bread recipe and cook it in muffin tins…or buy a box like I did! hehe!

Make your banana muffins according to the directions on the box.

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Let the muffins cool before decorating.

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Frost each muffin with chocolate frosting. Notice how I gave each monkey a “hair-do” with a frosting swirl?! This one sorta looks like Elvis to me. lol

Place 1 vanilla water for the mouth, break the second vanilla wafer in half and place them on for the ears. Place the candies for the eyes and then draw 2 nostrils and a mouth with the black gel frosting. And done!

Super cute and very yummy! Your kids will love these monkey muffins!

Linda from Craftaholics AnonymousFor more craft, DIY, and kid craft ideas, check out my blog, Craftaholics Anonymous®!

Happy crafting!

Linda

 

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Be sure to check out the other posts in our Rainforest Week for more fun ideas!

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