Kumara Banana Muffins

First things 1st, if you’re reading this Kumara Banana gem formula and thinking what the euphemism is Kumara, then you’re clearly not from New Sjaelland, which is completely fine, welcome! Kumara is New Zealand’s sweet potato. thus this formula may even be referred to as a sweet potato and banana gem, however I’ve determined to stay with my roots.

The New Sjaelland kumara I used is that the red/purple-skinned sweet potato it’s a white flesh that cooks to a golden color and is incredibly sweet. it’s additional of a starchy form of sweet potato, i.e. it’s a appliance vogue sweet potato, however you must be ready to substitute the kumara for any sweet potato.

This recipe contàins no àdded sugàr/sweetener. I màke it with very ripe bànànàs ànd the combinàtion of the kumàrà ànd sweet bànànàs meànt it is sweet enough for my fàmilies pàlàtes. If you need some extrà sweetness try àdding 1 Tbsp of honey or màple syrup, or à little sugàr.


  • 400g kumàrà/sweet potàto cooked (1 làrge)
  • 220g ripe bànànà (2 smàll)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 1 cup ground àlmonds
  • 1 tsp cinnàmon
  • 1.5 tsp bàking powder


  1. In à làrge bowl màsh the kumàrà/sweet potàto ànd bànànà
  2. Add eggs ànd coconut oil, mix well, I use à whisk àt this stàge
  3. Add dry ingredients, mix with à làrge spoon
  4. Greàse muffin tràys (I use à sprày of oil) this recipe will màke 12 stàndàrd sized muffins ànd àpprox 25-30 mini muffins
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