Try these great chocolate chip muffin recipes with versions including flavours like banana, orange and coffee.
Cream cheese adds a deliciously silky note to these chocolate chip muffins. Perfect for someone who doesn't want to be overwhelmed with chocolate.
Stewed apples make these muffins tender and sweet without impacting the great chocolate flavour.
This recipe was shared with me by my friend, Sharon. She was given the recipe by her mother. Everyone who has tasted them will agree that they are the best muffins ever! It's probably the tablespoon of coffee.
We eat these tasty little morsels in lunch boxes, at our kid's parties and as snacks on long trips in the car. They are quick and only use one bowl! The chocolate and sugar can be scaled up or down depending on your own tastes (we like a little less).
With more chocolate than you could ask for, these muffins are the most incredible treat.
These delicious dessert muffins are best eaten warm from the oven. The addition of yoghurt makes the muffins wonderfully moist and soft - if they have to travel, pack them carefully because they will squash out of shape easily. This is for a blender but you can mix with a bowl and spoon if you prefer.
A nice moist muffin that uses left over pumpkin puree!
I started making these muffins when I was about 12. Everyone loves them and they are really easy to make. You can substitute the banana and chop chips for things such as apple, blueberries and apricots. Hope you enjoy these tasty treats =]
I had always been a fan of pumpkin scones so when this pumpkin and chocolate chip recipe came along I had to give it a go.
These muffins are a great way to use up bananas which are a bit past their best days. They have just the perfect amount of everything, light and sweet.