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  • Chocolate muffin recipe

    This classic chocolate muffin recipe will make perfectly soft and rich in chocolate flavour muffins every time, so you can rest assured they will be a success with your friends and family. Chocolate muffins are any chocolate lover's dream treat. Everyone loves freshly made muffins and these quick and simple chocolate muffins with delicious chocolate chunks are made in just 3 easy steps. This recipe makes 12 regular sized muffins and will take about 55 mins to prepare and bake, so you can these lovely little treats ready in less than an hour. These muffins are ideal served cold with a cup of tea or warm drizzled in custard or with a scoop of ice cream for dessert. As this easy muffin recipe is so simple to make, you could even get the kids to help you make them - they'll love the experience!

    • 4
    (910 ratings)
  • Blueberry muffins

    Blueberry muffins have never been easier to make thanks to this super simple recipe that makes perfect muffins every time and ready in only five steps. A real favourite with both grown-ups and kids, this easy blueberry muffins recipe is guaranteed to give you tasty treats, ready in a few simple steps and so moreish you'll have to keep making new batches! This recipe makes 12 regular sized blueberry muffins and it will take you around 45 mins to prepare and cook them. This classic blueberry muffins recipe is perfect for beginners or if you're trying to teach your little ones how to cook. They’ll love helping you out to make delicious treats that they can eat later and even take a special dessert in their lunch box to school. These basic blueberry muffins will be ready in just a few easy steps, so this recipe really is as easy and simple as you could get! Once you've mastered this basic recipe you could try swapping the blueberries for other berries instead like raspberries, strawberries or blackberries - the options are endless! Any of them work a treat with this yummy muffin recipe, so you should give them all a try and pick your favourite. Perfect to have a hot drink on a Sunday afternoon so get baking and turn the kettle on…

    • 4
    (598 ratings)
  • raspberry muffins

    Easy raspberry muffins

    Raspberry muffins are oh-so-simple to make - and the best thing is the kids will love helping you make them! With less than an hour between prepping the ingredients to baked, these soft muffins make delicious raspberry muffins are a very quick win if you’ve got guests coming over - or you fancied something homemade for an afternoon treat with tea. Plus don’t forget school cake sales – you’ll never have to buy a packet of cakes again once you start making these. And if your kids aren’t so keen on eating fruit generally, it’s a great way to introduce them to the tastes without putting them off. So much so, you might have to keep the muffins locked away! If you really want to be creative, you don’t even have to stop with raspberry. Just like our top tip suggests, you could opt for some other fruits instead or do a mixed batch to really get a mixture of flavours going.

    • 4
    (280 ratings)
  • Blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins are made with fresh blueberries, banana and wholemeal flour making them healthier than your average muffin recipe. These wholemeal muffins are made with buttermilk which makes the sponge extra moist and spongey. These delicious muffins are packed full of goodness and are very tasty - you'll want to make them time and time again. This recipe makes 12 regular sized muffins taking around 15 mins to prep and 20 mins to bake. They're the perfect option for bake sales or to be shared with friends and family. They're a delicious mid-morning snack perfect served with a cup of tea or coffee.

    • 4
    (46 ratings)
  • Banana and bacon muffins

    Banana and bacon muffins

    It’s that old sweet savoury combo of sweet bananas and salty bacon that might seem odd at first but try it, it really works in these banana and bacon muffins. Munch one for breakfast on the run – think bacon sarnie followed by a banana – not so strange after all. These are best made with the bananas that are looking a bit sad in the fruit bowl, the ones that nobody wants to eat, they give the best ripe banana flavour for baking. They’re best eaten on the day of making but they freeze well, so keep a supply on ice and defrost them as you need them. Great for lunch boxes too.

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  • Lisa Faulkner's bran and blueberry muffins

    These healthy blueberry muffins by Lisa Faulkner will soon become your favourite breakfast treat. These bran and blueberry muffins are healthier than regular muffins as they're not made with white flour but they're just as delicious. This healthy blueberry muffins recipe makes really spongey and fruity cakes that are great for breakfast even as an afternoon snack. They're sweet without being over-sweet, and are so simple to make that you can even get the kids involved with the mixing. These healthy blueberry muffins will take 15 minutes to prepare and 20 mins to cook, so you'll just have to spend 35 mins in the kitchen to whip up these wonderful treats. Lisa Faulkner says: 'I've had this recipe for years - just mix the dry things in one bowl, the wet in another and then stir the two together. By the time you've made the coffee they are practically ready!'

    • 3
    (17 ratings)
  • Mini Christmas cakes recipe

    Mini Christmas cakes

    If you prefer a lighter fruit cake at Christmas then these individual muffin-sized cakes will fit the bill perfectly. Made with a simple all-in-one sponge cake mix they are so much quicker to make than a classic fruit cake too! To give the cakes a boozier flavour, soak the dried fruit in 2 tbsp rum or brandy for 1-2 hrs before adding to the sponge mixture. For a more sophisticated decoration replace the glace icing with blanched almonds, pecans, sliced dried apricots and mixed coloured glace cherries then glaze with a little warmed honey or syrup.

    • 3
    (173 ratings)
  • blueberry muffin loaf jo wheatley

    Jo Wheatley's blueberry muffin loaf

    This blueberry muffin loaf from Great British Bake Off winner Jo Wheatley has a crispy crunchy topping and a light airy sponge which makes it a real taste sensation.

    • 3
    (35 ratings)
  • Blackberry and apple crumble muffins

    Blackberry and apple crumble muffins

    Try blackberry and apple crumble muffins as a new and portable take on classic apple crumble, at its best when the fruit is in season. These muffins are very versatile and can be served for breakfast, as a treat with a cuppa or even for dessert smothered in homemade custard. This recipe makes 12 regular sized muffins and will take around 50 mins to prepare and bake. These delicious muffins can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge or in a cool, dry area for up to 2 days. If the muffins seems a little dry when it comes to re-serving, warm them up gently in the microwave.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Body Coach Joe Wicks Lean in 15 recipes carrot and apple muffins

    Joe Wicks' carrot and apple muffins

    Joe says, 'These are a great little snack to eat with a cup of tea. I mean, who doesn't love a muffin? They'll take 40 minutes to make so why not invite some friends over and enjoy them together?'

    • 3
    (114 ratings)
  • Blueberry, lemon and white chocolate muffins

    Blueberry, lemon and white chocolate muffins

    Blueberry, lemon and white chocolate muffins are the most dreamy, indulgent afternoon tea snack and they can just as easily be enjoyed as breakfast on the go. White chocolate and blueberries go really well together and these muffins are best made when you can buy the blueberries fresh from locally-sourced producers. They're in season from June through to September so they're a real summer fruit that you can find in abundance in supermarkets during this time. You can experiment a little with these muffins and throw in a few raspberries or blackberries too, if you fancy, as they are in season around the same time usually. You'll find yourself making these delightful muffins time and time again - whether it's for friends popping round, or as an after-school treat for the kids!

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • Banana muffins

    Banana muffins

    Banana muffins are our favourite delicious snack, perfect served warm for our mid-morning sweet treat with a cup of coffee. Cupcakes with fruit have to be healthier than chocolate don't they...? We love these quick banana muffins not only because they taste good but as a way to use up ripe or leftover bananas and not throw them in the bin. In fact the riper the better as the flesh will be easier to mash and is packed full of sweetness and flavour. Muffins are best eaten on the day of making but you can freeze the cupcakes for up to 2 months although allow them to cool completely before popping them in a freezer bag. Defrost at room temperature for about 2 hours and if you want them warm simply reheat in a low oven for 5-10 mins.

    • 3
    (47 ratings)

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