Find scrumptious muffin recipes for banana muffins, chocolate muffins, apple muffins and more. Muffins are terrifically easy to make, and nothing's better than warm muffins from the oven on a weekend morning.
Here’s a savoury version of American-style muffins, speckled with fresh herbs and spring onions and flavoured with Parmesan cheese. With their sponge-like texture, they make an interesting alternative to bread, to serve with grilled vegetables, soups and salads. Eat them plain or spread with a soft cheese such as quark or ricotta.
I decided to take a trip down memory lane to my childhood when I used to make these small buns that resemble butterflies. You can use whipped cream instead of making the buttercream icing. Kids still love them!
An extra-naughty version of chocolate muffins with a subtle tang of brandy – just right when you need a treat.
This cake recipe, native to Congresbury, has a light ginger flavour. Cut into wedges and serve as you would a scone - perfect with tea.
A hearty oaty muffin is made into a weekend breakfast treat with the addition of chocolate chips!
The absolute best muffins! Don't be fooled by all the healthful ingredients - these sinful muffins are good for curing chocolate cravings!
A simple but delicious chocolate muffin recipe suitable for anyone to make! These chocolate chip muffins are just what you need when you want t quick chocolate fix. Great to make with kids, too.
The most loved variation of my Muffins. This also makes a decent large cake.
A twist taken from my mother-in-laws amazing Granadilla cake recipe!
Delicious, soft and moist muffins with wonderful sticky pockets of caramel running through.
Really lovely chocolaty muffins, my family adore them.
This is not mine shamefully... A friend gave it to me some time ago and I only just got round to making it. But it is delicious even thought I had some doubts :) You will need a good muffin baking tray, with quite deep wells as this gives large muffins.
This is a twist on our favourite chocolate toffee muffins - try them with hazelnuts and of course our divine caramel!
Full of peanut butter taste! And when I say jumbo, I mean jumbo - these guys are huge! You'll need a jumbo muffin tin and jumbo muffin cases to go with.
The classic chocolate chip muffin! And when I say jumbo, I mean jumbo - these guys are huge! You'll need a jumbo muffin tin and jumbo paper muffin cases to go with. Read the footnotes for secrets to the perfect muffin!
These chocolate muffins are baked with pieces of milky Kinder Chocolate bars. My children love them. For my children's birthdays I decorate them with melted Kinder Chocolate and chocolate buttons, but they taste heavenly even without icing.
You can make all kinds of different muffins with this muffin recipe. Use a simple strawberry jam for a family pleasing classic, or get creative - I tried a peach and amaretto jam, but other flavours of jam taste just as good.
I was trying to make something simple yet "yummy" for my kids' packed lunches. This recipe makes approximately 24 miniature muffins. If using a regular muffin tin, you only get 12 larger muffins and will need to adjust cooking time.
These apple and carrot bran muffins are full of whole grains and seeds, and are a great way to start the day and get the metabolism working. Use a variety of seeds, such as flax, sesame, pumpkin, etc. You can use oil instead of margarine, if desired.
These treats will light up any everybody's eyes during Christmastime. Chocolate muffins are decorated to look like Rudolph the reindeer. Cute and delicious!