Mocha Latte Chocolate Chip Muffins are the perfect way to treat your family.
Bourbon Banana Crumb Muffins are a wonderful treat, paired with your morning coffee…or afternoon tea.
Tender muffins filled with your Thanksgiving cranberry sauce leftovers, make a delicious start to your morning.
Light and fluffy muffins filled with granola goodness.
You’ll find no guilt in the ingredients of these whole wheat apple walnut muffins!
Blackberry Cobbler Muffins have a crunchy top and juicy blackberries within, giving you the feeling that you are diving into a warm bowl of cobbler. You might not want cobbler for breakfast, but you’ll definitely want these muffins.
Doughnut muffins are something I have made for years. With a crunchy topping and hidden gem of your favorite jelly or jam in the center, they are simply delightful.
All of the goodness of the holiday dish, in a moist, delicious muffin!
Peanut Butter muffins with little bitty Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups mixed in…how can you go wrong with these?
These delicious muffins are a handful of chocolate chips in a bath of Nutella. Just heavenly.
I absolutely love lemon treats, and I also love zucchini – so putting them together in these muffins is a double win! These fluffy muffins combine both lemon and zucchini for a wonderful treat.
The other day when I made these, I was extremely pressed for time, and didn’t have time to photograph every step – but I wanted to share the recipe with you anyways.
I simply love these muffins. First of all, I adore pumpkin. These pumpkin muffins are filled with extra goodies – with cranberries, pecans and oats – making them perfect for breakfast in our house.
These fluffy muffins combine both lemon and zucchini for a wonderful treat. Lemon & Zucchini Muffins Print Ingredients 2 c Flour 2 tsp Baking Powder ½ tsp Salt 1 zucchini (about 6 ounces) Zest of a Lemon 2 eggs ⅔ c Sugar ½ c Extra Virgin Olive Oil ½ c Buttermilk 4 Tb Lemon…
I love making Nutella Swirl Muffins. Gorgeous little muffins with a swirl of Nutella. You can’t go wrong with these.
There’s just something about lemon treats that I love lately. Maybe because they just taste so light and “Springy” and remind me that Winter is ending and the sun has returned. These muffins have a special treat of some Lemon Curd hidden inside. Mmmmm.
I made these the other night for my kids to have for dinner when hubby and I headed to the ball. I made them in the afternoon, and all they had to do was warm them up, and warm up the pizza sauce for dipping.
With apple, carrot, pineapple and more, these fantastic breakfast muffins will get you started on your day.