What sounds better than a warm muffin, cut in half and slathered with butter (or not) and nibbled on while sipping a cup of coffee?! Not much. Check out these favorite muffin recipes to brighten your day.
These healthy chocolate chip zucchini muffins are naturally sweetened and made with whole wheat flour. They’re fluffy, moist and absolutely delicious. Just one bowl is necessary, so there’s virtually no clean-up.
These easy omelette-like egg muffins are a delicious breakfast meal to prepare for the week ahead and grab as you’re walking out the door in the morning.
Perfect for a breakfast treat, these sweet potato muffins are packed with nuts and nutrients for a great bite on the go or a relaxing baked good with your morning coffee.
These blueberry jalapeño cornbread muffins with bacon will wake up your taste buds with their fun combination of sweet, spicy and savory flavors. They’re perfect for brunch!
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This is a vegan muffin that will attract even the dairy-guzzling carnivores in your life. Loaded with bananas, fiber, and chocolate chips, these muffins are perfect for an on-the-go snack.
These healthy banana muffins are ultra easy to make, ultra healthy, and no one will believe they are gluten-free! Under 60 calories per muffin, They are soft, moist, and packed with banana flavor. Also, low-sugar and dairy-free!
A go-to banana bread to make over and over again. It’s tender and hearty and not overly sweet or heavy. Don’t forget to drizzle your muffins with honey.
Chocolate and banana are a classic muffin pairing and there’s nothing too complicated about this recipe – anyone can whip up a batch and have a sweet breakfast all week long.
This recipe will also give you fantastic muffins. Follow it the same way, only when the batter is ready, simply spoon it into silicone muffin baking cups rather than a cake pan.
These muffins are filled with wholesome goodness of wheat germ, whole wheat, oranges and apples so they make a perfect treat for breakfast, or as that in between meal snack or for a tiny tot’s lunch box.
The lavender sugar topping comes out crunchy on the bottom and serves as a good contrast to the soft baked fruit on top of the upside-down muffins.