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Bake these muffins in standard or mini muffin cups. Either way, they are delicious served with soft-style cream cheese.
Cocoa powder and instant coffee crystals make these sweet muffins taste rich and decadent. You'll never guess they're low in calories!
Zucchini and chocolate pair up to make these muffins moist and delicious. With pretty packaging, these sweet treats make great food gifts for family and friends.
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Filled with chocolate chips and mandarin oranges, these coconut-topped muffins are a bright and cheery eye-opener for breakfast.
The flavors of pumpkin and chocolate blend beautifully in these spiced muffins. Serve warm as snacks or for breakfast or brunch.
A duffin, the love child of a doughnut and a muffin, is the perfect sweet ending to any breakfast or brunch.
You can't go wrong blending peanut butter with chocolate and bananas. Peanut butter lovers will go nuts for the combo of flavors in this moist quick bread.
Your family will rave about these yummy double chocolate mini muffins. Serve them for breakfast or as a snack.
These muffins taste like a brownie, making them sweet and rich enough for dessert.
Sometimes you just want something different for breakfast, you know what we mean? In fact, having a little something special lined up for the work week can almost be enough to get us looking forward to Monday. Did we say, "almost"?
Crave the marshmallows from Lucky Charms? Prefer, a la "Seinfeld's" Elaine, just the tops of muffins? Eschew the chocolate bits of Oreos and go straight for the middles?
January presents a quandary for those of us who love to bake. On the one hand, the holidays are over: everyone has had their fill of rich cakes, pies and cookies (oh, all those cookies!), and most of us have at least some half-hearted notion that we should strive to eat a little healthier in the new year -- if only til, say, Valentine's Day.
Bake up a batch of banana mini muffins--packed with protein and whole grains--so you always have a healthy snack for the kids (or yourself) on hand.
Eggnog is such a holiday staple. But if you're feeling a little been there-done that about whipping up another batch of the same old-same old again this year, well then, by all means, don't-don't. Here's a better idea: Make this gorgeous Peppermint-Eggnog Punch instead, set it out on the holiday table -- either for the big Christmas party or the New Year's shindig -- and watch everybody go crazy.