It takes only 30 minutes or less to bake a yummy batch of muffins, so why not serve a warm basketful on Easter morning? Browse our muffin bread recipes for blueberry, applesauce-rhubarb, spicy cinnamon, and dozens of other variations for a quick and welcome Easter bread.
These tender cinnamon-sugar muffins will satisfy big eaters at breakfast.
These banana muffins are gently spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg. Pecans in the topping provide the crunch.
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.
Bake these muffins in standard or mini muffin cups. Either way, they are delicious served with soft-style cream cheese.
Muffins and jelly go so well together so why not bake the jelly right in the muffins? This recipe uses blueberry preserves, but you can use any flavor jelly you wish.
Chopped toffee makes this muffin recipe decadent. Make ahead and reheat.
For the best flavor, use fresh corn kernels cut from the cob in the batter of these extra-large corn muffins. If you don't have fresh corn, thawed frozen corn kernels will do.
Top warm ginger-scented bran muffins with a fat-free cream cheese and honey spread.
Light ricotta cheese and whole wheat flour cut fat and add fiber to these muffins from Covered Bridge Farm in Forest Lake, Minnesota.
These savory fruit-and-vegetable muffins are delicious served warm with eggs and bacon at breakfast or brunch.
Fruit and nuts pack these muffins with lots of flavor and texture. Serve them warm for breakfast or brunch or with a pork or chicken dinner.
Brown sugar and walnuts top these spicy-sweet and moist muffins.
Serve these cinnamon and clove spiced muffins with mugs of warm apple cider.
These low-fat bran muffins get extra sweetness and moisture from the raisins.
Sure, you probably already know how to make muffins, but have you tried making them with cheese, poppy seeds, or oatmeal? There are so many different ways you can dress up an everyday muffin and turn it into a culinary masterpiece. By adding just a few unusual ingredients to this basic muffin recipe, your muffins can go from sweet to savory or from breakfast to dinner.
Filled with chocolate chips and mandarin oranges, these coconut-topped muffins are a bright and cheery eye-opener for breakfast.