Muffins are a hit with kids. They’re easy to make, fun to eat and have endless varieties. There are so many creative breakfast muffin recipes, you can have a different kind every day – or even for other meals! Bake a batch of scrambled egg muffins, or try the awesome-est blueberry muffins. Create your own unique recipe with pick-a-flavor honey-wheat muffins. Take your pick from orange chocolate chip muffins or the ultimate double dark chocolate muffins.
Who says muffins have to be sweet? Or made with flour? These scrambled egg muffins from Taste of Home are easy to make and have all the flavor of an omelet without needing a plate to eat it. The recipe is almost like you’re making scrambled eggs but you pour the batter into muffin cups versus a skillet – then bake. These freeze beautifully, too!
Simple to make but oh-so-satisfying, follow along with Ree Drummond’s (aka the Pioneer Woman) recipe for the awesome-est blueberry muffins. What makes these blueberry muffins such a standout? Adding yogurt to the mix to keep the baked muffins moist and adding extra berries on top of the batter before cooking – not just mixing them in.
There’s plenty of variety with this pick-a-flavor honey-wheat muffin recipe from Midwest Living. After making the base batter, mix-and-match ingredients to turn them into chocolate-dried cherry treats or hearty banana-walnut muffins. Or, think up your own combination using the ideas in the recipe.
Make big, fluffy, bakery-style muffins at home with this glazed apple crumb muffin recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction. Pack the batter with big chunks of fresh-cut, peeled apple pieces. For the topping, combine brown sugar, regular sugar, cinnamon (lots of it!), butter and flour. Fill each muffin cup with the batter then top with the streusel. Bake until golden and finish with the glaze.
This dreamy recipe for orange chocolate chip muffins from Land O Lakes has a citrus zing that perks up the flavor. Added bonus? A generous scoop or two of mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. These muffins are great plain, or dusted with powdered sugar. Or you can add a tangy glaze made with orange juice and powdered sugar.
Do you have a big glass of milk ready? You’ll need it when you try these ultimate double chocolate muffins from the Bright-Eyed Baker. The richness in the batter comes not from butter, but a big helping of sour cream. And the intense chocolate flavor? From cocoa powder in the batter along with chocolate chips balanced with crystalized sugar on top.