These tasty Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins are super easy with my one bowl method for mixing up a quick batch of sweet banana muffins studded with chocolate chips! The moist and tender muffins have a wonderful texture and flavor that is sure to make them a family favorite in your home as well!
This Mini Peach Caramel Cake is refined sugar free and the perfect summer treat! Sweetened with coconut sugar, the tender cake is topped with a delicious peach maple syrup caramel sauce, light whipped coconut cream and fresh peach slices.
This is an easy and healthy recipe for a small batch of Strawberry Oatmeal Streusel Muffins. Only one bowl is needed to make four tender muffins that are refined sugar free, loaded with fresh strawberries, and finished with a crunchy streusel topping.
These naturally sweetened, gluten free blueberry cornmeal muffins are incredibly moist and tender, and they’re bursting with blueberries. Made with just almond flour and cornmeal, you’d never know they’re gluten free! The muffins are awesome just as they are, or you can dress them up with an easy honey butter (see the Tips). I love using a medium grind cornmeal in these muffins, as it provides some crunch, but you can use any cornmeal you have (just avoid corn flour). Take note that if you use a dark colored muffin tin you’ll want to check the muffins early, as they may brown faster. Check out my other tips below!
These Easy Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins are perfectly moist, tender, and bursting with fresh blueberries! This is a small batch and gluten free recipe that uses an almond flour blend to make bakery-worthy breakfast muffins.
These tantalizing Blueberry Cream Cheese Muffins are the dreamiest ever! Wait until you devour these moist, tender, ultra blueberry muffins filled with sweetened cream cheese topped with a cinnamon sugar crunch topping!
Tender, home-made banana muffins with chocolate hazelnut swirls? Yes! Yes! and Yes! :)
These tender, lightly sweet and nutritious blueberry muffins are a favorite in my household. I like to make a batch on the weekend and store them in the freezer to use in school lunchboxes and as snacks. A blender does quick work of breaking down whole oats and sliced almonds into flour, and it’s also used to blend together the wet ingredients, including a whole banana. You could also make these muffins in a food processor.
Slightly sweet and hearty lower carb muffins bursting with blueberries and peaches. Made with almond flour so they are naturally gluten free.
Peach muffins made with yogurt and without butter aren't just a healthier recipe, this is the best muffin recipe I've ever made, and others agree!
Delicious Raisin Bran Muffins are easy to make breakfast muffins made with the classic raisin bran cereal we all know and love! The tasty cinnamon muffin surrounds bran flakes and tender bites of raisin and is absolutely perfect with a touch of honey or pat of butter!
These Small Batch Caramel Apple Zucchini Muffins are a perfect treat to welcome Fall! This recipe makes 6 soft and tender muffins, and the caramel apples and zucchini provide a wonderful contrast of flavors and textures.
Who says you can't have chocolate for breakfast! This Small Batch Chocolate Cherry Muffins recipe is super easy to make with one bowl to make 4 delicious muffins! Sweet Bing cherries and chocolate chips float in a light and tender muffin - perfect for breakfast or dessert!
Comforting, home-made Southern baked peaches and raspberries topped with a tender, buttermilk cake-like biscuit! Yummilicious!
These Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins are your answer to a small batch, gluten free, and naturally sweetened bakery style muffin! This is an easy small batch recipe for 4 tender muffins made with an almond flour blend, perfectly sweetened with coconut sugar, and studded with plenty of chocolate chips.
Snickerdoodles are referred to as "sugar cookies". Snickerdoodles are a sugar cookie, except they are rolled in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Boy oh boy, they are so soft, tender and moist, and packed with cinnamon and sugar taste. Snickerdoodles in donut muffin form! OOOhhh Yeeaaaahhh!
A decades-old family favorite recipe that’s tender and moist, popping with fresh blueberries.
These gluten free (and paleo!) pumpkin muffins are incredibly moist and tender, with a melt-in-your-mouth, creamy crumb that tastes like pumpkin pie (warning: they will make your house smell like HEAVEN). As opposed to the overly sweetened “cakes” that often disguise themselves as breakfast muffins, these nutritious beauties are naturally sweetened and grain free. The easy batter gets made right in a food processor or high speed blender (meaning no mixing bowls!!)—if you don’t have one see the Tips below. A sprinkle of chopped pecans and flaky sea salt lend a lovely crunch (and a delicious salty-sweet flavor), but they’re both optional. While it might seem like a lot of ingredients, you probably have almost everything in your pantry!
Today you are in for a treat! Valentine’s day is around the corner so what better time to share this Apple Roses (Magnificos) recipe with you. These pastries are really one of a kind. Imagine sweet and slightly tart apples glazed with apricot jam, then intertwined with buttery layers of puff pastry that go from a flaky exterior to a tender center. They don’t only look sophisticated, they taste amazing and they will surely impress anyone you make them for (including yourself). So this Valentine’s Day, instead of giving your significant other roses that will just sit in water and die, consider giving them these roses that they can eat and enjoy, and thank me later. Ok I know this is great for Valentine’s day but for the rest of you who are like me and just want a treat on a Wednesday, this is great for you too. Apple Roses (or Magnificos) look fancy and all but they are also very straight forward to make and you only need about 4 ingredients. Your first rose may be a little messy but you will get the hang of it. My tips and photos below will help a lot so make sure you refer to them before you start. The apricot jam really is essential in this recipe. Not only does it act as a sweetener, it also gives these pastries its unique flavor. I can’t wait for you to try them, they are really called Magnificos for a reason. Some Tips Pre-make or buy the puff pastry dough ahead of time. This will save you some time and energy. You know how I feel about making your own dough; homemade is usually the tastiest. So if you want to go this route, I have a great and easy Puff Pastry recipe you can use. But also don’t let me guilt you into making the puff pastry yourself, a store bought puff pastry dough will work really well too. Thinner is better. The apples should be sliced thin and the dough should be rolled thin. If your apples are too thick, they will break instead of roll or take forever to soften up in the microwave. If your dough is too thick, it may puff up too much or take longer to cook in the center. Do not make your strip too long. I suggest going with 6 to 8 inches. If it is too long, it may take longer to bake in the center or be too snug in your cupcake pan. Which leads me to the next tip. Make sure your apple roses aren’t too snug in your pan. If they are, they may puff up too much and the rose shape may be ruined. Of course you can use a muffin pan instead for bigger roses. You just want to make sure the thin apple slices don’t burn from the longer cooking period. Cover your roses with foil midway to prevent them from burning. It is ok if your apples get a little dark but to avoid them getting too dark and drying out, you can place some foil loosely on the apple roses. Emphasis on loosely. Remove them from the pan immediately when they are ready. Some of the apricot jam may leak out during the baking process and harden when cooled. So do no let your apple roses cool in the pan if not they may get stuck.
Sweet and juicy peaches combined with warm spices in this moist and tender cake is the perfect end to your summer dinner parties. Peach Season is upon us and these delicious upside down peach cakes are the perfect bite sized desserts for your party! Whenever it is peach season during the summer, I tend to… Continue reading →