My baking buddy "I" given a box of chocolate muffins to me and within 1 days, the 8 muffins were finished. Dear daughter ate it and her 1st comment was she dun quite like it cos the cake texture is too soft, "I prefer not so soft cake" she said. However, after she finished one, I saw her taking another one, I asked her why she is taking another one since she dun quite like it. She answered me that she changed her mind and love it now. Then after that, she took another one more again but she can only finished half, so in total she ate 2 1/2 muffins at one go!
So of course, how can I not asking for the recipe lol.
Recipe adapted from "I'.
Ingredients : (for about 18 muffin, bottom dimension of muffin case 5cm)
170g self raising flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
70g cocoa powder
1/2 tsp vanilla powder (use 1 tsp if you are using vanilla extract/essence and put under ingredients B)
190g castor sugar (you may increase to 220g if you prefer sweeter)
160g chocolate chips
120g butter, melted
40g chocolate chips / chocolate rice (to sprinkle)
1. Sift (A) into a mixing bowl and add in 160g chocolate chips, stir and mix well.
2. Whisk (B) until well combine.
3. Pour (A) into (B) and folded gentle to mix well.
4. Fill up the muffin cases 60% full with the mixture and sprinkle 40g of the chocolate chips / rice on top.
5. Bake in pre-heated oven at 170C for 15-20 mins.
These muffins are very chocolaty, soft and moist. The texture is so tender that making it to be easily "breakable" into pieces. These muffins are truely delicious, definitely a keeper.
Joceline, must thank you and Eileen to share tips with me, so now need more practising to become best friend with my camera hahaha...Delete
Ya ya I super love this muffins, yum yum!
Wow, soooooo yummy!ReplyDelete
Cheah, is really yummy hahaha...Delete
Thank you Mandy, all cos of the tips from Eileen and Joceline :D. Yes must thank to her for sharing such lovely recipe heeheehee...Delete
Chocolate, i loves, yum yum...ReplyDelete
Wow! They look super chocolatey and yummy! I think I am going to try this out! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Love your pictures more and more.
Ya the muffins indeed look very chocolaty. Bookmarked.
Oh yeah, the picture tells all, your chocolate cupcake look very moist there! And matching with the pink cupcake liners & pink flowers, look even better coz I like pink colour, hahaha!ReplyDelete
Jess, I love chocolate muffins! 4 muffins at one go is no problem :) That's why I so fat heh..heh...heh....ReplyDelete
Jess, love the pictures. The chocolate muffins look so yummy!!ReplyDelete
delicious and beautifully done...... also see my blog post http://raaazzzfoodlove.blogspot.in/2013/08/guest-post-baking.htmlReplyDelete
hahaha, she is our 'mutual friend', yummy cake and your photos look lovely too.ReplyDelete
aiya, i also 半桶水la, but practice make perfect, keep it up
The muffins look so chocolaty with soft texture! No wonder your daughter like it so much!ReplyDelete
Can imagine the richness while looking at the glossy dark appearance! ^^Yummy~~ReplyDelete
蛋糕和照片都很赞！ 这个我家老公可以吃很多个，他是巧克力monster 呵呵ReplyDelete
The muffins look very delicious and pretty!ReplyDelete
My kids will love these muffins very much!!
they are cute and pretty too!..and they are so chocolatey looking!ReplyDelete
I tried Jess's Double Chocolate Muffins recipe yesterday and it is delicious! It is very easy to bake as well! Please give it a try and you will start looking into Jess's recipesss.
gorgeous clicks for the chocolate muffins,looks so adorable :-)ReplyDelete
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