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Birthday Brownie Muffins

Brownie Muffins

Made these brownie muffins for a birthday party of my very good friend: combining the taste expectations (brownie) with the easy and handy shape (muffins) + some paper cases and party decorations made this recipe a success!

Brownie Muffins

1 year ago – Concert in Rotunda and Country Applesauce Muffins

2 years ago – Darnitskiy Bread

3 years ago – Travelling Muffins and Wandering Bread

4 years ago – Crackers + Pesto

Brownie Muffins adapted from will make super rich, thick and chocolaty muffins. Click on the link to get the entire recipe.

My changes to the original recipe:

Used a chocolate bar instead of chocolate chips, did not add any walnuts or pecans. I also doubled the recipe.

Brownie Muffins

Remarks: The muffins rose fine but cracked on the top. Use good quality cocoa and chocolate for these – because you do want your muffins to be as much brownie as possible 😉  Also, the very first bite of every muffin will be the chocolate bits which you are supposed to add to the top – so make sure you will enjoy it!

Result: Rich, chewy and really brownie-like muffins. Might try these again – now with nuts, as in the original recipe.

Brownie Muffins
This post goes to the Sweet and Chocolate recipe collections.



2 thoughts on “Birthday Brownie Muffins

  1. Mmmmm! Looks delicious! Yes, It looks delicious but must wait … wait for a birthday or some celebration in the family. For now I’m in the cruel struggle for a black and spicy bread, that is an acceptable and novel – for me – Borodinsky Khleb. Perhaps the King of rye breads. Again thank you very much. ¡Muchas gracias!

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