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Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe

Get your chocolate fix with these delicious mini chocolate chip muffins that are perfect for any occasion.

Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins

We had some visitors pop by on Sunday, so we were hanging out in the kitchen. I took the opportunity to bake something. Over the years, I haven't been the biggest baker. I have friends who always cook up a baking storm with delicious goodies.

I used to feel a bit of imposter syndrome, given that I'm the dietitian in the group. I should love baking right? No, like all humans, not all dietitians love baking or cooking. For me, the conditions need to be right. I need to feel organised, kitchen tidy, and I have time to do it.

Anyhoo, on Sunday, the mood struck, so I took advantage. When I bake, I don't try to get too fancy. I stick to the basic principles: some flour, something to make it rise, butter, egg, etc. These mini muffins turned out well—they were moist and tasty, not overly sweet. This batch got inhaled in about half a day with my lot. So, next time doubling the mixture might be the go.

Here's how I made these.

Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins

Preparation 10 mins | Cook time: 15 minutes | Makes 10


1 ½ cups of Self Raising Flour

½ tsp Baking Powder

½ cup of Brown Sugar

1 Egg

250 g of Melted Butter (allow extra butter to grease the cup-cake tin)

½ Cup of Milk

1/3 Cup of Chocolate Chips


Cup Cake Tin

Mixing Bowl


Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees Celcius

Grease your cupcake tin with some butter

Add the dry ingredients to the bowl, including: Self Raising Flour, Baking Powder, Brown Sugar

Add the wet ingredients to the bowl, including: Egg, Melted Butter, Milk

Mix until a smooth consistency

Add the chocolate chips and fold through the batter

Spoon mixture into each cup-cake tin hole until it's about ¾ full.

Pop the cupcakes in the oven for 15 minutes or until they're golden.

Cooking Tips

Test that the muffins are finished by pricking them with a knife. If it comes out clean, it's done!

Swap out the chocolate chips for some blueberries for berry muffins, or add both!

Swap to wholemeal flour if you want to increase the fibre content or gluten-free flour for a gluten-free option.


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