Make breakfast and weekend mornings memorable with these homemade 10 Best Muffin Recipes! Whether you enjoy a muffin that’s loaded with fruit, veggies, or fiber, you’re sure to find a recipe you’ll love among these healthy favorites.
10 Best Muffin Recipes…
From veggie-filled muffins to fruit-filled ones, our list of these top 10 delicious recipes has been popular for years and we have a few of our favorites we think you will enjoy.
Homemade muffins are perfect for:
- grab and go for breakfast
- pop into lunchboxes
- great for an afternoon treat with some coffee or tea.
Homemade muffins are better for you than any store-bought ones.
Sure, it’s easier to pick up a box at your local supermarket when shopping, even I at times find it hard to resist.
But when it comes down to making them homemade? They are the BEST!
Made with healthy ingredients and not loaded with preservatives or any artificial ingredients.
Plus, they’re lower in fat and calories.
Making any of these 10 Best Muffin Recipes will surely be a win-win!
Why do we LOVE these muffin recipes?
No matter if you choose one or all of them, you’ll be happy to know all of these recipes for muffins are equally great simply because they’re:
- super easy to make and bake!
- made with wholesome, “all-natural” ingredients, no additives, and no preservatives…
- healthier than any store-bought muffin…
- great-tasting and delicious flavors…
- easy to store and freeze!
- lower in calories, sugar, and fat…
TOP 10: Best Muffin Recipes To Make Your Mornings Memorable!
Loaded with fiber and delicious tasting, no one will ever notice they contain vegetables or healthy oats in them.
So take a look and try one, or try them all! You’ll fall in love with each one of these 10 best muffin recipes.
Also, don’t forget to select the recipe (which is the Title in Color) and it will bring you to the recipe!
These blueberry lemon oat muffins are scrumptious and delicious! Loaded with fresh blueberries, lemon juice, lemon zest, and quick oats. Topped with easy lemon icing to give it the perfect sweetness.
They’re moist, fluffy, not-too-sweet, and great tasting.
These muffins make the perfect snack or breakfast for those who are looking for a refined sugar-free, nut-free, and dairy-free muffin. They’re loaded with mashed sweet potato and good old-fashioned oats and topped with chopped apples on top.
Our cinnamon-apple sweet potato muffins are amazingly light, fluffy, and delicious!
If you haven’t tried a paleo muffin yet, why not try these paleo banana chocolate chip muffins? Super easy to whip up, and moist and you’ll be totally surprised how good they turn out.
They are super moist, loaded with 2 cups of mashed bananas and the subtle chocolate flavor makes these muffins amazing!
These paleo pumpkin muffins are loaded with coconut flour, warm spices, eggs, maple syrup, pure pumpkin, and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. Super easy to whip up and bake in about 30 minutes.
So delicious, that you can’t help yourself but eat two of these scrumptious muffins!
If you enjoy lemon-flavored muffins, here is another delicious and easy recipe! These lemon zucchini poppy seed muffins are loaded with 2 cups of zucchini, enough lemon zest, and lemon juice to make them moist, fluffy, and lemony delicious!
Ten minutes to whip up and bake! Plus, this recipe includes lemon icing because a little lemon icing drizzled on top will make them perfect!
Now, who doesn’t LOVE chocolate? These are truly the BEST chocolate muffins out there! Loaded with zucchini, cocoa powder, and chocolate chips they are super moist in the center, with a rich chocolate flavor and melted-gooey dark chocolate chips in every bite.
These are SO good, there’s no need to embellish or add anything else. Trust us on this one.
These cinnamon sweet potato muffins are our most popular muffins still today. Loaded with mashed sweet potatoes along with other staple ingredients, these muffins are perfect for adding additional nutrients like beta-carotene and vitamins A and C.
Perfect for the whole family to enjoy!
You may have already made banana bread, but have you tried making banana chocolate chip muffins? Well, these muffins are truly the easiest to make and bake! And they are divine!
We never let any ripe bananas go to waste! This recipe along with our Ultimate Banana Bread – Super Moist!, is a great way to use up those ripe bananas. These muffins are truly moist and delicious tasting with subtle chocolate chips in every bite. But not overpowering.
These are like eating your favorite pumpkin donut – only it’s a muffin. Amazingly pillowy-soft and light with a simple cinnamon-sugar topping, making these cinnamon pumpkin muffins irresistible! So GOOD, vegans and vegetarians will love them too!
Healthy muffins like these low-fat banana walnut muffins will make a huge batch! They will yield about 30 muffins, enough to share with your family and friends.
Walnuts offer some omega-3s while the bananas not only offer vitamins and potassium but make these muffins moist with a soft texture. YUM!
Any of these 10 Best Muffin Recipes is perfect to make your mornings bright!
Warm fluffy muffins, moist and delicious, and bursting with flavors! Make them with your family and freeze them.
Try one or try them all! We know you will enjoy these muffins as much as we do! ENJOY!!
What Makes Some Muffins Light and Fluffy?
Some will tell you it’s the baking soda or the baking powder. That may be true with baking, but I believe it’s simple ingredients along with simple steps and most of all, not overbeat or over-blend the ingredients. This will make your muffins will be simply delicious.
What Makes Muffins Moist?
Some will argue it’s the wet ingredients, but for some muffins, it’s the veggies and the mashed fruits incorporated into the ingredients that add moisture to the muffins. What do you think gives moisture to muffins? Tell us your opinion, we’d love to know.
What is the Difference Between a Muffin and a Cupcake?
Muffins, in general, are meant to be savory foods, in contrast to a cupcake that is sweeter in taste and softer textures, Also, cupcake recipes generally have more sugar and fat (butter, oil, or dairy) than muffins.
How To Store, Freeze, and Reheat Muffins…
- Make a batch of muffins ahead of time, allow them to cool completely place them into zip-lock bags and freeze them. They will freeze beautifully for up to 2 months. Any longer and they will develop freezer burn.
- Just before serving, allow the muffins to thaw on the counter.
- Then pop them into a warm oven for about 2 minutes and serve them with some milk, tea, or coffee.
- Blueberry Lemon Oat Muffins
- Cinnamon Apple Sweet Potato Muffins
- Paleo Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Paleo Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Lemon Zucchini Poppy Seed Muffins
- Death by Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
- Cinnamon Sweet Potato Muffins
- Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Cinnamon Pumpkin Doughnut Muffins
- Healthy Low-Fat Banana Walnut Muffins
- Choose any of our 10 muffin recipes.
- Gather all the ingredients required.
- Bake them according to the directions in the recipe card.
Serving Size:1 muffin
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 200
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Have a delicious weekend, and Happy Baking! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
xo Anna and Liz