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A Dozen Easy Muffin Recipes

With days getting shorter and a brand new school year starting, we’re heading into a season of rushed mornings. But even when there’s limited time, there’s nothing like the smell of a warm muffin to wake the house up. They’re not complicated – here are a dozen easy-to-stir-together recipes that will come together, with minimal effort, in under half an hour. So when you’re all dressed and ready to go, there are warm muffins waiting for you to sit and sip with coffee, or take to go. Good morning.



  • Easy Blueberry muffins 1 of 12
    Easy Blueberry muffins
    You can't get any easier than this basic stir-together recipe - feel free to swap other berries for the blueberries, or add chopped dried fruit, apples, chocolate chips... use your imagination!
    Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Coconut Banana Muffins 2 of 12
    Coconut Banana Muffins
    A unique combination for banana bread lovers - banana muffins topped with crunchy coconut. Divine! Visit Dinner with Julie for the recipe!
  • Chocolate Zucchini Muffins 3 of 12
    Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
    A great way to use up those armloads of zucchini from the market - wrap them in a chocolatey muffin! The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Bakery-style Cranberry Streusel Muffins 4 of 12
    Bakery-style Cranberry Streusel Muffins
    Skip the coffee shop and bake up your own warm cranberry streusel muffins. Cranberries with orange is a classic - and festive - combination! Visit Cheeky Kitchen for the recipe!
  • Peaches & Coconut Cream Muffins 5 of 12
    Peaches & Coconut Cream Muffins
    The last of summer's peaches will be perfect in these coconut cream muffins - try nectarines or fresh apricots, too. Visit Food for my Family for the recipe!
  • Gluten-free Oatmeal Quinoa Blueberry Muffins 6 of 12
    Gluten-free Oatmeal Quinoa Blueberry Muffins
    Whether you're gluten-free or not, these oatmeanl quinoa blueberry muffins are delicious - a healthy snack to get you started in the morning. The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Fresh Peach Bran Muffins 7 of 12
    Fresh Peach Bran Muffins
    Peaches and bran are a delicious combination - with this superb basic bran muffin recipe you can mix and match addition - swap peaches for fresh or frozen berries or chopped apples for a flavor variation. Visit Dinner with Julie for the recipe!
  • Squash & Pear Morning Glory Muffins 8 of 12
    Squash & Pear Morning Glory Muffins
    Perfect for fall, here's a new use for winter squash - besides soup! Just grate and bake in a muffin as you would use carrots. Visit Dinner with Julie for the recipe!
  • Strawberry Browned Butter Muffins 9 of 12
    Strawberry Browned Butter Muffins
    Browning butter first gives it - and these muffins - a delicious flavor boost. Whatever you add, these may become your new favorite muffin! The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Vegan Chocolate Chip Clementine Muffins 10 of 12
    Vegan Chocolate Chip Clementine Muffins
    Delicious vegan muffins take advantage of the classic chocolate-orange combo, using Clementines in season. The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Nutella Bran Muffins 11 of 12
    Nutella Bran Muffins
    Nutella and bran are a great combination too - pack some nutrition and some decadence into one muffin! The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Brown Sugar Blueberry Muffins 12 of 12
    Brown Sugar Blueberry Muffins
    These lovely, moist, caramelly muffins (from the brown sugar) are delicious warm from the oven!
    Family Kitchen has the recipe!

Wondering how to spruce up your kid’s lunch box this year? Try Babble’s Back-to-School Recipes!

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