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Chocolate Chip Muffins

If you love bakery style muffins these Chocolate Chip Muffins are a must try!

Chocolate Chip Muffins

My family has been making these muffins for years. They are one of our all time favorite muffin recipes. I even have a gluten free version of them. So if you are gluten free be sure to check out my Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins.

This recipe is adapted from a recipe I got out of a Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes cookbook I bought several months ago.  I love the cookbook. The two recipes that I have tried so far have been great and I have quite a few more that I want try.

Chocolate Chip Muffins

This week I wanted to send something to my husband’s office for a treat. Muffins are always popular, so I decided to see what I could find in the Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes. She had a recipe for chocolate chunk cupcakes, but they were very similar to a muffin.

The idea of a chocolate chip muffin sounded really good, so I decided to adapt them into a muffin recipe. I decreased the liquid and did some minor adjusting to the recipe. They turned out great!

Chocolate Chip Muffins

If you love bakery style muffins I think you will love these!

These are definitely not a healthy muffin. They are a treat.  I think they would be great as a cupcake with my chocolate frosting.

Chocolate Chip Muffins


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  1. This looks yummy! I love chocolate in muffins.

  2. Michelle says:

    These tasted really good but the chocolate chips all sunk to the bottom 🙁

    • @Michelle, I have not had this happen with this recipe, but I have others. Try tossing the chocolate chips in a few tablespoons of the flour. This usually helps this problem.

    • @Michelle, I should have added that for some reason coating things like chips or raisins in flour, keeps them from sinking. I learned it from my grandmother. However, I don’t usually do it, unless I have had a problem with them sinking.

  3. I tried these muffins out and they came out a little slumped down, like they didnt rise at all, so I checked with other recpies and they usually call for 2 full teaspoons, they were delisious but I want those beauitful muffin tops for Ill add a bit more powder to make them rise 🙂

  4. In the picture it looks like you’re using the LARGE muffin pan; and that pan holds 6 very large muffins.

    Or does this recipe call for the pan that holds 12 muffins?

    Thank you for all your recipes!

    • The pan in the picture is a 6 cup muffin tin, but it is the normal size muffin. I think it just looks that way because of the angle the picture is taken. I have several muffin pans, both 6 and 12 muffin ones, because I often double my muffin recipes to freeze some. I hope that helps and you enjoy the muffins!


  1. […] I was determined not to give up on these muffins. My family loved Martha Stewart’s Chocolate Chip Muffins before we went gluten free. And they were one of those recipes that I knew I really wanted to adapt […]

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