Lauren's Triple Chocolate Muffins with a Peanut Butter Swirl
"Rich and chocolaty muffins that are so moist you won't even know they are low fat!"— Lauren L.
Nicole's Pumpkin Apple Cider Muffins
"I used a go-to one-bowl base pumpkin bread/muffin recipe and added diced apples, a 1/4 cup of apple cider, and 1-2 tablespoons of rice protein powder. Before baking, I topped the batter with some granola and flax seeds. Everyone loves these muffins–maybe they tasted better because they knew they were a little bit better for them?"—Nicole
Sarah and Alexandra's Classic Pumpkin Spice Muffins
"At the first hint of fall, these are the muffins I have to make! Light and fluffy, with warm flavors of cinnamon and pumpkin, these are best enjoyed hot out of the oven with a chai latte!"—Sarah B.
Shannon's Pumpkin Muffins
"I've made plenty of muffins over the years, and this one is still my favorite. It has all the flavor and spice of a fresh pumpkin pie, but portable (and great for everyday pie cravings). These are especially nice this time of year; eat them when there's a chill in the air and you'll feel like you're in autumn heaven."—Shannon N.
Sara's Lemon-Cranberry Muffins
"I love these super-tart muffins - the combination of lemons and cranberries will definitely wake you up in the morning, and a sweet glaze balances everything out. These muffins also look really festive with the big dots of red scattered throughout them."—Sara C.
Laura's Morning Glory Muffins
"These muffins make mornings far more tolerable! With a moist crumb and plenty of texture from oats and dried fruit, they have all the components of a great muffin. The recipe is totally versatile too - use whatever dried fruit you like, add nuts or flax seed.... customize them to your taste."—Laura
Vanessa's Blueberry Banana Buttermilk Muffins
"What sets these banana muffins apart is instead of puréeing the banana, I cut it into little chunks, which I love to bite into when they're still warm and soft. The batter is sturdy enough to hold up the fruit, but bakes into a tender breakfast treat. "—Vanessa V.
Ceecee's Low Fat Fruit Salad Muffins
"These muffins are my new favorite go to treat. They are lower in fat than regular muffins and have quite a bit of fruit in them. The kids love them as a school snack and I like them with my morning cup of coffee."—Ceecee L.
Amanda's Banana Nut Muffins
"My mom first found this recipe for banana nut bread/muffins and proclaimed them the best she'd ever tried. I had a recipe of my own that I loved, but I decided to give this a try, given my mom's high praise for it. I had to admit - these were as good if not better than mine! They're moist, flavorful, and not too dense and heavy as some banana bread can be. They've now become my go-to recipe."—Amanda M.
Anne's Banana Butterscotch Chip Muffins
"Every muffin that I've made so far were quiet good er, according to me. And these banana butterscotch chip muffins from Clinton St Baking Cookbook are just as good! I just substituted the chocolate chunks with butterscotch chips which pairs perfectly with bananas, in my opinion. The crumb topping goes well with the soft, nearly cupcakey muffin. "—Anne R.
Laura's Fresh Pumpkin Muffins
"I eat a homemade muffin everyday for breakfast, so I bake them all time using different recipes. These pumpkin muffins have been my all-time favorite for years. I love them because they used tons of fresh shredded pie pumpkin instead of canned pumpkin. They are the first thing I make as soon as pumpkins hit the farmers' market because they never disappoint."—Laura D.