Chocolate spread muffins

I felt like doing a little baking the other day with my two year old nephew. I wanted something simple in which he could really participate and get involved with! One of my favourite childhood memories is baking with my grandma when I was a little girl! I honestly feel that it is never too early to start baking with your little ones. Plenty of adult supervision and it is huge (messy) fun!

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He loves chocolate so I thought chocolate spread muffins would be a good option, and a little more interesting than plain chocolate muffins!

Chocolate spread muffinsΒ ingredients – 200g self raising flour, 1 egg, 75 ml vegetable oil, 125 ml milk, 100g caster sugar, chocolate spread and 1/2 tsp salt. (Makes approx 10 muffins).

Preheat oven to 180C. Beat the egg in a large bowl and mix in the oil and milk. Then add the sugar. Add the flour and salt and mix until you have a smooth batter.

Next spoon some mixture into each cake case. Fill each case up about halfway.

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Once you have some mixture in each case add two spoons of chocolate spread into each case, then cover with a spoon of the batter mixture. (Make sure you add plenty of the spread as a lot of it will disappear during baking)!

Bake in the oven for approximately 12 – 15 minutes or until golden.

We thought our chocolate spread muffins were yummy and it is a nice surprise when you bite into the muffin and discover the chocolate taste! My nephew really enjoyed helping to make the muffins and he certainly enjoyed eating them!

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18 thoughts on “Chocolate spread muffins

      1. I have used this as inspiration for post #86 on my photo a day blog “You Inspire Me”. It is linked back to you and is scheduled for the 23rd. Please keep an eye out for it! and happy baking πŸ™‚

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