These vanilla-scented muffins, filled with chocolate chips are tender and moist. Plus, they only take about 30 minutes to make — and most of that is the baking time.
This is a classic recipe — no fuss and still unbelievably delicious.
If you get some extra inspiration though, you could add additional ingredients. Pecans or walnuts, a variety of chocolate or even a few strawberry slices would be delicious.
Quick and Easy Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipe – Less Than 30 Minutes
One reason we love making muffins is they are usually simple and fast to make. If we’re craving something sweet or baked fresh from the oven, muffins are always on the list.
These chocolate chip muffins don’t require any fancy equipment — just bowls and a spoon.
Flour, brown sugar and salt are combined with two leavening ingredients — baking powder and baking soda. They both help the muffins rise — the baking powder does most of the rising, while the baking soda keeps the muffins tender and soft.
Then, we combine vegetable oil, an egg, milk and vanilla extract. That’s stirred into some sour cream, which adds flavor and even more moisture to the muffins.
Everything is combined, chocolate chips are added and you’re done. Told you it was easy.
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This classic homemade blueberry pie is a dream to eat. Blueberries shine in this pie. We add a touch of spice from allspice and cinnamon and zing from lemon zest. Not so much that they take away from the blueberries, but just enough to lift their flavor. If you’re using fresh blueberries buy (or pick) blueberries that are plump, sweet and juicy. You can use frozen blueberries in this pie as well – just thaw and drain them before using Blueberry Pie Recipe – Toss, Fill and BakeFor the filling, blueberries are tossed with a mixture of sugar, cornstarch, allspice, cinnamon, salt and a little lemon zest. Add that to a pie shell then decide how you want to top it.