Looking for a delicious little snack that will satisfy your peanut butter and chocolate cravings any time of day? These creamy peanut butter muffins, studded with mini semi-sweet chocolate morsels, will serve as the perfect mid-morning snack or after-dinner treat.
Easy to make and yummy
by S. Sarah
, , on May. 2010
These muffins were great--especially right out of the oven. The chocolate overwhelmed the peanut butter just a bit, though; next time I would use fewer chocolate chips.
by D. Deborah
, CA on Mar. 2010
Chocolate and peanut butter...yummy! I used regular peanut butter and about 1 1/2 cups of chopped semi-sweet chocolate chips and chunks. The chocolate surprisingly added to the "moistness" of the muffin. The use of whole wheat flour also made us feel like we were eating healthier.
Yummy says it all!
by H. Heidi
, Derry, NH on Mar. 2010
I bake muffins every week and am always looking for new recipes. This muffin mixes just the right amount of peanut butter with chocolate for an incredible taste. I did cut back the chocolate chips to half as it seemed just too much chocolate, if that's possible! My kids absolutely loved these!
by D. Diane
, Livingston, WI on Mar. 2010
All of us like this muffin. The peanut butter flavor is great, not too strong. Of course, anything with chocolate is good too. I've been trying to find good muffin recipes and this is one of the best I have found. The whole wheat is a great ingredient. It makes us feel like we are eating a little healthier, which is always a good thing. Well worth trying this easy recipe.
by S. Sue
, Belleville, PA on Mar. 2010
These muffins are very good. Chocolate and peanut butter whats not to love. I was glad to see a recipe using whole wheat flour as the doctor wants me to eat more whole wheat.
by N. Nancy
, on Feb. 2010
by M. Maggie
, on Feb. 2010
I like the whole wheat part and I used regular peanut butter and 1 and 1/2 cups of regular chocolate chips. Thats what I had on hand.
Peanut Butter-chocolate chip muffins
by L. Louise
, Butler, PA on Feb. 2010
Didn't care for these and threw them all away. Sorry!
by J. Jim
, Maple Grove, MN on Jan. 2010
Great! Never thought about putting peanut butter in a muffin recipe before!
by J. Joan
, Roseville, CA on Jan. 2010
my boys love them with a cup of milk for dessert
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