As far as I am concerned, there is never a bad time for muffins. Or chocolate. Or peanut butter. And all the better if you can combine all three flavors into one tasty bite, right?
So, I created these double-chocolate mini muffins. This homemade muffin recipe is ideal for breakfast, dessert, or both. I enjoyed one (or three…) as a snack, alongside a cup of my favorite mint tea. (This, incidentally, ended up leading to a craving for chocolate-mint brownies, and the creation of my Dark Chocolate Brownies with Mint Buttercream Frosting recipe!)
These muffins start with a chocolate base, which is made even more chocolatey with the addition of semi-sweet chocolate chips. They’re then filled with creamy peanut butter. And, finally, the muffins are topped with a sprinkle of sea salt. The end result is that perfect combination of salty and sweet. What could be better?