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Double Choc Chip Muffins

By Chelsea Sugar
Double Choc Chip Muffins
12 servings
  • 42 reviews

  • Difficulty Easy
  • Prep time 10 mins
  • Cooking time 20 mins
  • Serves

    2 eggs
    1/2 or 125ml cup Simply Canola Oil
    1 cup or 240ml Meadow Fresh Original Milk
    1 tsp Vanilla Essence
    1 3/4 cups or 240g Edmonds Standard Grade Flour
    1/2 cup or 85g Chelsea White Sugar 
    1/4 or 35g cup cocoa
    1 Tbsp Edmonds Baking Powder
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 cup or 85g semi sweet choc chips


    Preheat oven to 200°C and prepare muffin pan by greasing or fill with paper liners. A non stick pan requires no greasing, however just grease the bottoms.

    In a bowl mix well the eggs, Simply Canola Oil, Meadow Fresh Original Milk and vanilla. In a large bowl mix well the flour, Chelsea White Sugar, cocoa, Edmonds Baking Powder, salt and choc chips. Combine wet and dry mixtures and fold gently together until just mixed. Spoon into prepared pan. Bake at 200°C for 20 mins. Remove from pan and cool on rack.

    Makes: 12 large muffins

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Average Rating
(42 reviews)

I could taste the baking powder as there wasn't enough sugar and it was too dry. Wouldn't make again.

It was delicious, and I think it wasn't dry at all. If it was dry, then it was probably the ingredients.

Easy and yummy.

Don't get why there r negative reviews.... tasted 100% and look good

Dry and not very flavoursome. Disappointing even with high quality ingredients.

It made 6 more than it was meant to.

They tasted gross


Very dry I don't know what happened but they weren't very nice.

These were delicious! Easy to make. Will definitely make these again.

The recipe was great yum and delicious. Definitely will be making these again very very soon. :)

Yum! Absolutely delicious! Not sure why there are any negative reviews. They came out very sweet, very moist and so yum! Easy to make. Followed the recipe and had not an issue

Wasn't very sweet was hoping for it to be sweet and moist

Perfect everytime. Easy for the kids to help too

The muffins came out well, nice rise and not dry when baked at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes. These are not very sweet which is fine with me but don’t expect them to taste like cake. I used canola oil and they certainly weren’t “oily” (makes me wonder what kind of oil some reviewers used!)

The mixture wasn't very nice. It might have been because we ran out of cocoa

Tasty but quite dry. Nothing 10 secs in the microwave wouldn’t fix though. If I was to make them again I would use butter instead of oil and add more cocoa :)

Tasted very very nice I had two before my Basketball warmup

My 13 year old son made these. absolutely delicious. light and chocolatey.

Not a great recipe, they came out too heavy and dense. Don't think 1 teaspoon of baking powder is enough for the amount of flour. A bit disappointed.
CHELSEA: Hi there, the recipe states 1 tablespoon of baking powder, not teaspoon. That could be the reason for your muffins turning out heavy and dense.

YUMMMM!! They are the best muffins, really good for school lunch boxes!!

So delicious! I made some for my family and they loved them! I'm really impressed with the appearance too.

I didn't think much of these muffins I wouldn't make them again not sweet enuff and the texture wasn't moist.

These are ok, I definitely wouldn't serve to guests. They didn't rise that great, aren't sweet enough and taste like oil.

they taste yum


This recipe is amazing. The muffins turn out fluffy and chocolatey. They're at their best when you heat just enough so the chocolate chips are melted.
Plus you can freeze them too.

Very delicious! They were very easy to make as well! I had to put in a some more chocolate chips as I found that 1/2 cup wasn't enough. But overall I really enjoyed them!

Yummy! I put in extra choc drops. Recipe was easy too.

Far too oily. Far too sweet. Rather disgusting to be honest. Will probably end up throwing them out

It was delious but they weren't light and fluffy

this recipe looks great and the food i made was amazing

Not chocolaty, even using after using a half cup of cocoa. Slightly greasy tasting using oil instead of butter. Would not make again.

sooo yummm iam7 ilove them

Yum yum yum they are so yummy you guys should so try them they are delicious. TRY IT.

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Very Easy. Kids love them.

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Easy to make - a fantastic treat!

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Very easy to make, kids love them

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My kids love them! Easy to make and super yummy.

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Had to substitute some of the oil for melted butter and still turned out sweet :) My boy likes them!

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Was easy enough to make but the flavour was not that nice. Sure it has cocoa and choc chips but could be much nicer

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I found more cocoa was needed, I used just over 1/3 of a cup which worked well =)

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