Easy Chocolate Muffin Recipe with Tulip Chocolate

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It is easy to try the chocolate muffin recipe from home. Unlike cupcakes, a chocolate muffin has a dense and more crunchy texture. It can be an option if you want to make something with less effort because it requires you no frosting. Also, chocolate muffins can be the ‘menu of the day’ at your bakery because everyone loves them!

In this article, we have prepared an easy guide on how to make chocolate muffins. We have also prepared some easy hacks to upgrade your chocolate muffins to delicious, chef-made chocolate muffins.

Easy Chocolate Muffin Recipe

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  1. Preheat oven to 218°C/425°F
  2. Chop Tulip Milk Chocolate Compound into small pieces and put it into a heat-proof bowl
  3. Put the butter inside the bowl and microwave it at high temperature for 10 seconds
  4. Take out the bowl from the microwave and whisk until completely smooth
  5. Add sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, and sour cream, mix it until well combined
  6. Take another bowl and sift the flour and cocoa powder, add baking soda and salt afterward, then whisk the dry ingredients together
  7. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and mix it well
  8. Pour the batter into the muffin cup and fill every cup all the way to the top
  9. Bake the muffins for 15 minutes in the oven or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the muffins comes out clean
  10. Take the chocolate muffins out of the oven after
  11. Transfer to a wire rack and then let them cool ar room temperature
  12. When they're cool, you can decorate the muffins as you wish and serve them

Upgrade Your Chocolate Muffin with these Practical Hacks

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These chocolate muffins may be easy to make, but did you know that there are also some equally easy hacks to take your chocolate muffins to the next level?

To make your chocolate muffins taste and look even better, you can try each tip below to add more variants to your menu list. Here are the important tips for you: 

1. Change Your Cocoa Powder with Tulip Cioccolato

If you want to go hassle-free, you can replace the cocoa powder with Tulip Cioccolato, our own cocoa mix that already contains sugar and milk. With its well-balanced mix of sugar and milk, Tulip Cioccolato is undoubtedly a perfect ingredient for you who like to be hassle-free, yet still have a tasty chocolate muffin!

2. Use Chocolate Chips Inside the Chocolate Muffin

Chocolate chips are one of the best additions you can mix into your muffin batter. The chocolate chips will add a crunchy texture and a rich chocolate flavor to each bite of your muffins. We have Tulip White Chocolate Compound Chips and Tulip Dark Chocolate Compound Chips that can be found at Tulip Chocolate Toppings & Decorations.

3. Inject The Chocolate Muffin with Chocolate Syrup

You can also add another variant by injecting Tulip Sciroppi inside the chocolate muffin. The velvety chocolate syrup gives that extra surprise and makes you crave for more. 

4. Use Drizzling Melted Chocolate to Decorate your Chocolate Muffin

Melt some Tulip Dark Chocolate Compound and drizzle it on top of the chocolate muffin. It gives your chocolate muffin an upgraded look and taste. Be adventurous and try our other Tulip Chocolate Compound Series based on your preference. 

Read also: A Simple Recipe for Chocolate Truffles

Tulip Has Every Chocolate Material You Need!

For any chocolate needs for your bakery, Tulip has it all. Now with your upgraded look, time to take some shots to attract your customers to order their own chocolate muffins. Also, you can find another Tulip product that you might need for another recipe on your menu list! 


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