Raspberry and Chocolate Muffins – Saturday Blog Showcase

Please join Lori of All That Splatters and me in participating in this week’s Saturday Blog Showcase.

This week I’m showcasing a recipe for Raspberry and Chocolate Muffins that I found on the blog Stone Soup.  The author of this blog is Jules Clancy.

These muffins, are very easy to make.  More like a cupcake in texture.  Made a great breakfast.

I made a couple of minor adjustments to accommodate what I had on hand.   Instead of dark chocolate  I used Callebaut Milk Chocolate and I subbed Creme Fraiche for the plain yogurt.  And to make them just a little bit more decadent they were finished off with a white chocolate glaze.

Although the recipe is suppose to make nine muffins  but I  filled a 12 cup muffin tin and still had enough leftover for three more.

Raspberry and Chocolate Muffins
Source: thestonesoup.com

250g (9oz) plain flour
1 1/2t baking powder
200g (7oz) caster sugar
200g (7oz) unsalted butter
3/4C natural yoghurt
1/2C water
2 eggs
100g (3 1/2oz) dark chocolate, roughly chopped
150g (5oz) raspberries, fresh or frozen
2T raw granulated sugar or demerrera

Preheat oven to 190C (375F). For fan forced oven reduce temperature by 20C or 40F. Line 9 holes of a large muffin tray with papers.

Combine flour, baking powder and sugar in a large bowl and make a well in the centre

Melt butter then remove from the heat. Stir through yoghurt and water and then add eggs, stirring well afterwards.

Pour butter mixture into the well in the dry ingredients and stir to combine. Don’t stress if there are a few flour lumps. Fold through raspberries and chocolate and spoon into prepared muffin papers. Sprinkle with raw sugar.

Bake for 30 – 45 minutes or until muffins are lightly golden and feel firm and spring back when you push them gently on the top. Allow to cool in the tray. Especially good while still warm and the chocolate is all molten but will keep for up to a week in the fridge.

 If you would like to join us this week just :

1.Make a recipe from a fellow blogger’s website and share the recipe on your blog with a link back to the blog where you found the recipe.

2.Add the Saturday Blog Showcase logo to your post.

3.On Friday night or Saturday, link your post to Mr. Linky

9 Comments Add yours

  1. These look just wonderful, Ann. I'm hoping after the Easter craziness to be able to join you for this party. There are so many wonderful blogs we're finding Have a blessed holidayxoxo Pattie and Allie

  2. What a great combo..I mean Trio w/ he white chocolate..Have a great Easter~

  3. Raspberry and chocolate are the perfect pairing!!

  4. Kathy Walker says:

    These look moist, sweet and delicious! Raspberries are the best!

  5. Linda says:

    They look fabulous Ann!HAPPY EASTER!

  6. I love the combination of berries & chocolate! Yum! Your glaze really puts them over the top. Beautiful!

  7. Memória says:

    These muffins are gorgeous. I love the lighting on them, too. They look so soft and yummy. I must make these for my students one day. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Teresa says:

    Those are so beautiful! They look delicious. Definitely adding those to my menu this week and fortunately I just bought some raspberries at the store this week. I'd planned to make smoothies with them but this looks so much better. 😉

  9. Lisa in Germany says:

    Those look delicious, Ann. I have a question regarding the Saturday showcase. How can I see the other people who have linked to the Showcase? I have tried everything, but can't find where the others are.Lisa

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