These Easter muffins will make your spring celebration even brighter and livelier!
Muffins are perfect for any occasion. Whether it’s the holidays or a casual brunch, they’re always a great choice.
It doesn’t matter the time of day, either. You can have them for breakfast or dessert, afternoon or midnight snack.
So, if you’re looking for muffin recipes for your Easter festivities, you’ve come to the right place.
I have a wide variety of muffins in this round-up.
Whatever you’re in the mood for – big or small, or sweet or savory – there’s something for you here.
Whichever one you choose, trust that they’ll be nothing short of egg-cellent.
So, what are you waiting for? Put on your apron and preheat your oven – let’s get going!
Let’s get the show on the road with these extremely adorable Easter bread muffins.
Those pastel-colored sprinkles really brighten up the pastries, don’t you think?
The look is super on point, and the taste and texture, even more so. It’s fluffy and buttery like brioche. It’s mildly sweet, with notes of vanilla and lemon.
This recipe uses yeast, which means you’ll have to put on a bit of work, but it’s not as complicated as you think, and it’s worth it.
Ahh… love is in the air. Or, is it just the smell of these lemon muffins baking in the oven? Seriously, their aroma alone will make your mouth water.
More importantly, they’re incredibly delicious. They’re ridiculously light and fluffy, almost like cake.
And the flavor? If you love citrus sweets, then you’ll surely fall in love.
Also, good news: they’re super easy to make!
These chocolate chip muffins are the perfect way to start your Easter morning!
Your kids will need all that energy looking for Easter eggs, and these are a delicious way to get them pumped and energized.
I mean, what kid can say no to chocolate muffins? They’re super moist and tender and studded with decadent chocolate chips.
Best of all, thanks to Bisquick, these muffins couldn’t be easier to make.
They’re hot cross buns in muffin form. Flavored with orange juice, cinnamon, allspice, and cloves, these muffins have a wonderful combination of sweet and spice.
They’re also soft, moist, and buttery. And, of course, let’s not forget about that sweet and citrusy, orange juice glaze drizzled across the muffin tops.
These muffins are also peppered with raisins, candied peel, and dried apricots to add texture and even more flavor.
Want to make muffins, but can’t bake to save your life? Do not fret, for you can always count on the handy-dandy pancake mix.
They might not be as dense and crumbly like regular muffins, but their light and fluffy texture will definitely get you hooked.
To give them personality, doll them up with chocolate chips or M&M candies.
They’ll look so good, no one will notice that you made them from a boxed mix.
I once thought that putting carrots in desserts was absurd.
I stayed away from carrot-filled sweets as a kid, but when I finally got to try one, my life completely changed. I had no idea they were so good!
These carrots muffins are no exception. They’re wildly moist with a tender crumb, and the added dates give them a nice, chewy textural contrast.
Hello campers, these muffins are for you.
These muffins are super soft and buttery. With its distinct s’mores flavor, one bite will bring back fond childhood memories.
With graham crackers, chocolate chips, and a marshmallow creme center, these muffins taste just like your favorite camping treat.
Fortunately, they’re such a breeze to make. They’ll come together in just 30 minutes.
No matter the day, no matter the season, blueberry muffins are always a great idea.
Because who can say no to dense yet moist muffins loaded with bright blueberries?
Who doesn’t love that lovely sensation of sweet blueberries bursting in your mouth?
These are a copycat of the Starbucks muffins. Call me biased, but I think they’re even tastier.
They might look plain, but there’s absolutely nothing basic about these vanilla muffins at all.
They’re incredibly soft and tender, the texture alone is already delightful.
Because there are only a few ingredients on the list, expect the flavors of the butter and vanilla to really shine through.
The best part is, these muffins are so easy to make.
Bring the flavors of fall to your Easter celebration!
You don’t have to make applesauce from scratch, here, so there’s no reason why you should wait for autumn to enjoy the goodness of these applesauce muffins.
Spiced with cinnamon, cloves, and allspice, these muffins have all the flavors you love about the fall.
These coffee cake muffins are sweet, buttery, and cinnamony with a seriously addictive crumb topping! They truly are coffee’s perfect pair.
But let’s set the record straight – these muffins don’t contain coffee, at all.
They’re just called such because like I said, they’re best paired with coffee. I know, I was confused about this, too, at first.
As a self-confessed mango addict, I always make it a point to use this tropical fruit to flavor as many desserts as I can think of.
So when I came across this recipe, I knew I had to try it.
And boy, am I glad I did.
These muffins have a unique kind of sweetness that you can only get from ripe mangoes.
The cinnamon-sugar topping complements the muffins’ flavor very well, as well.
Can’t decide between streusel and muffins? Why not combine two confections and make one heck of a dessert? This recipe is pure genius.
This peach streusel and muffin crossover has a soft, cake-like texture with a crumbly streusel on top.
Finished off with a drizzling of vanilla glaze, these muffins are perfectly sweet, wonderfully moist, and downright delicious.
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