Make the most of brunch with a magnificent mix of muffins.
Brunching: such a treat. The decadence of mixing two meals together means there’s no shame in doubling up in serving sizes, dishes and time spent lingering with friends. All you need are the basics: coffee (strong), mimosas (also strong), savory meat (bacon, duh) and an array of sweet nibbles, like a mix of muffins, to enjoy at your leisure, well into the afternoon.
Bananas Foster was created in the French Quarter of New Orleans in the 1950s, and the decadent dessert has endured as the signature dish of NOLA. Our recipe: a little ooh-la-la-darlin’, sized for brunchie munchies.
Tart and sweet, these mug muffins are a fabulous brunch add. Make a huge batch and freeze them ahead of time, and then microwave just the right amount the morning-of.
Mix a little healthy into the menu, and your guests will appreciate balancing out the more decadent dishes on your brunch buffet.
Sure, you could spend your entire brunch slaving over a hot griddle, satisfying your guests’ pancake cravings. Or—better idea—make these pancake muffins (puffins?) and skip to the maple syrup dippin’.
The classic muffin that started it all—And by “it all” we mean the whole concept of taking a cake, making it a smidge healthier, sizing it a lot smaller, and getting to have a dozen different cakes and eating them too.
A trifecta of healthy: fresh banana with protein-rich peanut butter and chia seeds. So delicious, you won’t even care that you’re doing something good for yourself.
These are no cookie-cutter muffins. There’s a secret ingredient that’ll be yours to keep—along with lots of rave reviews from every friend who eats one (or two or ten).
Balance out the sweets with these all-in-one Italian flavor blasts, inspired by the Mediterranean go-to salad of tomatoes, basil and cheese.
These individual-serving monkey bread are chunky-licious, thanks to homemade caramel and a sweet glaze. (Yes, DIYing your own glaze is as easy as this recipe makes it sound. Pinky swear.)
Get out the Irish butter, olive oil or cream cheese; these cheese-and-herb muffins bring out the best in your favorite add-ons.
We love muffins that take a breakfast staple and make it acceptable to eat with our hands. Case in point: French toast, rollin’ muffin-style.
Moist muffin with crunchy streusel on top; it’s what the chefs call “mouthfeel,” people, and it’s what separates the brunch pros from the amateurs.
You just took your brunch game to a whole new level, folks. Instead of a hole in the middle, these muffins have a tart surprise. Bonus: a simple icing that whips together in no time.
Super delicious and moist thanks to a little Greek yogurt to richen up the batter; the chia seeds add healthy so you use the leftovers as a powered-up weekday breakfast-on-the-go solution.
Perk things up with the muffin that comes with an extra shot of delicious, and so easy to make. A little instant coffee, a shake of cocoa, and a ha-cha-cha.
There’s a reason everyone loves blueberry muffins—they’re just right in every way. And then our recipe takes everything that’s right about them, and makes it better by making it super-easy with everyone’s favorite shortcut, Bisquik™ mix.