These bakery-style chocolate muffins are huge in size, taste, and texture. They are soft and moist, with crunchy muffin tops. With the spiced cinnamon and chocolate chips, you will never turn to another muffin recipe. Chocolate muffins in a giant muffin pan Today’s homemade chocolate muffins are comparable to muffins in bakery shops.
They are big, in charge of everything, rich in flavour, and topped with bubbly candies. This is a variation of my bakery style muffin master recipe. The bakery-style chocolate muffin is cut in half to show the ingredients of the chocolate muffin. In addition to the taste and texture, you will also like the simple ingredient list. You only need some basic ingredients to make absolutely amazing chocolate chip cupcakes. Every ingredient is important and turn boring muffins into bakery-style chocolate muffins! Flour: Flour is the basis of these chocolate muffins; we need a thick batter to hold all the chocolate chips. Baking powder and baking soda: A large amount of leavening agent is required to produce a significant boost to all wet ingredients. Cinnamon and nutmeg: Cinnamon is the most popular spice in muffins. You also need a pinch of nutmeg.
I assure you that nutmeg is missing in most chocolate muffin recipes. You will never come back! Vanilla extract and salt-both are used to flavor eggs-eggs can add moisture and mix everything together. Sour cream or plain yogurt-I started adding a little sour cream to this batter. Helps keep the muffins moist, I highly recommend it! Sugar: Use granulated sugar to sweeten these muffins. Oil: Oil can make moist, soft muffins. I have mixed a little melted butter and oil these days. See my recipe notes. Milk: Milk adds a lot of moisture and clarifies bread crumbs. Chocolate Chips: If there are no chocolate chips, these are not chocolate chip muffins! Coarse sugar: my secret ingredient, used to shine and crunch on it. I like raw sugar, or you can use white sparkling sugar chips, usually found in potato chips in the baking aisle.
Bakery style chocolate chip muffins How to make bakery style chocolate chip muffins This chocolate chip muffin recipe couldn't be easier. The dough comes together in a few minutes, making it a great recipe for a busy morning. Mix the wet and dry ingredients separately by hand, and then mix them. The batter will be very thick, which is perfect for storing ingredients such as fruits, nuts or chocolate chips. Muffin batter is much thicker than cupcake batter because cupcakes are denser. The thicker the batter, the less likely the plug will sink to the bottom. Tip: Make sure the eggs, sour cream, and milk are at room temperature so that they can be mixed with other ingredients faster and easier.
I recommend taking these ingredients out of the refrigerator about 30 minutes before starting. Divide the batter among your muffin pans and fill them up. You can make this recipe into 6 large muffins (as shown in the picture), 14-15 standard size muffins, or 40 mini muffins. Put a pinch of raw sugar on top to make truly authentic bakery-style muffins! 2 pictures of chocolate muffin batter in a glass bowl and a giant muffin pan on the batter. This is very important to ensure fluffy chocolate chip cupcakes. You will want to keep stirring because this batter is too thick, but it only takes about 20 times to mix them together. You may notice some lumps in the batter, but this is normal.
Remember, don't over mix! Secret High Muffin Tips Fill your muffin tin to the top. If you use a huge muffin tin, your batter will be filled with 6 large tins, as shown in the picture above. Bake the muffins at 425°F for 5 minutes and then at 350°F for about 25 minutes. This high initial oven temperature quickly raises the top of the muffin and forms a tall crust, so the muffin tin must be filled with the top. The baking temperature for most muffins is always between 350°F-375°F. Initially set the oven to 425 °F, then lower the temperature after 5 minutes to ensure that the muffins have a high, crisp, crisp top. I do this in all my muffin recipes. Giant Muffin Panjumbo Chocolate Muffin Bakery Style Chocolate Muffin Check out my master bakery style muffin recipe for more choices and flavor creations.