So what makes the perfect lunchbox muffins recipe?
To my mind, the perfect lunchbox muffins recipe will give you the keys to delicious muffins (obviously!) but then also muffins that are customisable, freezable, requiring no fancy ingredients and ready to bake in minutes without using lots of kitchen utensils.
As you will see, this recipe ticks all the boxes. These little muffins will be in your oven in less than 5 minutes, made from ingredients you most likely already have in your fridge and cupboard, using only a mixing bowl a fork or whisk and muffin trays. You will be able to jazz up the recipe with vanilla seeds, berries, raisins, milk chocolate buttons, dark chocolate chips… Finally, they freeze really well. I have checked and they will defrost in less than an hour and a half, which means you can add them frozen to your children’s snackbox at breakfast and they will be able to enjoy them as morning snacks.
The perfect lunchbox muffins
As you will see, this lunchbox muffins recipe ticks all the boxes. These little muffins will be in your oven in less than 5 minutes, made from ingredients you most likely already have in your fridge and cupboard. You will be able to jazz up the recipe with vanilla seeds, berries, raisins, milk chocolate buttons, dark chocolate chips... Finally, they freeze really well.
- 1.5 mug self raising flour
- 1 mug sugar
- 1/2 mug milk
- 1/2 mug vegetable oil
- 1 egg
- 1 pinch salt
Preheat your oven to 180ºC.
Combine all your ingredients and poor the mixture into your muffin trays to make 10 little muffins. Feel free to get creative adding vanilla seeds, berries, raisins, milk chocolate buttons, dark chocolate chips...
Bake for 20 minutes. Voilà!
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What a scrummy recipe! Will definitely be trying this for my little muffin fiend :-)
Perfect!! I was looking for an easy muffin recipe and this one great! Thanks :)
These look scrummy. The recipe is so adaptable too to add what you like into them
Oh my goodness these look so great. I’m going to try and make these with my daughter…
This sounds such an easy recipe to make, I will need to give it a try with gluten free flour and almond milk. Hopefully it works just as well 😃 Oh Your lunchboxes are soooo cute, I already have snack boxes that I bought recently otherwise I would have picked up one of these.
These look so yummy and a fantastic choice for picnics and lunchboxes.
Yes, this is exactly what I needed! It’s been on my mind to look for a good recipe all week. I’m so glad I’ve come across this one, especially with how easy it looks to make it.
Thanks for sharing.
These lunch box muffins sound so delicious. I don’t like a lot of clean up when I am baking. This recipe would not create a big mess to clean. They sound so delicious. I will have to try them.