Tasty Chocolate Dessert Muffins

The perfect treat to make on a rainy Sunday! I can tell you we have been having a lot of those lately so cakes and cookies are coming out of our ears, this recipe was really easy to follow and the results were very tasty too.

Note that these muffins are from an English recipe so the mix is for 12 but they rise to the height of a standard size cup/fairy cake case or deep muffin tin. I used large muffin cases as they are all I had. The perfect treat to make on a rainy Sunday!

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