Double Chocolate Chip Muffins

Double Chocolate Chip Muffins - The First Year Blog #DoubleChocolateChipMuffins

Don’t even tell me that chocolate on chocolate isn’t a food group!


2 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter, melted
2 large eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup yogurt
2 tsp vanilla
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, chopped

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Either place muffin liners in the pan or spray it- I hate wasting muffins liners, if only they were edible then maybe I’d use them!

Whisk together the dry ingredients. In a separate bowl, mix together the sugar, butter, eggs, milk, yogurt and vanilla.  Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir just until the batter begins to come together. Chop your chocolate chips (I use my slap chop!) or use mini chips, then gently mix them into the batter. You could also substitute nuts or fruit, but that would defeat the purpose of DOUBLE chocolate chip muffins (-:

Scoop the batter into the muffin pans. Feel free to add more chocolate chips on top. I used 3 trays of mini muffin pans (36 muffins in total, plus 1 regular muffin).  Put in the oven and bake for 10-15 minutes for minis or 20-25 minutes for regulars. And these freeze well!

Adapted from My Edible Journey

So if you’ve kept up to date with my latest posts this past week, you would know that I challenged myself to not check any blogging related statistics for 1 week (see it here). My week is almost up (the 12th) and this was a fantastic idea to get back in sync with Jesus. It wasn’t easy and I did have a “I. Just. Want. To. Check. My. Blog. Stats.” moment (or two, ha). Someone people probably think I am ridiculous, but many bloggers would probably attest to the same statistical obsession while they are trying to grow their blog. Now, here’s the kicker.. I think Jesus is challenging me to continue this “strike” through lent. 40 days. Ekk. If Jesus can survive in the desert with no food for 40 days, I should be able to do this. I need to remember that giving up my blog stats is not just about giving them up; it’s about seeking and glorifying Christ in my everyday life.

With an extra bit of love for Valentine’s Day..

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  1. Oh, I totally understand the blog stat obsession! It seems that the longer I blog, the less I check my stats. It’s a good thing, for sure :)

    These muffins look incredible!

  2. I completely agree, chocolate on chocolate is definitely a food group! (or SHOULD be ;))
    Thanks for sharing!! Looks delish!! Pinned ;)

  3. Yep, chocolate is definitely a food group in my world! I’m trying to grow my blog as well….and you’re right, it’s easy to get obsessed with numbers! {You can add one to your stats, I’m a new follower ;-)}

  4. It’s amazing how hooked we get on our stats! I limit myself to twice a day! I applaud you for focusing on whats really important! Meanwhile you made some seriously yummy muffins! Would be thrilled if you’d share this at Saturday Share With Us!

  5. My granddaughter is a total chocoholic…she will LOVE these muffins!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog hop. Please come back every week! :)
    Sinea from Ducks ‘n a Row

  6. Thank you so much for stopping by and linking up! I am going to find you on Twitter asap. These look absolutely amazing Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

  7. Yummm! I love chocolate and honestly, I’m more likely to eat breakfast if it’s something with chocolate in it :)

    Stopping by from GYB Blog Hop from 24 Jan – I’m really behind. LOL I already follow you via at least FB and BL. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

  8. Your chocolate chip muffins look so delicious! Nothing better than a moist chocolate muffin….double chocolate we might add!! Have a great weekend! -The Six Sisters

  9. Love double chocolate in any baked goodie. Thanks for sharing this on Foodie Friends Friday.

    Please stop by to vote on your favorite recipe,

    a FFF co-host,,
    Joanne/Winelady Cooks

  10. Thanks for sharing with us at FFF. Love chocolate chip muffins.

  11. So delicious… love a little chocolate in my muffins :) xoxo~ Ruthie

  12. Just wanted to let you know these delish muffins are being featured at Time For You Tuesday! :)

  13. These look amazing!!! Thanks for posting this recipe. I’ll have to make some for my husband – he loves anything double chocolate. Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!!

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  15. I’d like one with a glass of milk right now! YUM!

  16. These look delicious! Pinned for later! :)

  17. Those sound wonderful! GREAT recipe! Thank you for the new recipe.

    Alexis from Running Away? I’ll help you pack!

  18. I used Coconut OIl instead of melted margarine, they turned out awesome!!! Delicious!

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  20. Just found your blog. Thought I would try these delicious looking muffins! Just a few questions – how many standard size muffins does this recipe make? How full should I fill the muffin cups? And do you use plain or vanilla yogurt, regular or Greek? And is the sugar granulated or brown sugar? Thanks very much!!

    • Hi Janet,

      I would say that this recipe makes 12-14 regular sized muffins. Fill them 2/3 full. Use regular yogurt, plain or vanilla, doesn’t matter. And the sugar is granulated sugar :) Enjoy!

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