rcp_dessert_DoubleChocMuffin

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  • Kim says:

    I made these and they were fantastic!!! Thanks for an easy yet delicious recipe! I will definitely be making them again! They were moist and fudgy, and even the non-vegans gobbled them up! 😀

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi Kim, thanks for your comment and I’m happy to know that you enjoyed the recipe. Also that your non-vegan friends did too. Team vegan win once more! 😉

  • Corinna says:

    Tested various recipes on my work colleagues, searching for the best vegan muffin – these won hands down!

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi Corinna, thanks for your comment. I’m glad to know that both you and your colleagues liked the recipe, those are my favourites muffins too!! 🙂

  • Marsha says:

    Hi…

    self raising or plain flour??

  • Kate says:

    Is the walnut praline just a dusting for once they’ve cooked or do you sprinkle it on before you put it in the oven?

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi Kate, thanks for your comment. I dust as soon as they muffins come out of the oven, this way they will still stick to the cake but also give a texture. Let me know if you make them. 🙂

  • Agnes says:

    My friend made these for my birthday and they were amazing. The praline adds a lovely crunch to the fudgy deep taste of the chocolate.

  • Anonymous says:

    How many does this make?

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi that depends on the size of your muffin tray but a regular size one gives around 12 muffins. Many thanks. 🙂

  • Charlotte says:

    How many does this make?

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi Charlotte, that depends on the size of your muffin tray but a regular size one gives around 12 muffins. Many thanks. 🙂

  • cha says:

    How many calories are in this?

  • lesley simpson says:

    Do you bake the same temperature and bake time if you are using cupcake cases?

    • Vanessa Almeida says:

      Hi Lesley
      The temperature will be the same but the baking time might be a bit less. Also when using a cupcake case you need to fill 2/3 of the cupcake cases with the batter. Let me know if you have any questions. Cheers Vanessa

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