Muffin Ideas for Breakfast

What’s the best way to wake up the sleepy heads at home you ask? Well, that’s simple enough. Just get baking! Here are a few wonderful ideas to delight your taste buds early in the day with a batch of breakfast muffins.

Banana Muffins

What better way to give your family that morning boost of energy than with some banana in the mix? This banana bread muffin is sure to delight the little ones and is even perfect for a lunch snack for school. The fruity flavour is absolutely amazing, the ingredients are easy to come by, and preparing these muffins takes just about 30 minutes in total…its just a whole lot of convenience!

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Pumpkin Muffins

So, we’ve got pumpkin soup and pumpkin pudding, both very yum! But have you ever thought about incorporating this ingredient into your muffins? Pumpkin is so versatile that you could use it even in your muffin mix for a nice hearty breakfast if you are on the way to work or for kids before they leave for school.

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Caramel Apple Muffin

How about an unconventional taste for the Sri Lankan palate? Caramel Apple muffins are certainly what you need to try out! This would work for your breakfast as well as a teatime snack too. The ingredients aren’t all that difficult to find either and for the baking enthusiast, something new is always delightful isn’t it?

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Lemon Pound Cake Muffins

Need a bit of zest in your morning? These citrusy lemon muffins are going to add that perfect pinch of excitement to your mornings. Bake this amazing treat and sink your teeth into this wonderful treat for your dose of electricity to start up your day.

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Brown Sugar Oat Muffins

Let’s go healthy with these brilliant flavours for the palate! Throw in a bit of oats, wheat flour, and brown sugar into the mix and there you have it…a healthy breakfast in a compact and portable form of muffin!

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