This recipe started as a failed experiment turned into something great. I set out to make a sort of chocolate spread, but the texture wasn’t right, so I turned it into muffins and boy am I glad I did. These little muffins are so tasty!
Chocolate Walnut Honey Muffins:
Makes about 10-12 mini muffins
1. To start, you make a walnut paste in the food processor. First, put the walnuts in the food processor and blend. At first it will become crumbly and look sort of like ground walnuts, but continue to blend, stopping along the way to scrape the sides, until it is a paste like consistency.
2. Once you have the walnut paste add the remaining ingredients to the food processor and blend.
3. Line a mini-muffin tin with liners. I use silicone mini muffin liners and it makes it a lot easier. You can wash and reuse them and they make it easy to get the muffins out of the liner.
4. Make a ball the size of the mini muffin cup and put it in the liner. Bake at 350° for about 10 minutes.
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