Fluffy, moist brownie muffins topped with an airy chocolate cream. It’s the most decadent way to start your morning.
Whenever I get a craving for chocolate, it is beyond fierce. There isn’t anything I won’t do if it means I get some chocolate.
I become the adult female version of Chocolate Boy from Hey Arnold. When I crave chocolate, you can be sure to find it in my purse, in my closet, and incorporated in just about everything I eat that day.
Yes, even my savory meals like dinner. I told you, it’s bad.
But chocolate in the morning. I mean starting your day with chocolate… it’s actually good for you.
It’s true. They say (whoever “they” are... doctors, I think) that chocolate in the morning keeps you from indulging later in the day and keeps you from feeling like you are ever depriving yourself from anything.
So that means when you bake yourself a batch of brownie muffins and topping it with a bit of chocolate whipped cream, you are doing yourself a favor. That’s my story and we are sticking with it.
These brownie muffins are, as you can imagine, a cross between a muffin and a brownie. It’s super chocolaty and moist and just a little fudgy.
Normally I like my muffins on the healthier side like these healthy blueberry muffins, but because chocolate in the morning is already good for you, I decided it’s okay if we let this one slide.
Maybe next time we can try that, but these brownie muffins are so good, I don’t see me changing anything anytime soon.
What I love about these brownie muffins is the chocolate whipped cream on top. It’s better than frosting, which would make it a cupcake, while also adding a touch of airiness that pairs so well with the muffins.
It makes the muffins really feel like a treat which means there is definitely no straying off the rest of the day, right? And if you are still craving a dessert later, you can have another muffin!
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