110ml double cream.
75g butter, melted.
50ml whole milk.
50g light brown sugar.
175g plain flour.
2 tbsp cocoa powder.
1 tbsp baking powder.
125g chocolate (milk or dark chocolate).
50g chopped hazelnuts.
Nutella spread (I didn’t measure but be be generous).
Before you get started on the recipe, you’ll want to do some prep work. Weigh up all of your ingredients, grab a muffin tray and line it with tulip cases, preheat your oven to 200˚c/390˚f and grab any equipment you may need such as a mixing bowl, whisk and spatula.
To start on the muffin batter, combine the chopped chocolate orange with the chocolate chips. Into another bowl whisk together the cream, milk, dark brown sugar, melted butter and egg until they are fully combined.
Over the liquid mix, add in the plain flour, baking powder and cocoa powder – add in the chocolate also.
Mix everything together until its fully combined, there shouldn’t be a trace of a single ingredients once you’re done mixing.
Transfer the muffin batter into the tulip cases, filling them half the way and reserving the remaining until later on. Once you have half filled all of your cases, you can take the ganache out of the fridge and scoop a generous amount out and place it directly into the centre of the muffin batter and then cover with the remaining (this is what makes these muffins that bit more special.
Now they’re done, place the muffin tray into your preheated oven and bake for 20-22 minutes – they should be well rise and smell gorgeous once ready.
Remove form the oven nd allow to cool almost fully and enjoy… The melted chocolate and orange flavour will partner together really well, trust me on that.
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