Muffin Monday: Doughnut Muffins

Yup that’s right folks…us Muffin Monday bakers got ‘saddled’ with the chore of having to make Doughnut Muffins. What can I say? It’s a tough gig this food blogging business.


Once again the recipe came from www.taste.com.au, and because of the success of last week’s Spinach Feta Muffins I was excited to try another muffin from this site.

So how would I describe this recipe? Easy peasy. Seriously – muffins don’t get simpler than this recipe which is a basic batter muffin.  In a nutshell? Ya mix the dry ingredients and wet ingredients in separate bowls before combining. Told you it was easy! (Click here to read more about different muffin methods, tips for perfect results and storage suggestions…all info courtesy of Baker Street).

In the end I decided to jazz things up a bit: I made half of the muffins plain and dipped them entirely in melted butter and the cinnamon sugar topper, while the rest of the muffins ended up with a dollop of raspberry jam in the middle and an exterior coating of confectioners’ sugar.


These muffins definitely satisfied my sugar cravings but were kinda dangerous to have around our house. Talk about too much temptation! Especially as I have a stack of dessert cookbooks waiting to be reviewed. Like I said before; tough gig this food blogging business!

One word of advice I would give is that these muffins need to be eaten hot out of the oven. Once they are cooled they lose most of their deliciousness, which is unfortunate for someone like me who likes to make a batch of muffins and have them last over the course of a few days.

For a copy of the recipe for Doughnut Muffins, please click here

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15 comments on “Muffin Monday: Doughnut Muffins

  1. Baker Street on said:

    Easy peasy it is. I love how simple it is to make and the way they just melt in your mouth.

  2. Alan Cooke on said:

    Wow, those raspberry filled ones look great. Loved how easy these were (that may turn out to be bad, though..lol)

  3. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    LOL…definitely dangerous to have access to such an easy recipe!

  4. Elizabeth Q on said:

    Oh my goodness…a Raspberry filling in the Muffin ? You’re killing me ! Love those so much. It was fun baking alongside you and the rest of the Muffin Monday Bakers !

  5. Love the raspberry and confectioners’ sugar! Sounds like a dream! Agreed that these are best eaten straight out of the oven, especially the butter- and sugar-coated ones :) Tough way to start the week for sure!

  6. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    Yes – the raspberry jam was great!

  7. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    Thanks Elizabeth – it was fun to bake with you too! Such a great group of muffin lovers :)

  8. Nastassia on said:

    those raspberry ones look great! i love that you rolled them in powdered sugar, i’m def going to try that next go around

  9. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    I would highly recommend the jam and powdered sugar version Nastassia, they were great! Thanks for your comment :)

  10. Elena @3greenOnions on said:

    mmm…raspberry jam…they look delicious! thanks for stopping by my blog and I look forward to baking with you again!:))

  11. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    Thanks Elena – hope to bake with you next week!

  12. These look so delicious, probably because they are covered in my favorite spice, cinnamon! The powdered sugar ones look addictive:-) YUM-O:-) Take care, Terra

  13. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    Yup – “addictive” pretty much sums it up Terra :)

  14. Annapet on said:

    Oh….raspberries! Sorry for my lateness. I didn’t want to take a peek before posting mine ;-). I love how you rolled/dusted some in confectioner’s sugar! BRILLIANT!

  15. Stay-At-Home-Chef on said:

    Thanks Annapet! Having so much fun baking muffins with you and the group each week :)

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