An autumnal treat that's the right blend of salty and sweet.
I remember my mom baking something like this in loaf form when I was a kid. So I looked up a recipe and did my own thing. This made 24 small, bite-sized muffins, and I froze some, and ate the rest for breakfast and small snacks throughout the week. You can substitute sugars for healthier sugars, like coconut sugar, or the flours for healthier flours. Your choice. All I know is these are the best kind of chocolate fix, and I would consider making them all throughout the year. -Wet Ingredients- -4 eggs - 1 tsp vanilla -1 cup of white sugar -1 cup of brown -1 cup of olive oil - 1/2 stick of melted butter - 1 16 oz can of pumpkin 🍂 - Dry Ingredients - -2 tsp of cinnamon -3 cups of flour - 2 tsp baking soda -2 tsp baking powder -1 tsp of salt - 1 bag of semi sweet chocolate chips 👩🏼🍳 Preheat oven to 400 Mix wet ingredients until visibly consistent. Mix in dry ingredients. Fold in chocolate chips. Grease muffin tin and bake for 10 - 15 minutes. If you wish to bake in loaf form of 9 inch pan, add 15 minutes to bake time.