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    There is no doubt that this combination of flavours is adored all over the world! Peanut butter and salted caramel, what is not to like? Rich and moist peanut butter muffins, filled with amazing salted caramel are the stuff of sweet dreams. Made these Peanut butter and salted caramel-filled muffins recipe? Tag us @foodandhomesa #CookingWithFH on Instagram! ALSO SEE: Dark chocolate and litchi muffins Recipe and styling by Sarah Dall Photograph by Myburgh du Plessis

    Super simple to make – these mini carrot muffins are ideal as an anytime treat or for lunchboxes. Why not spoil your loved ones (or yourself)? Did you make this recipe? Tag us on Instagram @foodandhomesa! ALSO SEE: 10 Cape Town restaurants where you’ll get the best carrot cake https://www.foodandhome.co.za/entertaining/restaurants/10-cape-town-restaurants-best-carrot-cake Recipe and image by Woman&Home.

    Banana Choc Chip Muffins Made with wholemeal flour, these banana choc chip muffins are healthier than usual but just as delicious! PREP TIME 20 minutes | COOKING TIME 25 minutes | SERVES 9-12 INGREDIENTS 350 g ripe peeled bananas 150 g light muscovado sugar 75 ml sunflower oil 2 medium eggs 150 g plain flour 150 g wholemeal flour 100 g plain choc chips 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp ground cinnamon You Will Need: A muffin tin with 9 large deep or 12 smaller paper muffin cases METHOD Set the oven to 180°C/gas 4. Mash the banana, then beat…

    These four-ingredient quick and easy chicken and cheese egg “muffins” are the perfect meal-on-the-go! We love whipping up a bunch and saving it for a quick breakfast or a lunch on the run! Four-ingredient chicken and cheese egg “muffins” MAKES 12 | TOTAL TIME 30 mins INGREDIENTS 6 eggs 2 tbsp milk salt and freshly ground pepper 200g grated mature cheddar 400g shredded rotisserie chicken meat (skin and bones removed) METHOD IN a large bowl, combine the eggs and milk, and whisk to incorporate. Season the egg mixture generously with salt and pepper. IN a separate bowl, place the Cheddar…

    Somewhere between a cupcake and a muffin, with a cream cheese swirl, instead of an icing, these are deliciously tempting! If you prefer not to use white chocolate, macadamias or dried cranberries, you can leave them out of the recipe for a simpler version – these ingredients, however, do make these an extra-special treat. Recipe and styling by Claire Ferrandi Photograph by Dylan Swart