These Sourdough Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins are the most delicious way to use some of your sourdough discard. These muffins are moist, tender, loaded with chocolate chips and amazingly delicious!
If you’re one of the millions that jumped on the sourdough bandwagon two years ago when the pandemic hit, you’ve probably been in the same boat I have, and had an endless supply of sourdough discard just chilln’ in your fridge. All I ever knew you could make with the discard is sourdough pancakes and waffles, so that’s what I’ve been doing.
Turns out there are a ton of amazing recipes out there that use sourdough discard, including these Sourdough Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins . . . who even knew?!
When I found the recipe for these sourdough chocolate muffins I was all over it and had them made that day.
You guys, these might be some of the best chocolate muffins I have ever eaten. And if you know me at all, you know that I never turn down anything chocolate, including muffins, so I’ve eaten my fair share of them in this life. These Sourdough Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins are fantastic! They are melt-in-your-mouth tender and have incredible flavor.
Loaded with chocolate chips and cocoa they are chocolate perfection! The sourdough starter is very subtle and gives these muffins a fluffy, soft texture. They’re sweet, but not too sweet with just a hint of tang from the sourdough discard. I am in love with these!
These muffins have domes tops which is always my favorite part of a muffin!
here is what you will need for these muffins . . .
- all-purpose flour
- cocoa powder
- baking soda
- baking powder
- canola oil
- granulated sugar
- sour cream
- vanilla extract
- sourdough starter discard
- chocolate chips
So many reasons you’re going to love these muffins:
- chocolate (need I say more?)
- fast and so simple to make
- semisweet and milk chocolate chips (or use any combination you like)
- tender, soft, and amazingly good
can i freeze these muffins?
Yes, these muffins freeze so well. Let them cool completely and then place them in a single layer in a Ziploc freezer bag. Pull them out and let set at room temp for an hour or so, or pop them in the microwave for a few seconds.
I shared these muffins with a few neighbors and friends and they got rave reviews from everyone!
Recipe Source: Little Spoon Farm