Gluten Free Double Chocolate Muffins

Double Chocolate Muffins

 Gluten Free Double Chocolate Muffins

These Gluten Free Double Chocolate Muffins taste just as good as they smell. They are Rich , Moist and absolutely loaded with chocolaty flavor. Like most muffins, they taste the best warm with a little bit of butter on top. They are so quick and easy to make and are sure to satisfy any Chocolate craving. 


2 Eggs

1/2 Cup Vegetable Oil

1/2 Cup Milk

1 Tsp Vanilla

3/4 Cup Sugar

1 Cups Rice Flour

1/4 Cup Corn Starch

3/4 Cup Cocoa Powder

2 Tsp Baking Powder

3/4 Cup Chocolate Chips


1. Pre Heat Oven to 375 F

2. In a large mixing bowl, Beat the egg, then add the oil. Mix in the milk, then vanilla.

3. Stir in the sugar and mix well. Add the rice flour, corn starch, cocoa powder and baking powder. Mix until well combined.

4. Gently stir in the chocolate chips. Then spoon into lined or greased muffin tins.

5. Bake for 20 – 25 minutes.

Double Chocolate Muffins

Double Chocolate Muffins


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8 thoughts on “Gluten Free Double Chocolate Muffins

    1. Thanks Heather 🙂 I do use Tapioca Starch occasionally. It does turn out the same. Whatever you have in the kitchen 🙂

    1. Thanks Shareba. Rice flour is my go to flour. It’s cheap, tasty and it doesn’t upset my stomach 🙂

    2. Made these for the first time last week and they were so scrummy and moist, and the rice flour made a difference. With oil, egg and milk it all made for a moist cake. My chocolate chips sunk to the bottom so might put them on top before going in the oven!!!!

  1. Thank you, I will try it today. Do you have recipe for bread/toast using cornstarch/flour or rice flour as these what I find easily in my local market?

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