This recipe is what it promises to be: a basic muffin with chocolate chips. I would suggest a couple of things, particular if you've never baked muffins: 1. Never overmix muffin batter. Rule of thumb is, mix dry ingredients separately from the wet ingredients and when you combine them, stir (by hand) only as many strokes as it takes to wet the ingredients. 2. I've learned to melt American butter on the stovetop, not the microwave. It contains more moisture than, for example, European butter, and melting it on the stove helps some of the moisture to be released. Of course, it's important to let the butter cool before adding to the wet ingredients, or you'll cook your eggs. 3. More of a thought, really: I wish writers of baking recipes would include where they are located in regard to sea level. It does make a difference.
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This recipe is what it promises to be: a basic muffin with chocolate chips. I would suggest...