Double Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake Muffins


This double chocolate strawberry shortcake muffins recipe is sponsored by Krusteaz.

Today’s recipe was inspired by my all-time favorite strawberry recipe: strawberry shortcake biscuits. It’s one of my simplest recipes, but omg is it delicious!

I make it the same way my mom did when I was a little girl, and I can’t wait until May when North Carolina strawberries hit the fields so I can enjoy it for the first time this year.

But, it popped in my head the other day to do a twist on the recipe using Krusteaz muffins rather than biscuits.

And y’all, it’s a strawberry and chocolate lover’s dream come true.

double chocolate strawberry shortcake muffins

When is strawberry season?

Strawberries grow throughout the year in Florida and California, but you’ll find locally harvested strawberries from April through June in other parts of the country.

The sweetest, juiciest strawberries are the ones from your local farms so stop at the farmer’s market for a quart or get outdoors and pick your own strawberries this year. I promise you they’ll taste a thousand times better than imported strawberries. Find a u-pick farm here.

Then, make these double chocolate strawberry shortcake muffins!

Not fresh strawberry season yet? No problem! This recipe can be made at any time of year!

Start by baking up a batch of these delicious Krusteaz chocolate muffins.

Let cool completely then slice in thirds, horizontally.

And start spooning the strawberry and whipped cream goodness on top of the chocolate layers as you restack them.

Finish with a dollop of whipped topping and a fresh strawberry slice.

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Double Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake Muffins

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double chocolate strawberry shortcake muffins

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Double Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake Muffins

Instructions

  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease muffin pans.

  2. Stir together water, oil, eggs and Krusteaz Double Chocolate Muffin Mix until well blended. Fill muffin cups 2/3 full.
  3. Bake 18-22 minutes. Cool 5 minutes; gently loosen and remove from pan. Cool completely.

  4. Slice each muffin into thirds, horizontally. On bottom third, spoon a dollop of whipped cream and a dollop of strawberry pie filling, then top with middle muffin layer. Repeat the whipped cream and strawberry layers; add muffin top. Finish with a dab of whipped topping and a fresh strawberry slice. Serve immediately.

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