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  1. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    What a perfect birthday pressie! I am sure she loved them 🙂

  2. Kath Lockett

    You are awesome and, I suspect, more than just a chip off the Old Grandma Mickey Block!

  3. theresa

    Ooh, those look yummy. Do you use silicon muffin pans? How do you find them? I got one for my birthday a few years ago and they are wonderfully non-stick but I can’t get my muffins to rise or go crispy in them. We only really use them for pastries and jellies these days.

  4. Leah

    What a lovely birthday gift for your grandmother. She sounds like such a trooper, I hope i’m like that at her age 🙂

  5. Fiona

    Such a lovely granddaughter!

  6. Ash

    How lovely!

    I shall be interested to hear your response to Theresa’s questions about silicon pans…

  7. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    YAY! Grandma Mickey is back gallivanting!! I bet she gallivants with style, too.

    Small lumps are indeed fine and dandy, despite how useful you have made silicon appear in this recipe.

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Aww you’re so sweet Hannah! And I get the feeling that you’re a bit like her no? 😉

  9. Susan: My Food Obsession

    She’s lucky to have such a caring grand daughter! I made my Nan Monte Carlo cookies for her 80th birthday recently. I find it hard to pick a present suitable for my Nan but she had a real sweet tooth so home made treats always go down well.

    Your Gran sounds like a lovely lively life loving women!

  10. GirlonRaw

    These look incredible Han. You are so talented, my lovely.

  11. Simply Life

    Oh your grandma is LUCKY – those look soooo good!

  12. Camille

    I can taste them now… If I were a Big Bad Wolf, I would take the muffins and leave Little Red alone! 🙂

  13. Ashley@thehungryscholar

    I am making those muffins. Lars will love me more. Thanks!

  14. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Absolutely.MOUTHWATERING. Look at those chips glisten! I think this is the first time I have seriously craved cooked/baked foods all week. I’m sure your grandma LOVED them!

  15. Johanna GGG

    oh now you are making me regret being virtuous and making banana cake instead of chocolate baking this week – the bananas were begging for it but I really had my eye on something chocolate just like this! Glad to hear your grandmother is doing well – but sorry to hear she doesn’t have a kitchen – just hope the food she gets is as good as she would make

  16. Agnes

    Awww, you must be the best grand daughter in the world! Happy birthday to Grandma Mickey!

  17. Anna Johnston

    That’s a bit cute. Happy birthday Grandma Mickey 😉

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    How sweet! Get well soon Grandma Mickey! And Happy Birthday! Did you put 96 little candles on them? I hope no wolfs attacked you for the muffins.
    Heidi xo

  19. Alisa Cooks

    Oh my heavens, I must make these for my husband!

  20. Maria@TheGourmetChallenge

    oh yum, they look great. I’d eat them straight out of the oven so the chocolate chip are still melty

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  22. Giulia

    How many grams is one tablespoon of baking powder?
    Thank you very much for the recipe!

  23. Jessica David

    Is this a cup cake or muffin recipe?