Graham Cracker Muffins with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Butter.

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Did you love graham crackers as a kid? If so these muffins are perfect for breakfast, especially when you have guests. For some reason, I don't bake a lot of muffins ordinarily. But anytime there are guests at the table, muffins go in the oven! 

And these Graham Cracker Muffins are a big hit with everyone! I wonder, is there a single person that has not enjoyed graham crackers? You know we still do, a favorite snack around here is graham crackers with peanut butter...These muffins are delicious right out of the oven, but I like to jazz things up a bit and serve them with a bit of the Brown Sugar Cinnamon Butter. But feel free to offer some peanut butter also! 

The recipe as written calls for all-purpose flour along with a bit of whole wheat flour. But feel free to use all whole wheat flour if that is your preference. 

Delicious Graham Cracker Muffins with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Butter
Graham Cracker Muffins
Graham Cracker Muffins
adapted from:  Mostly Muffins
updated 02/2020
400-degree oven

1 c flour - you may use all whole wheat if you wish
1/2 c graham cracker crumbs
1/2 c wheat germ
1/4 c whole wheat flour
1/4 c sugar
1 1/4 t baking soda
1/2 t salt

1 c buttermilk

1 egg
1/3 c oil
1/3 c molasses

1/2 c raisins - optional (for this batch, I did not use)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Prepare a 12 cup muffin tin, set aside.

Combine dry ingredients in a large bowl, whisk to combine.

Graham Cracker Muffins, with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Butter.

How to make Graham Cracker Muffins

Combine egg, oil, and molasses in a small bowl, whisk to combine and beat egg.

Add wet group and milk to dry group. Mix well. The batter is thin. If you haven't already done so, prepare the muffin pan or if desired use muffin liners. Divide batter between muffin tin cups equally.

Graham Cracker Muffins

Bake 15 - 20 minutes, or until tests done in your oven. 
Remove from oven and let cool 5-10 minutes, loosen muffins from sides of the tin and turn on to their sides to release steam. Makes 12.

Graham Cracker Muffins, easy and delicious!

Serve with:

Brown Sugar Cinnamon Butter
4 T soft butter
1 T brown sugar
1/8 t cinnamon

tip, set this aside to soften while the muffins bake.

Graham Cracker Muffins, served with Brown Sugar Butter.

Combine well, making sure no streaks of butter are present, serve with muffins.


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  1. The recipe looks good. The nice story of making muffins for your granddaughter is awesome too. I agree that blogging about what you are actually doing is much more interesting.

  2. Melynda, that's so funny because I had the same mindset as you at first. I would STRESS each week over what to post for Cookbook Sundays. I thought because I started it, it had to be awesome and amazing. Why, I have no idea. Not anymore. I grab a cookbook, flip through, find something yummy and make it! Easy. :o) I've never heard of graham cracker muffins, I bet they're delicious! We love graham crackers here too. Adorable pic of your granddaughter and thank you so much for sharing at Cookbook Sundays!

  3. Those look delicious and healthful--the perfect thing to make for a beloved granddaughter. It sure looks like Olivia is enjoying them. I just love their little hands, don't you?

  4. Those sound really good and healthy, too ! I love graham crackers, so I'm sure I would love these!

  5. Those look so yummy! I've been on a muffin kick lately. I made doughnut muffins yesterday morning and will probably try the graham cracker ones next weekend. Great post.

  6. Graham Cracker Muffins sounds good! Your grand-daughter is very cute. Linking up with Cookbook Sundays is fun. I'm always baking something from my many cookbooks, so it is great to link up, many thanks to Brenda!

  7. what a great blog!
    here is so many inspirations,

    have a nice time,

  8. Oh yes, the angst of a new blogger - I think I still have that a lot of the time - I still feel like a post has to be a major production. Guess things have got a little better though - it used to take me a whole week to churn out a post (agonising over every single word and re-reading it about a hundred times over), whereas I can get one out usually over 2 days now - that's progress right :-)

    Anyway, all that aside, your muffins look great and your granddaughter is quite adorable.


  9. I love the sound of these - the cinnamon butter makes them all the more special! I bet your granddaughter loved them!

  10. These look and sound super yummy. I've never heard of graham cracker muffins before!

    Thank you for sharing this post with us on the Homestead Blog Hop!


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