• Serves 16
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients


Easy and quick

Ingredients (serves 16)

  • 2 1/2 cup Flour
  • 1/4 cup Sugar
  • 2 teaspoons Baking powder
  • 100g Butter (melted)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 cup Baby spinach


  1. Mix all dry ingredients ( sugar, flour, baking powder)
  2. Blend baby spinach with milk and eggs
  3. Combine dry mix with blended spinach mix and butter
  4. Put in muffin tin and bake 20 min in 160°C


You can also add 2 cups of flour and 1/2 cup of rolled oats.

  • wow these would be good with a little something extra like bacon and red onion, lots of potential to really make these a flavour bomb of a muffin! – thank you for sharing your recipe


  • Not sure if these will taste any good but keen to give the recipe a try


  • A very timely recipe.. my son is so into the Incredible Hulk at the moment that I can get him to eat anything green! Opportune time to get more veggies into him!


  • Would never have thought to put spinach in muffins – will definitely try this recipe!


  • Good way to hide the spinach. Healthy choice. thanks


  • Sounds interesting.Thanks for sharing.


  • Love spinach, an interesting ideal!


  • Spinach is super healthy for you. Great recipe. Thanks


  • think my kids would eat these if I called them Hulk cupcakes!


  • Thanks so much for your recipe – great way for children to get some vegetables into them.
    With a little ingenuity one could change the spinach to broccoli and get a similar result.
    Thanks again.


  • That’s one way to sneak in extra veges for the kids (and some adults). Brilliant


  • I am not sure how my kids will react to these, but I’m willing to try it!


  • something a little different!


  • Now that’s a muffin I’d never considered or tried. Could you add feta to it?

    • Of course ! but then I would leave out the sugar ;)


  • Wow so interesting to put spinach in a muffin but a great way to change the colour without using food dyes! Plus getting those extra greens in them :)

    • Yes, fruit and veggies make beautiful natural food dyes !


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