These Toaster Oven Muffin Recipes are easy to throw together and perfectly sized for your little oven! With flavors like classic blueberry, savory cornbread zucchini, and oatmeal raisin, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Toaster Oven Muffin Recipes
Freshly baked muffins are such a fun treat! If you’re cooking for two, using a small batch recipe allows you to experiment and try different flavors without a bunch of leftovers.
To help get you started baking with your little oven, we’ve put together this collection of our favorite toaster oven muffin recipes. Enjoyed with a cup of coffee or tea they make a delicious afternoon snack or quick breakfast.
For even more small batch muffin inspiration check out our Toaster Oven Baking Board on Pinterest.
Tips For Baking Toaster Oven Muffins
Baking muffins in your toaster oven or countertop oven is easy but there are a few things you should keep in mind for any recipe.
- Bake Times are Just Suggestions. Toaster ovens preheat faster and bake quicker than a traditional oven. Check on your muffins early, about 2 to 3 minutes prior to the shortest baking time listed for the recipe.
- Make Adjustments for Convection. For the best results, lower the temperature by at least 25 degrees and begin checking for doneness early. You can read more about cooking with a convection toaster oven here.
- Choose Your Pan Wisely. Darker pans will bake your muffins faster and produce muffins with crispy edges. For lighter muffins, use a light-colored muffin pan.
Easy to customize with different fruits and spices, this is our go-to muffin recipe. Make sure to check out the mega Ingredient Substitutions List after the recipe.
This simple recipe is the perfect way to use up just one overripe banana. Scroll past the recipe card for directions on making mini muffins.
Loaded with fresh zucchini and sweet corn these muffins are a fun twist on your classic corn muffin recipe. Enjoy on their own or paired with soup and chili.
Bursting with sweet and tangy raspberry-lemon flavor these muffins will brighten up your day. Try the recipe using fresh or frozen raspberries, blackberries, or blueberries!
Sweetened with honey, this quick whole grain recipe will fill your kitchen with the warm and spicy aroma of cinnamon raisin bread.