Thursday, May 28, 2009

Fruit Muffin

Who doesn't love muffin? Small, cute bite sizes cakes. Simple to prepare, easy to bake and deliciously satisfying. From my Baking: A Commonsense Guide, I would like to share a basic muffin recipe which can be very versatile and usable in all situations. In this instance, I've added mixed fruits (those you would use for fruit cakes) in this muffin recipe. You may also wish to add coffee mixture or mashed bananas for different flavour combinations which you can enjoy for breakfast, snack or lunch.

310g self raising flour
125g caster sugar
375ml milk
2 lightly beaten eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
150g melted and cooled unsalted butter
70g mixed fruits

Preheat oven to 200deg C.
Sift flour into bowl and add sugar. Stir through the flour.
In a jug, mix well the milk, eggs and vanilla extract. Pour the liquid into the flour mixture and mix well.
Add butter. Stir thoroughly.
Add in mixed fruits and mix well.
Pour batter into 12 muffin cups. Bake for 20-25 min.

A glass of milk to meet yor daily calcuim needs :) (Meiji low fat milk was used in the baking of muffins)


Happy Homebaker said...

I love muffins...both baking and eating :)
All your photos are so well taken, I love the composition! I wish I can take such great photos someday :)

Phoebe said...

this is seriously delicious and looks quite healthy too! simple to make! Will try that one day~

Bakeling said...

Recently I am crazy over making muffins . I baked until the 6 tray then successful !

Your muffins look delicious and moist .So , I will give a try of your muffin recipi.

Thanks for sharing.

Missy said...

thanks so much HHB!! u take very lovely pics too!

Phoebe: yes dangerously easy to prepare and addictive too!! :)

Bakeling: this is very easy to prepare so no hassle! all the best