First and foremost, thanks for your feedback for my post on my baking tools. As per usual, it is very beneficial for my blogging etc,etc as well as plastering a big grin across my face (cheesy, I know).
For some reason, I've been undertaking a fruit theme with recipes and somehow seem to have a desire to eating sweet treats which are low-calorie,low-fat, are in some fact good for you, as well as including fruit. I derived this recipe from all-famous Yummly. If you aren't already aware, Yummly is the digital version of the YouTube channel Tasty. It comes in the form of an device app and a website which provides THOUSANDS of recipes documenting in just one click.
In order to stop myself from rambling about the excellence of Yummly,let's jump right in.
60g of wholemeal flour
125g of plain flour
a pinch of salt
2 teaspoons of baking powder
150g of soft light brown sugar
100ml of vegetable oil(I used coconut oil as a healthier alternative)
296ml of water
1tsp of apple cider vinegar
234g of fresh or frozen raspberries +more for decorating
Baking in the making:
Firstly, pre-heat the oven to 200C, Gas Mark 6. Together, mix the flours with salt and baking powder.
Fill the muffin tins with muffin papers(or cut out the designated amount of baking paper)
Within another bowl,steadily whisk the sugar and oil. Eventually, add water and vinegar to the sugar mix and combine together well.
Stir together the dry ingredients with the wet. After some time, fold in the raspberries.
Equally fill up the muffin cases, popping a raspberry onto each muffin. Bake the muffins for 25 minutes,checking to see they're ready by inserting a toothpick into the centre. If there's batter sticking to the pick, the muffins are not complete.
Allow them to cool for...I'd would suggest 10 minutes before tucking in a eating as well as of course sharing.
Prior to this post ending:
Our hearts and thoughts go out to Manchester after such a terrible occurrence. #justiceformanchester
Coffee or Tea: Which is actually better for you?
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Song of the month(in reflection of Manchester's attack)
Alex Aiono Cover-Let It Be
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They look so good! I'll definitely try them!ReplyDelete
Thank you. Unbelievably, I am yet to try them. I'll let you know how they tasted!Delete
Ooh they look amazing! I love muffins and despite having won a recipe book dedicated entirely to muffin recipes once a couple of years back in a tombola, I have never baked any! I must try these out at some point:)ReplyDelete
Yes, I'd encourage you to bake these as they really suits the time of the year and weather(which has recently been wet and rainy with sun and mildness)😁.Delete
#sweetreats xx www.bakingboutiquebirds.blogspot.co.uk/
They look delicious! I'll have to make them at some point and check out the channel you said the recipe is from! xoReplyDelete
Yes, I can confirm they went down,splendidly😊 Um the channel which I had mentioned is not where I derived the actual recipe. The recipe originates from Yummly.com,for your information.😅 Thanks so much for your comment.😊😀😁😘Delete
Mmmmm these look good!ReplyDelete
Aw thank you so much!😘😄😂Delete
Yum, looks delicious!ReplyDelete
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