Doughnut muffins – 2/52

13 Jan

In November 2011 there was a recipe and a boy.  The boy liked the recipe very much. It was for doughnut muffins. In the months that followed the boy could be heard to proclaim often and a great volume in an inquisitive tone DOUGHNUT MUFFINS?!?

One day in January 2012 when the boy had been very good his plea for doughnut goodness met with success! And so his very nice wife got to work.

Flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and nutmeg were mixed together. The wet ingredients of buttermilk, vegetable oil, vanilla essence and an egg were beaten together. The two were combined to make a loose cake batter.  This was then poured into the muffin trays and cooked for 30 minutes until golden brown.

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Once removed from the oven they were immediately dipped in melted butter and rolled in caster sugar. Afterwards they were injected with strawberry jam.

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Whilst still warm they were gobbled. The boy was very happy and said thank you!

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The recipe was from an extract the Tea with Bea cookbook in Easy Living magazine, which has has now become another book for me to lust after!

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These were pretty damn tasty,  but it think most stuff would taste Amazing if you dunked it in butter and covered it in sugar! They are also super calorific and even the boy could only eat one. There are 8 left!

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One Response to “Doughnut muffins – 2/52”

  1. Rachel Cotterill January 18, 2012 at 3:46 pm #

    Those do look pretty amazing! 🙂

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