As I promised you on the diverse social networks, I’m publishing a very yummy recipe today! I’m actually quite excited about reading your feedbacks on that post, especially because it’s the first « cookery post » I’m doing in full (I mean… from baking the thing to taking all the pictures for my blogpost ^^ – I only used to bake, but including my own photos in a cookery article is well and truly a première!!!). So I really hope you’ll like it!
Last Friday, I cooked very delicious muffins you might already have had an overview on Instagram! Everyone in the family, my brother, my dad and my grandparents literally fell for them :p!!!! #Mwahahahah!!!!! And today I’m finally releasing the recipe of those SO yummy treats, so that each of you, my lovely ones, can also get « enchanted » by these little yummy cakes ;) !!!!
Enough babbling and enjoy (or as the French would say… Bonne dégustation!)
- (for 6 muffins)
- * 8 table spoons of melted butter (I personally used a cereal butter, which gave the muffins a better taste)
- * one jar of jam, or several different jams (that’s what I did so it gives you more variety for the muffins)
- * 115g caster sugar
- * 2 eggs, lightly beaten
- * 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- * 115g of flour
- * icing sugar to sprinkle
- * you can also add some fruits on the top of your muffins
- * 6 pots or cups
- * & of course, LOTS OF LOVE to made them!
- Grease your cups and add 2 teaspoons of the jam in each of them.
- In a bowl, mix the melted butter and the caster sugar.
- Then, add the eggs and the vanilla extracts.
- And finally, mix the flour with the all mixture.
- Put some water in an oven dish and put the cups in it.
- Bake at 180° until you see the muffins are ready (from 15 to 30 minutes).
- You can eventually decorate your muffins with some fruits and sprinkle some icing sugar on the top of them.
☁ Food for thoughts…
- Those muffins are supposed to be better when warm, but they’re also amazing when cold
I hope I made you want to bake these delicious muffins, even with the almost unbearable heat out there.
With this, my fruity budding pastry chef, I wish you a very nice Sunday!