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Uhh.. Just made some muffins. Hope they taste better than they look ...

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
In a mad moment i decided to make some summer fruit and oat muffins.
I wanted to make a batch of 12 but there looks like enough mixture to feed a million!
I kind of made up the recipie so fingers crossed it works, and if not the birds will have a feast of failed summer fruit muffins!!
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Can I have some?


...But only if they are tasty!
#2
awoodhall2003
Can I have some?


...But only if they are tasty!


Pahaa, they look horrid to be honest,
a rather yucky shade of grey when i put them in the oven.
Hopefully they'll just brown and nobody notices!!
#3
whatsThePoint
don't worry blokes don't care what the muffin they are eating looks like


:roll:
banned#4
well done, my daughter would know how to turn the oven on, that about it

@ whatsthepoint, do you ever learn, or are you really just some sicko
#5
Use a silicone muffin tray in the oven for nicer & bigger muffins.
banned#6
sassie
well done, my daughter would know how to turn the oven on, that about it

@ whatsthepoint, do you ever learn, or are you really just some sicko


Why is he a sicko? I must have missed something?
#7
They don't taste too good ...
Bit stodgy really.
Suppose you've got to keep trying because practise makes perfect!
The birds will be having a field day though!!
banned#8
whatsThePoint
a cakes a cake, what is your perverted mind implying i meant?


yeah we been here before, so just a sicko, thankfully most kids on here have more sense than you do
#9
sassie
yeah we been here before, so just a sicko, thankfully most kids on here have more sense than you do


scares me how much u put into this site sassie.

seriously you seem to get so mixed up in this site with every comment you make, go feed the ducks or something or will you end up kicking off with a 6 year old for not using wholemeal bread to feed the ducks with?

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seriously im not even havin a dig at u here, u gunna HUKD yourself an early grave.
#10
AhhACake!
Pahaa, they look horrid to be honest,
a rather yucky shade of grey when i put them in the oven.
Hopefully they'll just brown and nobody notices!!


Always coat them in icing to hide it if need be ;-)
#11
:giggle:

Probably worth doing the recipe ones first and then branching out with your own creations AAC.:-D

Thanks for the morning smile though.:thumbsup:
#12
AhhACake!
Pahaa, they look horrid to be honest,
a rather yucky shade of grey when i put them in the oven.
Hopefully they'll just brown and nobody notices!!


I make muffins a lot - just don't mix them too much when all the stuff is together as its better lumpy. The more you make it smooth the tougher it goes for some reason. The fruit tends to make it look greeny grey as well especially if using blueberries. I use frozen fruit now straight from the freezer so it doesn't bleed into the mix. Keep at it - you'll get there with trial and error! :)

Here's a recipe I use for the basic muffin recipe - and just adapt with choc chips or whatever.

http://www.muffinrecipes.co.uk/page22.html
#13
kaks26
I make muffins a lot - just don't mix them too much when all the stuff is together as its better lumpy. The more you make it smooth the tougher it goes for some reason. The fruit tends to make it look greeny grey as well especially if using blueberries. I use frozen fruit now straight from the freezer so it doesn't bleed into the mix. Keep at it - you'll get there with trial and error! :)

Here's a recipe I use for the basic muffin recipe - and just adapt with choc chips or whatever.

http://www.muffinrecipes.co.uk/page22.html


Thanks very much :)
I'll just keep at it.
I think the problem was that i went from a recipie but just kept adding and adding.
I added frozen fruit that had been defrosted. I'll keep them frozen next time i think!
And the colour was a kind of icky grey!!
Thaaaaaaanks
banned 1 Like #14
ide like to aplogise to whatsthepoint in this thread for my outburst, i thought the op was the 13 yr old member aah96 (got my usernames mixed up) and it turns my stomache when i see smut aimed at 13 yr old members, but again my aplogies to whatsthepoint
#15
This is the recipe I use for Blueberry Muffins: Makes between 12 and 14 muffins.

145 g Polenta (powder).
250 g Self-raising flour.
175 g Caster sugar.
350 g Blueberries.
160 g unsalted butter.
2 Eggs.
350 ml Milk.
2 Pinches salt.

Polenta is a powder, similar to flour but yellow, which is available in larger supermarkets and health food shops.

Use two mixing bowls, a large bowl the dry ingredients, a smaller bowl for the eggs and milk..
In the first bowl add the polenta, flour, sugar and salt and mix well.
In the second bowl wisk the eggs and milk.
Add the eggs and milk to the powders. (don't mix yet). Add the melted then cooled butter. Gently fold the mixture together (don't wisk as that means the Muffins won't rise).
Gently fold in the blueberries.

Spoon into buttered muffin cases filling each until it's about to overflow. Bake at 400 ºF (gas mark 6) for 15-20 minutes
#16
Polenta? Why would you use polenta? Is it a healthier muffin or something?
just curious...I've never made muffins.
#17
awoodhall2003
Polenta? Why would you use polenta? Is it a healthier muffin or something?
just curious...I've never made muffins.

Well it's horrible as polenta, so perhaps the Italians have figured out a way of using up the stuff!!
#18
chesso
Well it's horrible as polenta, so perhaps the Italians have figured out a way of using up the stuff!!


Never had it, but don't like the look of it, and cant imagine Ill like the texture of it.
#19
awoodhall2003
Never had it, but don't like the look of it, and cant imagine Ill like the texture of it.


I think it's appalling stuff. I managed to eat it once, in Bergamo, when the lovely guy was convinced he could make it edible for me and stirred loads of cheese into it, with plenty of salt and pepper!
#20
chesso
I think it's appalling stuff. I managed to eat it once, in Bergamo, when the lovely guy was convinced he could make it edible for me and stirred loads of cheese into it, with plenty of salt and pepper!


That wouldnt make me try it! I dont like melted/hot cheese unless its on pizza or its halloumi (yummy)!
#21
AhhACake!
Thanks very much :)
I'll just keep at it.
I think the problem was that i went from a recipie but just kept adding and adding.
I added frozen fruit that had been defrosted. I'll keep them frozen next time i think!
And the colour was a kind of icky grey!!
Thaaaaaaanks


Yes definitely keep the fruit frozen - just add at the end before putting into the cases. They defrost nicely while baking and keep nice and juicy. I usually add a couple on to the top of each one as well just sort of sticking them in a bit. Blueberries are the best. I also do raspberry and white choc chip too. Have fun!
#22
awoodhall2003
Polenta? Why would you use polenta? Is it a healthier muffin or something?
just curious...I've never made muffins.


Polenta powder is virtually tasteless so it won't affect the taste of the muffin . It is as nutruitious as flour.

Many muffin recipes end up looking and feeling like a sponge cake. Polenta gives the muffin a smooth yet crumbly texture.
#23
nick1austin
Polenta powder is virtually tasteless so it won't affect the taste of the muffin . It is as nutruitious as flour.

Many muffin recipes end up looking and feeling like a sponge cake. Polenta gives the muffin a smooth yet crumbly texture.


Interesting to know. Might have to try it one time.
banned#24
sassie
ide like to aplogise to whatsthepoint in this thread for my outburst, i thought the op was the 13 yr old member aah96 (got my usernames mixed up) and it turns my stomache when i see smut aimed at 13 yr old members, but again my aplogies to whatsthepoint


she's 14 now but your point is still valid.


op pics of the muffins! (if you haven't eaten them all)
#25
bykergrove
she's 14 now but your point is still valid.


op pics of the muffins! (if you haven't eaten them all)


Hmm, there out on the lawn for the birds to eat now!
And it's been raining for hours so i'm sure they'll be nice and mushy!
My mum tried to eat one and she was like 'mmm ... not quite right are they?!'
I was like mum, don't try and be nice, they're icky, i'm chucking them out!! :oops:
#26
nick1austin
This is the recipe I use for Blueberry Muffins: Makes between 12 and 14 muffins.

145 g Polenta (powder).
250 g Self-raising flour.
175 g Caster sugar.
350 g Blueberries.
160 g unsalted butter.
2 Eggs.
350 ml Milk.
2 Pinches salt.

Polenta is a powder, similar to flour but yellow, which is available in larger supermarkets and health food shops.

Use two mixing bowls, a large bowl the dry ingredients, a smaller bowl for the eggs and milk..
In the first bowl add the polenta, flour, sugar and salt and mix well.
In the second bowl wisk the eggs and milk.
Add the eggs and milk to the powders. (don't mix yet). Add the melted then cooled butter. Gently fold the mixture together (don't wisk as that means the Muffins won't rise).
Gently fold in the blueberries.

Spoon into buttered muffin cases filling each until it's about to overflow. Bake at 400 ºF (gas mark 6) for 15-20 minutes


I've never ever heard of using Polenta before!
Might give it a go though!! Thanks

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