There are some muffins that people think of as being more Australian than others, these are muffin recipes are ones that readers think are that.
A gluten free and dairy free version of a much loved treat. I've halved the amount of sugar from the original recipe and it could be lessened even further as the bananas (and sultanas) add a natural sweetness.
I recently adapted a recipe for Vegemite Scrolls into a sweet version using chocolate hazelnut spread and coconut. Unfortunately my little Aussie kids do not like Vegemite! They are even sweeter with a little icing drizzled over the top.
These would make a great morning or afternoon tea snack. Even invite some friends around to share as this recipe makes 12 serves.
This is a great recipe [particularly if you use duck eggs] - it is not necessary to leave in fridge for 2 hours, particularly if you are like me, and want something in a hurry. Leave stand for 5- 15 minutes in the fridge while you 'clean up and do the dishes'. I generally do a double mixture, because these are so popular, so consequently I can make up to 4 dozen or slightly more. Nice to eat on their own, or serve with Rosella Jam and cream.
Easy and tasty apple muffins. Great hot with some butter on them or cold and in kids lunches. They will love helping to make them and they don't last long around my family.
Some awesome and healthy blueberry muffins for those against boxed muffin mixes :P
These are gluten, soy, nut and dairy free.
I just don't think you can go wrong with the combination of apples, cinnamon and raisins. If you need to whip up a treat for anyone with food allergies, these are fantastic. I have to say, though, I served these up to a ton of my toxic omnivore friends and they gobbled them up with glee.
I love cooking anything so when asked by my gran kids to make some yummy muffins I came up with these so here is my recipe. Hope you have as much success as me! I have put all ingredients down I used. Special note; do not over mix as it will break up the raspberries. You can also use fresh strawberries, I have used blueberries (frozen) which were fine! Enjoy.
This recipe was found in the back of Kerry Greenwood's book "Earthly Delights".