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Blueberry muffins

Time: 35 seconds in the Thermomix and 15–20 minutes baking
Yield: 12 muffins

The key to good sweet muffins is not over mixing them, so don’t be alarmed if this mixture        looks little coarse. This is a good basic mixture and we have loaded it with blueberries. Our preference is lots of fruit and just enough batter to hold it all together. Feel free to make your own additions; cooked apples, pears, quinces, other type of berries, mixed spice, cinnamon and sugar, plus flaked or slivered almonds all work well. 

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Blueberry muffins
Ingredients
160 grams sugar, raw or white
300 grams self-raising flour
2 eggs
100 grams vegetable oil
110 grams full cream milk
250 grams punnet of blueberries, washed and dry
caster sugar, extra to scatter
Method
  1. Heat the oven to 180C. Line a 12-hole muffin pan with baking papers.
  2. Weigh the sugar into the mixing bowl and process 2 seconds/speed 10.
  3. Add the flour, eggs , oil and milk, then mix 30 seconds/speed 2
  4. Spoon the mixture into the muffin tin.
  5. Scatter 1 punnet of blueberries over the muffins then poke them down into the mixture with a small spoon. Scatter the other punnet of bluberries over the tops. 
  6. Bake in the centre of the oven for 20 minutes—a skewer into the centre should come out clean.
  7. As soon as the muffins come out the oven dust them generously with caster sugar. 

 

2 Comments

CJsmixer's picture
CJsmixer 1 year 9 months ago

Made these today they are the first muffins I have made in my thermomix as a consultant I was asked yesterday if the thermomix makes good muffins so I tried and OMG so easy and so very nice thanks I have just subscribed to your Mag think I will be making lots of gr8 comments cheers

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TMixPlus Team 1 year 9 months ago

Thank you so much CJsmixer. We are so glad you enjoyed and thrilled that you've taken out a subscription to the magazine - welcome to the TMix+ community. We look forward to hearing more feedback from future TMix+ recipes that you try.

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