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Muffins muffins muffins

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • QueenieQueenie Forumite
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    Jilld wrote: »
    these sound lovely, I think I will try them over the next few days.

    Can you freeze them once they're made do you think ? Otherwise I will be forced to stuff myself silly with 12 of them which would be 2400 calories :rotfl:

    Looking at the recipe, my gut instinct and experience tell me, yes, they will be ok for freezing :D So ... NO!! :naughty: ... you cannot get away with eating them ALL at once ... well, not without running around the block at least one dozen times if you scoff a tray full ;):D:D:D

    Thanks for the recipe Jane, appreciated :D:D
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  • janeawejjaneawej Forumite
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    Glad you all like the recipe, i am just getting back into baking again after cutting down my work hours! I will post some more when i have had time to try them out!! Obviously i take this very seriously and wouoldnt dream of posting a recipe without first testing it!!!! (this involves eating loads of cakes ect!!) yummy!!!

    P.S im going to try this with blueberries later this week will let you know how it goes

    P.P.S Mt T have frozen raspberries on offer this week they are ideal for making these!
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  • bigpaws23bigpaws23 Forumite
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    janeawej wrote: »
    P.S im going to try this with blueberries later this week will let you know how it goes

    where can you get blueberries from that don't cost £3 for a tiny punnet? We love blueberry muffins, but they are a 'treat' because of the cost :(

    Bigpaws x
  • rachrach Forumite
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    buy the frozen bags of blueberries. i use them straight onto my porridge and you can use them in baking straight from the freezer
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  • janeawejjaneawej Forumite
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    I buy packs of frozen ones from Mr T's or Sainsburies they often seem to be on offer and you dont need many for this recipe, I would use them straight from the freezer as i did the raspberries
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  • nic82nic82 Forumite
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    Sorry, I think this is probably a stupid question, but is a muffin tin different to a normal bun tin?

    I guess perhaps a muffin tins "sections" are deeper? If so, maybe I could just make smaller versions, as all I have is one bun tin :confused:
  • Pink.Pink. Forumite
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    nic82 wrote: »
    Sorry, I think this is probably a stupid question, but is a muffin tin different to a normal bun tin?

    I guess perhaps a muffin tins "sections" are deeper? If so, maybe I could just make smaller versions, as all I have is one bun tin :confused:

    You could just make smaller ones or if you don't have a muffin tin just double up the muffin cases and bake on a normal baking sheet.

    Pink
  • CCStarCCStar Forumite
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    I do mine in the breadmaker, then cut into squares once cooked
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  • janeawejjaneawej Forumite
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    CCStar wrote: »
    I do mine in the breadmaker, then cut into squares once cooked

    oh thats a good idea do you put everything in at once then just switch it on? what setting do you use?
    thanks Jane:beer:
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  • mel123mel123 Forumite
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    Thank you these were delicious, I might have the OS record of them being eaten in ten minutes. I grated some orange rind and squeezed the juice in mine.
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