Marmalade Muffins

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Brunch is always nice to have during the winter months and there is nothing better than nice warm marmalade muffins, the ultimate feel good food and Paddington bear’s favourite treat.

What you need:

250g self raising flour , 150g wholemeal flour, 1 tsp baking powder , a grind of salt , 1  egg, 250ml milk , 1/2 squeezed orange juice, 75g melted butter , 150g thick-cut marmalade.

Preheat the oven at 220c.

First in one bowl with the melted butter, add the egg and orange juice. Whisk until light and frothy. In a second bowl add the flours and baking powder, sieved. Make a well in the middle and add your egg mixture. Beat together until thoroughly combined. Then stir in the marmalade until broken up but make sure it is still streaky and looks like a marble effect. Spoon in to muffin cases and bake for 20mins, or until light brown. This recipe should made 12 muffins.

Perfect for brunch or a nice snack.

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10 Comments

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10 responses to “Marmalade Muffins

  1. Thanks for dropping by. Your cake blog looks good! 🙂

  2. Oh geez! I think we’re moving into muffin season. It’s either that or I have muffins on the brain because I’m seeing them everywhere. Yours sound delicious, and I’m not just saying that because I have a soft spot for marmalade.

  3. I’m a big muffin fan and I will definitely be trying these ones! Yummy!

  4. gcroft

    This looks really good and sounds easy to make. Fab!

  5. Lizzy

    Thank you for visiting my blog. The muffins look great! I hope you enjoy your British Christmas this year.

  6. Hi! Thanks for dropping by my site. I like your blog. Very informative and the steps are really easy to follow. Hope to see more great posts here.

  7. Madeleine

    Oh my! These look and sound YUM!

  8. thenorwegiannewyorker

    This looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe 🙂

  9. This looks good. i will try it soon. =)

  10. Thanks Michael. These look great, ill definately be giving them ago. Yay for marmalade!

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