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In this recipe I will also be showing you how to make Christmas iced muffins with the icing too, the easy way.

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IngredientsMakes: 12 Christmas iced muffins

  • For the buns
  • 130g caster sugar
  • 200g butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 220g self raising flour
  • 50g cocoa powder
  • For the icing
  • 220g icing sugar
  • 3 drops water
  • 2 drops red food colouring

MethodPrep:20min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:40min

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Line a 12-hole muffin tins with paper cases.
  2. For the buns:

  3. Beat together the caster sugar and butter until light and creamy. Add each egg separately and mix well. Sift in the flour and cocoa powder and mix well to incorporate. Spoon the mixture into the prepared paper cases, filling only 2/3 full to ensure a good rise.
  4. Bake in the preheated oven for 20 to 25 minutes until risen and a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely on a cooling rack.
  5. For the icing:

  6. Mix the icing sugar with water, until you have a thick but smooth consistency. Add 1 or 2 drops red food colouring and mix well.
  7. Once completely cooled, ice the muffins with the icing. Add any edible Christmas decorations as desired and serve.

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IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES THEN PLEASE DO LEAVE A COMMENT AND WE WILL GET BACK TO YOU,HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS WHEN IT ARRIVES-13 Dec 2015


Nutella Swirl Muffins

So this is one of those incredibly easy and quick recipes that you can whip up with no faff, just mix your ingredients, pop in the oven, then scoff them while they’re still warm. I also like to think they’re totally acceptable to eat for breakfast but I’m sure some people would disagree!

  • 2 Eggs
  • 250ml Milk ( I used semi-skimmed but any is fine)
  • 120ml Vegetable Oil
  • 210g Caster Sugar
  • 390g Self-Raising Flour
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla
  • 150g Nutella (the ones from my online shop are perfect for baking in)

Heat your oven to 170 degrees (mine is a fan oven, so you may need to turn up for non fan ovens), and place your baking cups onto a flat tray (baking cups don’t need muffin trays yay).

Beat your eggs in a large bowl until well combined and frothy, then add the oil and milk and mix again. Now add the sugar and whisk until it has a smooth batter consistency.

Sift in your flour, then add the vanilla mixing a final time until you have a thick muffin batter.

Spoon your Nutella into the batter, and cut through several times with a knife to marble the nutella into the batter without mixing it in fully.

Fill your baking cups with the mixture until they are about 2/3 full (anything less and they won’t get a lovely domed rise, anything more and they may overflow). Place in the middle of your oven and bake for approx 20 minutes (or until a cake tester comes out smooth).

Once baked, transfer to a wire rack to cool, but don’t hesitate to try them while they are still slightly warm!


Christmas Morning Muffins Recipe

Christmas Morning Muffins is a easy muffin recipe which is perfect for breakfast on busy morning. This recipe is from nigella lawson recipe and it is super fast.

Christmas morning cranberry muffins with step by step pictures. This muffins has all the christmas scents in them. The cinnamon, orange and cranberry will give you the perfect aroma when you are baking.

The cranberries and orange in this recipe is goes well with each other. If you are planning to serve this for christmas morning you can make this day ahead or three days ahead and warm them in microwave when serving.

Here are few changes which you can make for this muffin.

1)Use half whole wheat flour and half regular flour.

2)You can make this muffin using completely whole wheat flour.

3)Add raisins, dates or any dried fruits instead of cranberries.

Here is how you can make this recipe in advance.

1)You can bake this three days in advance and store in a air tight container.


With muffins it’s always a good idea to have everything weighed out and ready before you start.

Begin by sifting the flour, baking powder and salt into a bowl, lifting the sieve up high to give the flour a good airing. Then, in another bowl, whisk together the lemon juice and zest, poppy seeds, egg, sugar, milk and melted butter. Now return the dry ingredients to the sieve and sift them straight into the egg mixture. (This double sifting is crucial because we won’t be doing much mixing.)

What you now need to do is take a large metal spoon and fold the dry ingredients into the wet ones – the key word here is quickly (i.e. in about 15 seconds). What you mustn’t do is beat or stir, just do the folding – ignore the uneven appearance of the mixture because it’s precisely this that makes the muffins really light. Over-mixing is where people go wrong.

Now divide the mixture between the muffin cases. Bake near the centre of the oven for 25–30 minutes until well-risen and golden brown. Remove the muffins from the oven and transfer them straight to a wire rack to cool. When they’re absolutely cold add enough of the reserved lemon juice, a teaspoon at a time, to the icing sugar until you have a spreadable consistency. Then divide the icing between the cooled muffins and smooth it over the tops with a small palette knife.


Christmas morning muffins in a jar

Karen Burns-Booth presents a novel Christmas gift idea. Layer all of the ingredients required to make a batch of festive muffins in a jar (minus the eggs, fat and milk of course!), add a wooden spoon along with an instruction label and a gift tag and you have an attractive and unusual gift to give this Christmas.

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I first discovered gifts in a jar when I visited a craft fair in the States many years ago, and I thought what a brilliant idea they were – the gift is in the jar and you get to keep an attractive container as well – recycling at its best. The craft fair had rows and rows of beautiful jars, pots and containers, all displayed with an astonishing array of delicious and decadent contents – from luxury beverage mixes to herbal bath concoctions, I was hooked. Since then, I always include homemade gifts in a jar on my Christmas gift list.

This recipe idea is always well received and what’s even better, is the recipient gets to keep a lovely Kilner jar afterwards, for storage or future cakes in a jar. The recipe I am sharing today for Christmas morning muffins in a jar is based on a recipe I saw in magazine about ten years ago, and I have adapted it to my own tastes and preferences over the years although, every year I seem to tweak it and change or add something new!

It is a basic muffin mixture with added dried fruits and nuts, and the choice of fruit and nuts is up to you, but I have given my latest ingredients ideas for what I think works really well, especially for a festive Christmas morning treat.

To show you just how well this muffin in a jar works, as soon as I had finished layering all my ingredients and no sooner had I tied a wooden spoon to the Kilner jar, I opened it up and baked a batch of muffins! And they were delectable, lightly spiced and full of exotic fruits such as kumquats, banana, mango as well as cranberries, dried mixed vine fruits and chopped pecans. The mixture keeps for up to three or four weeks when given as a gift, as the Kilner jar’s rubber seal keeps it all fresh for quite a while. The mixture makes a dozen large muffins and is presented in a litre jar.

The recipe, or should I say the instructions, are shared below, and if you really want to push the boat out why not gift a jar of the mixture as well as a small box of ready-made muffins, so the lucky recipient knows just how delicious they are. I serve these as part of a Christmas morning breakfast buffet with brandy butter and honey. They are also amazing when served with citrus butter and cream cheese and a glass of fizz! If you want to make the muffins yourself, then just dispense with layering the ingredients in a jar, then obviously just follow the cooking instructions (and ingredient amounts) as they would appear when written on the label.


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My love for muffins started in high school with boxed muffin mixes. My girlfriend and I would spend hours comparing our favorite flavors, muffin tips and where to find the best bakery muffins.

After a lot of time devoted to these conversations, we realized that we should start baking our own. We also noticed the effects that boxed muffin mixes were having on our figures (hint: it was not a good effect). So we began having muffin baking parties (with just the two of us present) where we would experiment with different ingredients such as yogurts, a mixture of spices, different grades of chocolates, and fruits. We were in heaven!

So, almost nine years later, I have spent a large part of my life baking, eating, talking about muffins, and even wearing muffin jewelry (earrings, to be exact). I have learned that you can make muffins just as tasty by using less sugar and more nutritious ingredients like real fruits, dark chocolates, and nuts.

For a quick muffin fix, I freeze muffins after baking, then defrost them for a quick snack after school or work. My favorite year-round muffin-eating indulgence is to pair whatever I've got with hot or iced chai tea. It will make you feel like you are enjoying a decadent dessert without that post-snack guilt.

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A delicious pumpkin muffin topped with a pecan streusel crunch and drizzled with a maple icing. It is all the amazing flavors of fall all rolled in to a delicious breakfast treat. These were originally meant to be delivered to my husband’s office and the morning after I made them I slept in and came into the kitchen after he left for work to find all the muffins except for one that was missing. I called him and asked what happened and he chuckled and said, “I tried one, I am not sharing these!” I laughed and said “That is going into my blog post!” So, sorry everyone at his office, I made these for you!

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That being said I actually could not load this post on to the site because I had to wait for it to make its way on to the new host and I couldn’t log on until it was done. I totally kept busy all day to keep my mind off of it. I changed our cable provider and bought new cell phones. Now you know what I do when I am anxious… SHOP! Luckily I was home all day so I didn’t go out and buy the Mac desktop I was looking at last week… Everything in due time, first I need a desk for the computer to go on! Right now my desk is the couch and my computer is a laptop my husband got in law school years ago. Let’s just say I can go get a snack from the kitchen while I wait for Photoshop to open.

These muffins are really quick to make and the toppings can be used together or you can choose one or the other if you want something a bit quicker or simple. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, whisk together the oil (you can also totally use half oil and half applesauce here), eggs, 1 cup sugar, ½ cup brown sugar, pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, salt and baking powder carefully.

In a small bowl mash together pecans, butter, oats, brown sugar and salt between your fingers.Using a ¼ cup ice cream scoop, add the batter into some adorable Fall themed muffin cups. Top with a sprinkle of the crumble.

Bake for 15-17 minutes.
In a small bowl or measuring cup add the powdered sugar, maple syrup and milk until a nice thick icing consistency (a thickness somewhere between peanut butter and honey.) Microwave for ten seconds to thin out. Using a whisk, dunk it into the cup then shake it back and forth over each muffin to make a drizzle.Let Cool.

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Cupcakes and muffins are a perfect baked treat that everyone loves. In this article you can find various recipes of cupcakes and muffins that you can easily bake in your home. These recipes can be made by an experienced bakes or a beginner baker.

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Cupcakes on the other hand is a mini cake baked in a small paper cup. Sometimes a cup cake is topped with an icing or glaze. Muffins are never iced. Cupcakes are usually served as a dessert. Cupcakes are lighter in texture than a muffin. Chocolate Cupcakes with Irish Cream Frosting, Whole Wheat Fruit and Nut Cupcake Recipe, Eggless Dark Chocolate Cupcake Recipe are popular cupcake recipes which are enjoyed by one and all.

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