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  • My Muffin Recipe

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    11 posts, 7 voices, 1622 views, started Jun 26, 2012

    Posted on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 by Nathalie Girard

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      In a year or two, I plan to hold a little stand at the Saturday market village near where I live. I would like to sell honey, jam and other goods cooked or baked with products of my garden.  Since muffins don't really exist in France (at least not good ones like in America), I thought having muffins to sell would be a nice plus. This is a muffin recipe I invented and I think it could sell. If some of you would like to test it and tell me what you think, that would be great. Any new ideas on how to improve the recipe is welcomed. If you didn’t like it, tell me too!  The kind of honey you use will influence a lot the final taste. Don't use cheap commercial honey made in China. Try and find an all flower honey that is from your area, or have fun with specific tasting honey like lavander or chesnut.  

      Oatmeal Honey and Chocolate Chips Muffins  

      1 cup oatmeal
      1 cup whole milk (if you can find it, non pasteurized milk is even better!!)
      1 cup white flour
      1 tea sp baking powder
      1/2tea sp salt
      ¾ cup brown sugar
      1 egg, beaten
      4 tea sp melted butter
      2 table sp honey
      Chocolate chips (I chop dark baking chocolate)

      1.Mix oatmeal and milk and let it rest.

      2.Preheat oven at 185°C (365F°)

      3.Mix flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and chocolate chips in another bowl.

      4.In a pot, melt butter. Take off heat. Add oatmeal mix, egg and honey. Mix.

      5.Add liquid ingredients to dry ones. Stir just enough to humidify.

      6.Fill muffin cups to ¾. Bake for about 25 minutes or until golden.

      Enjoy and tell me what you think!!!

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