The recipe for fresh cranberry muffin is easy and versatile. The cranberries can be fresh or frozen. Just use whatever you have on hand. In either case chop the cranberries into small pieces or for a bigger burst of cranberry flavour leave them whole.
This recipe uses a flax egg. For those of you who are new to vegan cooking flax eggs are a combination of flax meal and water. The mixture is allowed to set for 5 minutes until it gels. Once the mixture is thick the flax egg replaces a chicken egg one to one. Just mix 1 tbsp of flax meal and 2 1/2 tbsp of water thoroughly.
The recipe also calls for almond milk but it can be replaced with most nut milks, soy milk and even oat milk.
Cranberry muffins are great for lunch on a cold winter day or easy to grab for a quick breakfast. Serve with your favourite tea and jam or jelly.
Apple crumble muffins are tart and sweet at the same time. They have the best ingredients of the old fashioned apple crumble assembled in a muffin that can be taken anywhere. Enjoy with milk, coffee or tea.
Lemon is one of my favourite flavours. Zingy lemon muffins are full of the taste and smell of lemon and citrus. They’re great for a treat any time of year and are especially good with strawberry jam. Try baking mini muffins for take a long treats.
There’s no reason to go to the local coffee shop for a muffin when you have this recipe. This muffins have the classic paring of lemon and cranberries together. They’re tangy yet sweet and are sure to tempt your taste buds.
Fall is here and the trees are beginning to turn colour. At this time of year the restaurant chains come out with everything pumpkin and I feel like baking some sweet treats. Pumpkin Spice muffins are warm and fragrant. They’re the perfect treat for a cold windy day. Enjoy them with butter or pumpkin butter.
Old fashioned banana muffins are great for using up the ripe fruit before it spoils. The recipe is light, sweet and fluffy and is good with coffee or tea. For a special treat try adding chocolate or butterscotch chips to the batter.
The Peach muffin recipe another gem from my mother’s old cookbook. I don’t remember her ever baking this recipe but I’ve used it several times in the past few years when I feel like baking with peaches. I love this recipe with peaches but the bran base would be great with dates or raisins as well.