What if I told you that I had a super easy muffin recipe that you can use as a base for all your favourite sweet muffin flavours? What if I then told you that this super easy muffin recipe freezes really well so you can make a week’s worth of packed lunch treats in one go?
Would you be excited? Have I whipped you up into a muffin frenzy yet?
Feel free to roll your eyes at this point but in my defence, I’m sat here eating one of the muffins that I made earlier and it really is delicious. I use the same recipe every time as a base and just change the flavours around depending on what we have in and what we fancy. I’ve probably shared the recipe with you all before at some point (I’ve just checked and it was five years ago – wow) but because I don’t want you to miss out, I’m going to share my favourite easy muffin recipe with you again today. 😉
Super Easy Muffin Recipe
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour and the sugar together.
- In a jug (just because it’s easier to pour) mix the egg, milk and oil together.
- Pour the combine liquids into the bowl with the flour and sugar and give it a good mix.
- The result should be slightly lumpy but with no clumps of dried flour or sugar left.
- Add in your flavouring – I’ve got lots of ideas below on what you can use – today I used 2 bananas and 4 tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter.
- Bake in a pre heated oven at around 190 c for 20-25 minutes.
- Depending on your flavour combination, you might like to sprinkle some brown sugar on the top of your muffins when they come out of the oven for a little crunch.
I’ve also made some cheese and ham muffins which are going down just as well as the banana and peanut butter muffins but I’ll share that recipe next week.
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