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"Bakewell" Muffins

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Servings

Serves 1 - 6 Muffins

Bakewell tart taste in half the time

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Ingredients

  • 375g self raising flour
  • 120g ground almonds (almond meal)
  • 90g butter chopped into small pieces
  • 225g caster sugar
  • 310 ml creme fraiche (you can use natural yogurt or buttermilk instead)
  • 1 large egg
  • 2-3 tsp almond extract (to taste)
  • 1 standard jar seedless raspberry jam (or your favourite jam)
  • 50g flaked raw almonds for topping (they toast whilst baking)

Method

    1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees C (gas 6) Grease a 6 hole large (or 12 hole small) muffin tin
    2. Place the flour, sugar & ground almonds in a large mixing bowl & rub in the chopped butter with your fingertips until it looks like breadcrumbs. If you are in a hurry, you can melt the butter and just stir it in, but the muffin texture is better if the butter is rubbed in.
    3. Whisk the egg & almond extract in a large jug, then mix in 310 ml of creme fraiche, before adding this mixture to the bowl with the flour, sugar, butter & ground almonds. Fold the mixture together with a large metal spoon until it looks slightly lumpy & just blended. Do not over-mix or whisk.
    4. Half fill each muffin cup with the mixture and make a small well in the middle. Place a rounded teaspoon of jam in each well (or a level teaspoon if using a 12 hole small muffin tin). Then fill each cup with the remaining muffin mixture making sure the jam is well covered. Next, top each muffin with a few flaked almonds to decorate.
    5. Bake on the middle shelf of the oven for 20 -25 minutes (test by inserting a thin skewer. If no muffin mixture has stuck to it when pulled out - they are cooked). Cool for 10 minutes in the tin before turning the muffins onto a cooling rack. Don't be tempted to eat them without cooling as the jam inside will be very hot.
    6. Serve warm with custard or enjoy them cold on their own.

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Katieh892
2nd Apr, 2017
5.05
Warning! *these smell so amazing that it was almost impossible allowing them to cool enough before eating!* I have just made these .. they are really delicious and easy to make too. I didn't have a couple of the ingredients so used natural yoghurt instead of creme fraiche as was recommended and I used vanilla extract as didn't have any almond extract. Thank you for posting this recipe!
michelle43
29th Jul, 2015
5.05
Delicious muffins. I got 12 and they went down a treat in work. I added 100g ground almonds and 20g of grated marzipan as we love the taste and I didn't use a jar of jam Shame I can't add the photo they are lovely
payalm
27th Nov, 2014
5.05
Excellent recipe! Made these for a muffin bake off at work and they won! Will be making again for sure.
evilenadom
27th Mar, 2012
5.05
Fab recipe! Hit with all the family. I get requests to make these now for every birthday. Thanks for sharing this recipe Sue.
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