The Martin that lived with us was never interested in my baking, but the Martin that came home at Christmas thoroughly enjoyed anything I made! I have no idea why he changed, but am delighted that someone actually eats what I bake now, apart from Alan and myself. So I decided he might appreciate having an emergency supply of something in his hotel room for the weekend he was working. I know I always have emergency food with me at all times, but especially when travelling.
cooks.com, and I guarantee I will use this again and again.
Here is the recipe just cut and pasted, why mess with perfection?
|EASY FRUIT MUFFINS|
1 1/2 c. self-rising flour
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. milk
1/4 c. oil
1 c. blueberries or any fruit
Mix flour and sugar. Add eggs and liquids. Fold in fruit. Pour into muffin tin (paper lined or greased). Bake 20 minutes at 400 degrees. If using frozen fruit, DO NOT DEFROST.
Well, I guess I need to mess with perfection a bit so that anyone can use this recipe!
Easy Fruit Muffins
1 1/2 cup, 315g or 11 ounces Self raising flour
1/2 cup, 170g or 6 ounces sugar
1/2 cup, 120ml or 4 ounces milk
1/4 cup, 60ml or 2 ounces oil
1 cup blueberries or other fruit (ok, I didn't convert this, but easy to fill a coffee cup, or mug would be better, with berries and get this. I also think any variety of berries is going to weigh differently)
These were really hard to resist, glad most of them got sent to Glasgow!