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Simple Berry Muffins

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I’m frantically in the process of emptying my pantry and fridge. I seem to have an incredible 13 varieties of flour, six types of sugar, three types of icing sugar and various other baking and cooking items that we cannot stick in a shipping container for three months. Please don’t tell my long suffering spouse about the 13 types of flour! He WILL kill me. I also have 2kg of mixed berries in the freezer. And less than 2 weeks to use them up! The toddler and I have just used some (not enough) of them up in some plain berry muffins. You can add white chocolate chips, and replace the oat milk with the ordinary kind. If you do that, you will probably need a tablespoon or so less milk.

Berry MuffinsIngredients (for 12 muffins):

275g self raising flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

220g light brown sugar

130ml vegetable oil

150ml oat milk (or 130ml ordinary milk)

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

300g of berries

(Optional) a tablespoon each of demerara sugar and oat bran

Method (This is the EASIEST method ever):

Preheat your oven to 180 degrees C

Mix your dry ingredients together.

Mix the wet ingredients together and add them to the dry along with the berries.

Mix until JUST combined, you can add a splash more milk if it feels too dry and thick.

Divide evenly into 12 large muffin cases, sprinkle with your sugar/oatbran mix and bake for 30-35 minutes.

Toddler and I enjoyed these straight out the oven snuggled on the couch under a blanket! There is still snow on our lawn!







Author: Skuggs

A Mom, a Geek, a Cook and apparently an Engineer.

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