Muffin recipe: Make this sweet treat at home.
Kids may be picky eaters but can be easily impressed. You just need to know what will make them happy and rest is a cakewalk. One sure-shot way is to serve them sweet desserts; by this we mean the desserts that they like. You don’t have to rack your brains to find the perfect recipe. Just get down to making a soft, crumbly muffin and you’ll be on the right track. To help you out, we have a great recipe for you to try your hands on – mango and blueberry muffin.
Mention the name of this muffin and the kids will jump out of excitement. Mango and blueberries are two of the most popular fruits. While mango is full of sweetness, blueberries add a touch of tartness. The contrasting flavours of both the fruits come together to raise the stock of the already-loved muffin. What more can one ask for?
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If you’ve never made muffins before, don’t worry. If you know how to bake and have an oven at home, you are sorted. Just make sure you have a muffin tin tray at home. Rest of the ingredients are quite common and we are sure you would already have them. And, if you are wondering how difficult it is to make muffins, it’s not. Check out the recipe below and you’ll believe us.
Here’s the step-by-step recipe of mango and blueberries muffins with detailed ingredients list.
Just like you makes cakes, prepare the batter for muffins by combining flour, salt, baking powder, eggs, sugar, vanilla essence, buttermilk and oil. Add mango puree and toss in the blueberries coated with flour. That’s it; just pour the batter into muffin tins lined with paper cups. If you don’t have paper cups, you can just grease the tray with some oil or butter and go ahead and bake those fruity muffins.
This unique muffin with sweetness overload will be a hit on the table post dinner or as a mid-day treat. Soft, spongy and crumbly mango and blueberries muffin is a must-try dessert, especially for kids.
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