Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Recipe: Chocolate & Fudge Muffins

Lara has just completed her second batch of baking.  Her first was a Mr Men fairy cake mix (splat & stir) from Sainsbury's, so this is a HUGE step up!  We started out with a basic recipe, and added our own little touches to it, and then set Lara to work with the mixing, pouring, baking and decorating.  I think she did rather a good job - and they taste delicious!

Ingredients

65g caster sugar
60g light soft brown sugar
125g self raising flour
25g chocolate chips
25g fudge pieces

1 tsp vanilla extract
2 medium eggs
125g butter
2 tbsp milk, to loosen








Method

1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4.

2. Prepare your 12 muffin cases.

3. Cut the butter into small pieces and mix it with the sugars in a big mixing bowl.




4. Cream the butter and sugar together until soft.  You can do this with a wooden spoon or an electric whisk.

5. Break the eggs into a bowl, you have to be careful.


6. Pour the eggs into your butter and sugar. Mix it very well, round and round, but not too fast.


7. When it's all joined together, put the flour in.  Mix it up again.


8. After that mixing it's thick, so put in your vanilla and milk.  Mix it round again.


9. Put in the chocolate chips and the fudge pieces, and stir them round in it.


10. Make sure they go all the way through, then you can start putting it into the cases for the cakes.  Spoon a lump in each time.  Daddy helps you.


11. Ta-dah!  You can cook your cakes now.


12. Bake for about 15 minutes.  Then you have to put them on a rack to let them cool down.


13. After that you can decorate them how you like.  We mixed up mascarpone cheese and icing sugar with a little bit of vanilla essence to make yummy frosting.  Then Lara put on some fudge pieces and big chocolate stars!


14. Then you eat them!!  Yum yum!!!!



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21 comments :

  1. They look amazing! I wish I could bake! xx

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  2. I was looking for another post to comment on and spotted these! My 3 1/2 year old will love making these.

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  3. Beautifully done, and your little chef makes less mess than my hubby!

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  4. How gorgeous are these?!! My little boy made an autumn fruit pie the other day and i was terribly proud.

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  5. What great looking muffins, they look amazing.

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  6. they look delicious! might have to give these a try!

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  7. Pam Francis Gregory8 November 2014 at 10:22

    Look lovely & looks like you had fun too!

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  8. aww i love the step by step photos -what a clever girl!

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  9. These look great will have to try these out.

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  10. These look lovely. I will have to give them a try!

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  11. These love really nice, I want to try these with my kids!!

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  12. oooh these look scrummy! Thank you x

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  13. What a great looking recipe, but I mustn't try it until I have visitors to eat them.

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  14. wow, I'm definitely going to try these, delicious

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  15. These muffins look really good

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  16. I have to try these! They look delicious.

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