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A Collection of Muffin
Recipes

Recipes and Techniques for
The Perfect Muffins

The Prepared Pantry
3847 East 38 North
Rigby, ID 83442
208-745-7892

Muffins
Recipes and Techniques for the Perfect Muffins

Table of Contents

How to Bake: Muffins (with recipes)......................................................................3
The Secrets of the Dome ......................................................................................6
How to Make Refrigerator Bran Muffins ................................................................6
“Fancy Up” Your Muffins .......................................................................................8
Great Granola Muffin Recipe ................................................................................9
Granola and Raisin Muffins.................................................................................11
Cinnamon Orange Walnut Muffins ......................................................................12
Cheddar Pecan Corn Muffins..............................................................................13
Mango Paradise Muffins .....................................................................................14
Blueberry Corn Muffin Recipe .............................................................................15
California Golden Raisin Muffins.........................................................................17
Green Pistachio Muffin Recipe ...........................................................................18
Nancy’s Indescribably Delicious Banana Muffin Recipe .....................................19
Cinnamon Banana Breakfast Muffins..................................................................21
Sour Cream Rye Muffins.....................................................................................22
Streusel Topped Peach Muffins ..........................................................................23
Banana Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins ........................................................24
Cherry Pecan Muffins .........................................................................................26
Butterscotch Pecan Muffins ................................................................................27
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins ........................................................................28
Good Earth Pumpkin and Apricot Muffins ...........................................................29
Raggedy Ann Cinnamon Chip Muffins Recipe ....................................................31
Banana Pecan Muffin Recipe .............................................................................32
How to Convert a Muffin Recipe to a Muffin Tops Recipe...................................33

The Prepared Pantry
3847 East 38 North
Rigby, ID 83442
208-745-7892

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How to Bake: Muffins (with recipes)

(Revised October, 2006)

Muffins are a mainstay around our house. They are as nourishing as they are
good to eat. They are quicker and easier to make than cookies and usually
contain much less sugar and fat. We usually eat them for breakfast but like them
with any meal. (For Easter, we served cranberry nut muffins with a ham dinner.)
They work well for snacks and desserts as well. Extras can be frozen and heated
in the microwave for hot muffins anytime.

Today we will make muffins using the “muffin method”. (Just as there are two
major makeup methods for quick breads, there are two methods for muffins—the
muffin method and the creaming method.) In the muffin method, the liquids and
the dry ingredients are mixed separately and then stirred together until just
combined. We will include tips and instructions to make the perfect muffin and
some streusel and topping recipes to crown your creations with.

To make muffins using the muffin method, choose a favorite muffin recipe that
does not call for the creaming of sugar into the fat. (Look for a recipe that calls for
oil or melted butter or, if you prefer, you can use one of our muffin mixes.)

In preparation, grease the muffin tins. We like spray oil from an aerosol can or
the spray genie we sell on our site to reach the corners of the tins. Be sure to
cover the top edges where the muffins will flow when baking. (You can use paper
liners but since the batter adheres slightly to the paper, you will have slightly less
volume to the muffins.)

Set the oven to preheat. Temperature is one of the secrets to those nicely domed
muffins that you find in the better bake shops. Commercial ovens use precise
heat settings and timers. In the kitchen, we can approximate those results by:

Making sure that the oven is completely heated before baking. We like to let the
oven sit at full temperature for at least ten minutes before baking so that the heat
is well-absorbed into the structure of the oven.

Closing the door as quickly as possible to keep the heat trapped.

Setting the temperature at a higher initial setting and lowering the temperature
later. We almost always start out at 425 degrees. The higher heat creates a burst
of steam that lifts the batter. (We have experimented with turning the heat down
immediately and waiting as long as six or eight minutes before turning it down. It
doesn't seem to matter. Just test your muffins to make sure they are done.)

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