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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Peach Muffins







Ingredients:

180 gm. unsalted butter - melted
220 gm. fine sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
2 eggs - lightly beaten
250 gm. cake flour
2 tsp. Baking powder
80 gm. ground almonds
1 small can of peach - cut into dice
100 ml. fresh milk

Method:

(1) Mix melted butter wih sugar, salt, beaten eggs and milk. Stir till well combined and then pour into the sifted flour, ground almonds and baking powder. Stir lightly.
(2) Add in diced peaches.
(3) Spoon into muffin cups and bake at 180C for about 25 mins. or till cooked.
(4) Leave muffins to cool on cooling rack.

39 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love your baking- everything looks perfect. Have to look at your blog every day!

I was just wondering how I was going to use the peaches I have and saw the muffins.

Could you tell me the recipe please?

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty yo,
what a wonderful muffin, fluffy n soft!

Yr creation always amaze me.

Joyce said...

Wow! The muffins look so fluffy and soft....

LizNizal said...

hello. your muffins look delicious! is it possible for you to share the recipe with me?
liznizal@gmail.com
thanx!

starryger said...

hi aunty yochana,
wow.. ur muffins look great! can share ur recipe with me.. and where u bought those muffins paper cups from ? so nice. thanks

Ning's Mummy said...

looks so yummy with big chunks of peaches.

Pls share your recipes please please please... ;)

suzanneting@yahoo.com.sg

Ning's Mummy said...

Yipee...

Thanks for posting this recipe!

devan said...

Hello aunty,

I was wondering if i could use self raising flour for this muffin - (happen to have leftover SRF). If it's ok, can i use the same amount of flour as per yr recepi? Any additonal baking powder or soda needed?

rgds

yochana said...

Hi devan,

yes you can use self raising flour. You can omit the baking powder or just add in 1 tsp. will do.

rgds

Jutine said...

Auntie Lucy, can i substitute the almond powder or omit it?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting the recipe.

I will be happy if they turn out to be even half as good as yours!

yochana said...

Hi Jutine,

You can omit the almond powder but increase your flour to 300 gm.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

Pls advise on the 2 Qs :-
1.Do I have to wash off the syrup from the peaches after taken out from the can?

2.When do I add the ground almond?

Thank you.
Josephine Seow

yochana said...

Hi Josphine,

No need to wash the peaches, just wipe it dry will do.

As for the ground almonds, add in together with the flour.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

It wasn't mentioned how many eggs i should use for this receipe. Can you please advise?

Many thanks ^_^,
pearl

yochana said...

OH Pearl,

It was clearly written as 2 eggs.

rgds.

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

I tried baking the peach muffins, however it didn't rise as high or split. Can you tell me what is wrong?

Many thanks ^_^,
pearl

yochana said...

Hi Pearl,

You mustn't stir too much making it very dense.

Stir lightly until just combined will do.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty yo,

May i ask hw many muffins can be baked using your portion of ingredients?

Thank you.

yochana said...

hi anonymous,

about 12 pieces.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

I succeeded ! Thanks so much !!!
Can i use raisins instead of peach ?

Best regards ^_^,
pearl

yochana said...

Hi pearl,

Congrats...and keep up the good work.

rgds.

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

I have alot of mango fresh. Can you advise me how to make mango cake or mango muffins? How much did you fill up the muffins cups to look like yours? Thanks

anonymous

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

I will be using the stand alone muffins cups so how much should I fill up the cups to get like your muffins?
Thanks

anonymous

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

Divide equally into 12 will do.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

Can I add mango to muffins instead of peach? Should I need to add or substract any other ingredients in your recipe?
Thanks

anonymous

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

When baking muffins, we use double acting baking powder or normal baking powder? What the diff? After trying still can not get nice shape muffins like yours.

Thanks

anonymous

yochana said...

Hi,

I'm too lazy to use both types of baking powder - single and double so I just use Double action baking powder for everything (Crescent Brand).

rgds

yochana said...

Hi Anonymous.

Yes you can even add in strawberries, kiwis or any fruit of your choice.

rgds

Anonymous said...

HI Aunty Yochana

i would like to try out this recipe tomorrow. would like to know if i can add 100g of almond powder and reduce the flour by 20g? the reason is the package of almond powder i bought is 100g, want to use up all if possible. thks
regards
octopusmum

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi octopusmum,

yes you can do that...no problem'

rgds

Anonymous said...

HI aunty

thks so much! can't wait to try it tonight!

regards
octopusmum

pepper said...

hi aunty yochana,

i tried to make the peach muffins twice, however, both times it came out too moist. do you know how can i make peach muffins that are not too moist?

pepper

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty!

Can I bake muffins without the muffin tray? Only with the paper liner itself?

Anonymous said...

Hi there!

How do I store muffins and cookies after baking? How long can it lasts? TIA..!

Anonymous said...

your recipe did not state 'Butter' in the ingredients but why does the method stated '(1) Mix melted butter wih sugar, salt, beaten eggs and milk.' ? Anyway, how much butter to put? salted or unsalted?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi anonymous

the butter has run up to the side of the photo and it states 180 gm unsalted butter.

rgds

Carolyn said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,
I've try your recipe and it was great. Even my husband like it very much. Everytime I would bake other recipes, he would comment "there you go again" but when I said I'm going to bake this again he didn't say anything so I guess he really likes it. One thing tho, my muffins didn't raise up as high as the ones in your picture. On my first bake, i filled it only 2/3. Almost flat. On my 2nd bake I filled it to 3/4. it raise a little but not as much as yours. I didn't have almond powder so I used 300 grams cake flour as you advise one of your readers. Can you please help me on this? Do you advise to increase the cake flour?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi

Do not add too much flour , it will make the muffin hard.
Make sure your baking powder is still working and not expired.
When folding, do not overfold, just combined will do. A few streaks of flour left in the batter is ok. Once they are baked, it cannot be seen.
Try to get some ground almonds tho.

Happy baking.

rgds