Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Sharing a recipe from a reader

Hidden away in the comments is not the best place to find a recipe, so here is one that SusanM has shared for some gorgeous-sounding Chocolate Muffins - do let us know if you try them!  Thank you very much for the recipe, SusanM.  


Dry ingreds: 250 g SR flour sifted,
4 tablespoons drinking choc OR 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, 100g choc chips or chopped chocolate, 175g caster sugar. MIX TOGETHER IN A BOWL.

Wet ingreds: 250 ml milk, 90ml veg oil, 1 egg. MIX TOGETHER IN A BOWL OR JUG.

Combine dry and wet ingredients and stir well. Pour into 12 large muffin cases and bake at 180 (165 fan) for 25 minutes. Cool on a wire rack. These freeze well. 

For chocolate chips I just use half of a 150g bar of luxury dark cooking chocolate from Aldi at 69p a bar and roughly chop. I also reduce the amount of sugar slightly (pretending to be healthy!) Enjoy x 


phyllis weaving said...

Thank you for the recipe.looks good.will have a go with it.

SusanM said...

Thanks for sharing my recipe. I forgot to add that these are absolutely delicious warmed up in the oven and served with cream or chocolate sauce. We have them on Christmas Day x

veeknits19 said...

Thanks for the muffin recipe, I'm looking forward to trying it out. I like the fact that it freezes well - built in portion control! Vee x

Kev Alviti said...

These sound good! Me and the girls might have to make some.