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Muffin recipe for a beginner please

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The book mrsbert linked to is the definitive muffin book IMHO.

Nope - bicarb and baking powder are not the same, sorry.

LadyMilfordHaven Sat 03-Aug-13 17:20:24

not nigellas banana

tbh i am meh on muffins - too dry

WildThongsHeartString Sat 03-Aug-13 17:15:59

An update, I don't have bicarb, can I use baking powder instead?

lucamom Sat 03-Aug-13 13:11:52

Whichever recipe you use (google blueberry muffins-you'll find loads), just make sure you don't over mix. Once the wet ingredients hit the dry, just a few turns and it's done (lumpy is right in this case!)

bruffin Sat 03-Aug-13 11:25:19

I always use Delias muffin recipe from her summer book, which gives a basic recipe and lots of variations.

WildThongsHeartString Sat 03-Aug-13 11:17:13

Thank you!

MrsBertMacklin Sat 03-Aug-13 11:12:36

Muffins: Fast & Fantastic is the best failsafe muffin book.

Some of the recipes are written out here

WildThongsHeartString Sat 03-Aug-13 11:09:55

I have loads of blueberries to use up, also chocolate and raisins, so I wondered if I could make some different muffins and freeze them?
Any failsafe ideas very welcome!

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