This basic muffin recipe is not going to be dense or fruit filled muffin. Instead, we are going to give you a recipe that will beat your taste up with a heavily vanilla looking taste. So, here we are giving you a recipe that will be great for your kids if they don’t like to have a lot of stuff into their muffins. The basic sugar cinnamon is more reminiscent that deep fat frying thing.
A simple recipe is always good for a better taste and also which you kid will definitely like. It is also good for the candidates who like in additions of nuts and fruits as well as some garnish flavors. So, without further ado, we are listing up the recipe you can make for your kids.
Ingredients (To Yield 12 Muffins)
¼ Cup of butter, granulates sugar and vegetable oil
2 large eggs
1/3 cup of brown sugar
¼ spoon of baking soda
½ spoon of baking powder
¼ spoon of nutmeg for taste
¾ spoon of salt
1 cup of milk
2/3 cup of all purpose flour
1 spoon of vanilla extract
3 Spoon Of Cinnamon Sugar
3 Spoon of Melted Butter
Pre heat the oven up to 425 degree. Lightly grease the standard muffin tin. Make sure that you line it up with 12 paper silicone cups. Further, grease the cups up with a non- stick vegetable oil spra and make sure that you peel off the muffins easily.
Take a medium sized mixing bowl, vegetable oil, sugar and cream together until it gets smooth. Next up add some eggs into it and beat it firmly until it gets combined. Next stir the baking soda, vanilla, nutmeg and salt into it.
Next, stir the flour into the butter alternately by adding milk. And make sure that everything is combined gently. Next, spoon the batter evenly into your prepared pan and fill the cups until it gets nearly full. Next, make the muffin for about 15 minutes, until it outer cover gets pale golden brown. Add the cake tester into the middle to check whether it is firmly cooked or not. In case if it comes out clean then it is cooked.
After this, remove the pan from the oven and let it cool for the next couple of minutes until you can handle it. While it is cooling, melt the butter up for the topping. You can even melt you butter in the microwave or in the stove.
You can use a pastry brush to so that you can paint the top of each of the muffin with the butter and then to sprinkle it with the cinnamon sugar. You can simply dip the tops of your muffins into the melted butter to get a more rich taste and then you can roll it into the cinnamon sugar. Next you can serve it with cool and warm rack and airtight it properly. You can store it for a day or two at a room temperature too.