Saturday, 3 October 2009

Wholemeal muffins recipe



How to make wholemeal muffins

If you want a wholesome muffin recipe then Chefs wholemeal muffins recipe is the perfect choice for you to bake.

These tasty muffins use light brown sugar and wholemeal flour, inside the cooked muffin is a delicious surprise of gooey sweet blueberries.

Chef uses extra strong wholemeal flour in this muffin recipe and it works a treat.

Wholemeal flour used in cakes go great with Autumn and Winter fruits.

Chef uses blueberry conserve, you can use any conserve or jam of your choice, strawberry, raspberry or your other favourite fruit.





Ingredients for wholemeal muffins

3 oz Extra strong wholemeal flour
3+1/2 oz Plain flour
3 oz Margarine
5 oz Light brown sugar
3 Eggs
2 oz Ground almonds
1 tsp Baking powder
1/2 tsp Bicarbonate of soda
Pinch salt
3 Tbsp Milk/ Soya milk
Blueberry conserve/jam


Note... Use strawberry, raspberry, blackberry or other jam/conserve of your choice.

Surprise people with the blueberry filling.




How to make wholemeal muffins with blueberry jam



Use an electric whisk to cream the margarine and sugar together.



Add vanilla, eggs, flours, bi carb, baking powder, pinch salt, almonds and milk. Whisk together.


Weigh out 8 ounces of the muffin cake mixture.


Add one tablespoon of blueberry conserve and mix well.



You will have a wholemeal muffin cake batter and a blue cake batter with the blueberry jam.




Place a large teaspoon of the blue muffin cake batter in a muffin case.


Place a teaspoon of the wholemeal cake batter on top of the blue batter.



Add a spoonful of blueberry conserve on top of the wholemeal muffin batter.



Place another two teaspoons of the wholemeal cake batter on top of the blueberry conserve.

Make sure that the wholemeal cake batter covers the blueberry conserve completely.

Place into a hot oven at gas mark 6 for 25-30 minutes.



When the wholemeal muffins are ready they should be firm to to touch but still springy.


Place on a wire rack to cool. Enjoy Chefs wholemeal muffins recipe.


27 comments:

Velva said...

These look like a great grab n' go breakfast treat. A good cup of coffee and a couple of these muffins would be all that I need to start my day right.
Thanks for sharing!

lilmizlynn said...

they looked delicious, chef!! i love blueberries... :)

Ivy said...

They look yummilicious Jeena. I am definitely going to make them with a few minor changes for my own diet. Is wholemeal the same as whole wheat flour?
There is something for you on my blog.

Grace said...

oh jeena, how terrific it'd be to take a big ol' bite of one of these and get a mouthful of blueberry goodness! i love the wholesome quality of them, too!

Nancy - TheSensitivePantry.com said...

Loving this muffin. The blueberry center reminds me of the jelly doughnuts we ate as children.

Varunavi said...

Wonderful step by step images.

I have tried ur minced meat and bellpeppers,it was liked by everyone in my house,thanx for sharing the recipe :)

Have a great day

Anjum said...

hi jeena first time at ur blog i loved the way u presented ur recipe..great pics too

penny aka jeroxie said...

ohh! I love surprises. And that is one sweet and beautiful surprise.

Vrinda said...

Wonderful muffins with healthy ingredients...

lissie said...

wow, thats something delicious as well as healthy! loved the blueberry filling... :)

Happy cook said...

Wow that muffin looks so so god and i just love that filing too.

Gita said...

Decadent and tempting muffins...very healthy ones too :)

Juliana said...

Yummie, love the idea of the filling, it is a kind of "surprise!"

AppleC said...

I wouldn't think of using anything but blueberry. The muffins look great!

Cynthia said...

Jeena, you are clearly a master baker, I like how moist your muffins are.

Bridgett said...

These are perfect for for a cold Fall morning. To bite into these with that lovely filling would be heavenly!

Maria said...

I want one:) They look so hearty and delicious!

Divya Vikram said...

Muffins look healthy and perfect for breakfast!

bethany (Dirty Kitchen Secrets) said...

Oh! These look deliciously healthy Jeena! Thanks for sharing :)

Cenwen said...

Mhum!

I love muffins! I want one :)

They are very pretty! I Love your recipe!

Many thanks :)

Arabic Bites said...

Looks very delicious ;)
Can I have one ;)

Hannah said...

What perfectly risen domes! I love the idea of using jam instead of berries, that reservoir of gooey fruit looks delicious.

Danella said...

Hi jeena- you have a wonderful food blog your so talented, I have just started out with a new food blog and have lots to learn. I will learn from you. Your recipes are so cool, I have cooked so many, you are the reason why I have started a blog. Jeena keep up the good work, your site will benefit so many people around the world. All my family are fans of your cooking site. Bless you Jeena TAKE CARE Danella x

Babli said...

Muffin looks very delicious. You have presented very beautifully with step by step lovely pictures. It looks yummy and mouth watering.

Sophie said...

MMMMMMMM,...your muffins look so delectable!!

Just lovely,...

sivaganga said...

I am from trivandrum, south india. I have made twice the wholemeal muffins using strawberry conserve. I used butter instead of margarine. It was superb like anything. Everybody loved it. Thankyou very much. Actually I have tried many muffin recipes. But all was a flop. But this one really wonderful.Thanks a lot dear chef.

Anonymous said...

do you think i could get away with using butter or coconut oil instead of margerine? im just not a fan of it...