i stumbled across this recipe by accident. i have a bit of an eating problem so i just took things out of a basic generic muffin ingredients that i hated the idea of eating ( butter, sugar etc) list and tried it.it took a few tries but then i nailed it and it was awesome !
sift the spelt flour into a large mixing bowl.then sift in the plain flour.then sift in the baking powder.
give it a good mix.then add in the sultanas.
break the eggs into a large-ish bowl and beat until bubbly,and you cant see any more orange.
gradually mix in the soya milk,about a quarter of the jug each time, beat thoroughly between each time you add some.
make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients
pour in half the liquid ingredients and mix well.while not over-mixing. then add the rest.and mix.
place some baking cases in a baking tray with 12 muffins holders.
spoon the mixture in evenly,if you still have some left go round again.for fun i like to make one ‘monster muffin‘ !
top each one with a couple of sultanas and/or some nuts they will toast nicely in the oven and the hazelnut go a lovely brown colour.
place in a pre heated oven for 20-25 minutes in the oven at 200 degrees celsius with the fan.
take out and place on a wire rack.do not worry if they stick to the cases.that is no problem.i have them like that but i suppose you could grease the cases if you wish.
to mix it up i like to mix some cereals or fresh fruit (blueberries and crunchy bran) is really cool.but experiment.
mixing the dry ingredients in the second step really well makes sure the baking powder distributes evenly.
in step 4 beating really well makes the muffins rise really nicely.
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