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Thursday, January 1, 2009


A forum member on N.com was asking if Maltesers would work in muffins. And I replied, "Can't see why not". So, of course I just had to see if they really did.

This is what I did.
2 cups S.R. Flour. (Well sifted)(Minus 3 tablespoons)
3/4 cup Castor Sugar.
2 large Eggs.
3/4 cup Milk.
1/2 cup Rice Bran Oil.
3 tablespoons Horlicks.
1 cup chopped Maltesers.
12 Maltesers cut in half. (For deco later)

Preheat oven to 170c.
Mix wet ingredients, add the dry ingredients and the chopped maltesers last.
Notice, I took out 3 tablespoons of flour because I was adding the dry horlicks.
I managed to get 24 muffins using this mix, even though they were a little small.
Place muffin tray in oven for 20 minutes, then take out of oven and place your halved maltesers on the top while still hot. This will help them stay on.
Wish I could remember the forum member who asked the question, and I wonder if she made them.
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toj said...

ill try to do this with whoppers. :)

Semlan said...

It wasn´t me, but they sure look very yummy!!!

Oh my! Apple pie! said...

Sal they look great, I love Maltesers...yum!

Sophie said...

That was so creative of you to come up with this recipe :). Hopefully the gal on the forum was able to find your recipe! I'd like to share your recipe with our readers, please let me know if you're interested.

Sophie, Key Ingredient Chief Blogger

Sally said...

Thank you Sophie. I have emailed you. Thrilled to bits.

Maria said...

Sally these look wonderful!