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Snickers and peanut butter muffins

I’ve been wanting to bake this recipe for a long time. Snikers are P.’s  favorite chocolate bar and I love baking muffins so I knew it was going to be a success. Now, I’m writing this post with a little bit of discomfort after eating way too many muffins. Auch. So, if you prepare them be aware: they can be addictive and it has consequences!

I found the recipe in this book. It has the best ideas and recipes and I’m planing to bake a lot of them this season. These golden fluffy beauties are really easy to prepare and absolutely delicious. I would even say they are the best muffins I’ve ever baked. The mixture between sweet and salty is intriguing and even though I’m not a fun of peanuts, this is the second recipe in which I use peanut butter… and I love it. Check the first one here.
For 12 muffins you will need:
250 gr. plain floor
85 gr. golden caster sugar
1+1/2 baking powder
A pinch of salt
160 gr. crunchy peanut butter
60 gr. unsalted butter, melted
1 large egg, beaten
175 ml. milk
3 Snickers bars, chopped
Preheat the oven to 200º. Stir together the flour, sugar, baking powder and mix until you have a bowl of coarse crumbs.
Mix the melted butter, the beaten egg and the milk. Then, stir the mixture gently into the bowl. Mix in the Snikers pieces and dollop into the muffin cases.
Cook 25 minutes until they are golden and firm to the touch and let them cool for 10 to 15 minutes.
Make sure you don’t eat them all at one sitting!


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