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    • Muff-Nuts

      Muff-nuts are donut bites that are baked in a muffin tin- these tasty morsels are our a healthier version of "fried" donuts, but with all the flavor of fresh cake donuts.

      You'll Need:
      2 C. Flour
      1/2 tsp Salt
      3 Tsp. Baking Powder
      1/2 C. Sugar
      1 or 2 eggs
      1/4 c. Melted butter
      1 c. Milk
      Chopped Nuts if you have some
      1/2 tsp of nutmeg

      In a medium bowl add flour, salt, baking powder, nutmeg and sugar, mixing well. Then add eggs, melted butter and milk, mixing until moistened and most lumps gone. If you'd like add a handful of chopped nuts!

      Spoon into greased muffin tins, & sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar - bake at 400 for 12-17 minutes

      Or
      Spread in a buttered 9x9 pan and sprinkle with cinnamon & sugar. (Or Muffin tin) Bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes.

      If you want to make these ahead of time as a homemade convenience mix, simply place all of the dry ingredients in a baggie and add a label that states:

      Directions: To contents of bag- add 2 eggs, 1/4 c. melted butter & 1 c. Milk , mix and bake

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      Comments 7 Comments
      1. ladyruth's Avatar
        ladyruth -
        This recipe needs some editing. Some recipes use a capital T to indicate a Tablespoon. Is you Baking powder a tsp. or a T.?
        After the Sugar is listed a new line should be started for the mixing instruction.
        If I can get an answer on the T/t. thing I'd love to try this recipe!
        -Ruthann
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        FreebieQueen -
        tsp OR Tsp or t = is Teaspoon (note the lack of "B")

        whereas

        tbs OR TBS or T = Tablespoon

        Many older recipes are written this way.


        Another way to tell is by looking at the amount of flour called for in a recipe. For leavening in a recipe, baking powder is usually called for for 1 1/2 tsp per cup of flour.
      1. lala72's Avatar
        lala72 -
        Yum! I'm going to make these after dinner tonight.
      1. MabelMartha's Avatar
        MabelMartha -
        This recipe really makes me happy. Why? Since it gives the option of two eggs. I can cut the recipe in half without dividing the egg in half.
      1. skyjade01's Avatar
        skyjade01 -
        These look super yummy, but I have to say that the name made me LOL!!!
      1. Mrturk's Avatar
        Mrturk -
        How many does this make? 12 or 24 muffins?
      1. Unregistered's Avatar
        Unregistered -
        made 12 for us, mrturk


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