Monday, 13 November 2017

autumn leaf chocolate muffins

hello hello
yay, fun of autumn leaves on a muffin

[this recipe makes four muffins]
13 tbsp plain flour
2 tsp baking powder
3 tbsp cocoa powder
4 tbsps melted butter
3 tsp sugar
4 tbsps milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

white chocolate chips for the middle

for the topping:
a handful of oats
chocolate spread
white chocolate spread
green, yellow and red fondant icing

preheat the oven to 167°C 
get two bowls, in one bowl sieve and mix the dry ingredients, in the other bowl mix the wet ingredients. add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix together. place the mixture in four muffin cases. optional; make a hole in the centre of each muffin and place some white chocolate chips in the centre and use the muffin mixture to cover the hole. in a bowl mix the oats and chocolate spread and sprinkle on top of the uncooked muffins, this bit makes a nice texture and area to place the leaves once cooked. place on the middle shelf of the oven for about 17 minutes. take out of the oven and leave to cool on a wire rack. take the fondant icing and mix the various colours to make autumn leaf shades, roll the fondant flat and using leaf shaped cutters or by free hand cut out some leaf shapes. once the muffins have cooled enough to add a topping, place bits of white chocolate spread on the top of each muffin to use as a glue, and place the fondant leaves on top. leaves to crunch through outdoors and leaves to munch through indoors, yay

love Alice

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