Sunday, October 09, 2011

Banana Muffin - An Annabel Karmel Recipe

I simply LOVE Annabel Karmel's recipes. I've been using her recipes since Ayden was 6 months old, making great and interesting purees for him. Her recipes are just so healthy. It was also a great guide in making sure that Ayden had a wide selection of different taste, colours and nutrients in his diet.

So this morning I decided to make some banana muffins for breakfast. Since we had some overripe bananas. Besides banana's the recipe had branflakes and raisins. How healthy is that!

Here's how they turned out!

Straight out from the oven

One for Ayden

Here is the recipe. This one is different from the one on her website cos I got it from her book instead.

60gm of branflakes
10 oz of milk
125 gm of floor
60g of butter
80gm of sugar
one egg
1 tsp of baking powder
1 tsp of salt
a handful of raisins
2 ripe bananas smashed

Soak the branflakes in the milk for about 10 minutes. Cream the butter, sugar and egg. Sieve the flour, baking powder and salt. Add in the smashed bananas into the creamed butter mix. Spoon in the soaked branflakes and flour mix alternately (Careful not to get in too much milk or the mix becomes too runny). Add the raisins (my branflakes already had raisins so I did not use extra raisins this morning).

Pre-heat the oven to 180 deg and bake for about 15 min.

Here's the happy face enjoying the muffins!


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