Thursday, 6 March 2014

Coconut and Marshmallow Muffin Recipe

I was lucky enough to receive a selection of goodies from Cake Angels on Monday. This included icing, sprinkles, candles and marshmallows.

cake angels baking range

 The question was just what was I going to bake? I had a look through my cupboard at the other ingredients that I had and I decided to make coconut and marshmallow muffins, adapting a recipe for muffins that I had made before.
Ingredients

* 260g Self Raising Flour
* 150g Caster Sugar
* 1 Egg
* 160ml Semi Skimmed Milk
* 1 tsp Vanilla Essence
* 40g Desicatted Coconut
* 80g Mini Marshmallows
* 1 tbsp Melted Butter

Preparation

* Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
* Place all the dry ingredients into a bowl and mix together.
* In a jug whisk together the egg, milk and vanilla essence.
* Pour the melted butter and milk mixture into the dry ingredients and stir until smooth.


* Fold the marshmallows into the mixture.
* At this point put the mixture into muffin cases, they should be around 2/3rds full. It should make around 12 muffins. Now I couldn't find my muffin cases so I put the mixture into normal cake cases which I half filled. 



* Place the muffins in the oven for around 20 minutes or until golden brown on the top.
* Place on a wire rack to cool.
* We decided to decorate the cakes by drizzling icing over the top and using the lovely sprinkles the Cake Angels provided us with.

coconut and marshmallow muffins

These cakes would be great for parties and I was surprised to find when I tasted to them that the marshmallows didn't make the muffins too sweet, they just added a lovely texture and the flavour of the coconut really stood out.

What's your favourite muffin flavour combination?

xxxx
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18 comments:

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    1. I can confirm they taste scrummy :) x

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  2. They look really yummy and the girls look like they had lots of fun making them :) xx

    Emma
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  3. Baking is definitely one of our favourite things to do in this house :) x

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  4. Wow! Wow at the branding of this stuff alone - it screams "little girl heavan!". I bet they loved every minute of it :)

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    1. very much so!!! we are going to do more baking at the weekend :) x

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  5. Looking at the banana and oat pancake link as they look fabulous - personally I'm not a fan of anything too sweet, but judging by the pictures above I would be in the minority ;) !

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    1. lol they are surprisingly not very sweet considering the ingredients but I know what you mean, the pancakes are my favourite thing to eat at the moment!! x

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  6. So sweet-love making buns with the kids. Do link up to #tastytuesdays if you fancy!

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    1. good way to keep them entertained :) I shall pop over and link up thank you x

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  7. Am sure Little One would love making these and he has a big bag of mini marshmallows left over from Christmas and love the idea of adding coconut, #TastyTuesdays.

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  8. Thanks for linking up, we love baking in this house too-even if the kitchen is a disaster zone after!

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    1. lol the mess is part of the fun though right? ;) x

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  9. I would never have thought to add coconut to marshmallow. Looks yummy. #tastytuesdays

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    1. definitely something different :-) x

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  10. Oh HELLO! They look yummy stick sweet and so much fun to make with the kids. Thanks so much for linking up with #recipeoftheweek. I've pinned and tweeted this post and hope to see you linking up again soon! :D x

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    1. lots of fun :) have just linked up my latest post :) x

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