Sweet and Simple Bakes Roundup: Jammy Doughnut Muffins

by Joanne on September 1, 2009

Here it is, September 1st already and time for the Sweet and Simple Baking roundup.  Jammy Doughnut Muffins. For the exact recipe, check here:

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Did I change this recipe? Not really. Instead of using strawberry or raspberry jam, I used my favorite which is Blueberry Preserves.

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My ingredients were as follows for 12 muffins.

  • 1 1/4 cup All Purpose flour
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 4 oz granulated sugar
  • 2 whole eggs, slightly beaten
  • 1/3cup + 1 TBS milk
  • 6 TBS Unsalted butter – melted and cooled
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 12 tsp Blueberry Preserves

Topping

  • 3/4 cup butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar

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Directions:  Mix first 3 muffin ingredients in bowl.  Add sugar.  In another bowl, mix the eggs wtih the milk, butter, and vanilla.  Add the wet ingredient to the dry and only mix until everything is combined. Never overmix sweet breads or muffins.

Spoon 1/2 of your batter into your muffin cups (muffin tin lined with paper cups).  About 1 TBS + 1 tsp per muffin cup.

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NOTE:  My batter was really thick.

Top that batter with 1 tsp of blueberry preserve. Now top the preserves with the rest of the batter, again, about 1 TBS + 1 tsp per muffin cup. Bake 15 -20 minutes until golden.

 

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Topping:   Melt butter.  Dip the muffins in the melted butter then dip into the sugar.  Decorate as desired.

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Results:   A very tasty muffin when first out of the oven.  Then they got a little too dry for our liking.  Did I do something wrong? Not sure.  Will I try them again? Probably. I’ll most likely add a little oil.  Experimentation is good.

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Make sure to check out how everyone else did at the link, top of this post for Sweet and Simple Bakes.

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12 Comments

  • At 2009.09.02 05:42, Rhyleysgranny said:

    Love the idea of blueberry jam

    • At 2009.09.02 06:26, The Girl said:

      Bet the blueberry jam was lovely – love the little blueberries on top for decoration! well done

      • At 2009.09.02 07:29, Maria said:

        Your muffins turned out wonderfullly delish, love the blueberries!

        Thanks for taking part and hope you will join us again. Check out Sweet and Simple Bakes tomorrow for this month’s bake!

        Maria
        x

        • At 2009.09.02 15:47, Lynn said:

          your muffins look great! love the blueberries.. looking at the pics, making me want some now…

          • At 2009.09.02 17:30, Jeena said:

            Lovely cakes just like a jammy doughnut.

            • At 2009.09.02 18:17, Desi Soccer Mom said:

              Nice click of the muffins and I love your dotted liners. Nice touch with the blueberry on top. We did not like them dry either. I think they are supposed to be eaten warm. I popped them in the microwave for a few seconds later. 🙂

              • At 2009.09.02 19:35, Dips said:

                I love blueberries !! Yours look sooo good…great job !

                • At 2009.09.02 20:23, applec said:

                  Thanks for all your comments! Blueberries are my favorite but some of everyone elses fillings were suberb: stewed apples, caramel, homemade jams, custards….Oh my gosh! Too good.

                  • At 2009.09.02 22:53, Edith said:

                    Mmmm… blueberry jam sounds good on this delicious muffin. I loveyour cupcake liners. Such sweet colour and design.

                    • At 2009.09.02 23:54, rekha said:

                      I think blueberry jam makes your muffins more delicious. They looks so tempting.

                      • At 2009.09.03 08:57, Kelly-Jane said:

                        Yours look great 🙂 I like the idea of blueberry jam too.

                        • At 2009.09.11 05:37, Selvi said:

                          Hi..
                          Your muffins looks really cute and delicious… love the you present it…really tempting

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