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Overnight Muffins

Notes

Be generous when spooning in mixture as it doesn’t rise much.

Muffins will keep for a few days in air tight container.

They freeze well.

They are yummy eaten hot, straight from the oven.

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Sparkling Whites, Dessert Wines and Rose are the best wines to pair with Overnight Muffins.

 
 

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Posted by Katina • 3y ago • Report
I just put my mixture in the fridge. I used 1 and half cups of almond meal & half cup of Gluten free flour for a more healthier version. I will bake them in the morning. Can't wait to try them!
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Has anyone used spelt instead of plain flour?
Posted by Nancie2 • 3y ago • Report
the muffins is really moist n tasty, my kids like it so much...have to made it again cos finish up so fast...thanks Anna
Posted by Nancie2 • 3y ago • Report
the muffins is so moist and delicious, my kids like it so much...thanks Anna, is nice
Posted by JK21 • 4y ago • Report
Sounds delicious, will try it this weekend.
Posted by danistevens • 4y ago • Report
All I can say is that I licked the spoon and bowl so I can't wait to pop these babies in the oven in the morning!!! I'll write another post with the after bake taste but if it's anything like the before bake taste, I'm in heaven. What a beautiful combination of ingredients!!! You're the best Anna!!! XxD
Posted by AmandaO • 4y ago • Report
I've just made these and I'm munching on my second one straight from the oven... yum! I only made one adjustment - I used one cup of plain flour, and one of wholemeal plain flour. Ended up with 18 muffins, which were done in 35 mins. Crunchy tops, great texture, and moist on the inside... thanks Anna!