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mrsmac 08-03-2005 04:22 AM

Raspberry & White Chocolate Muffins
This is a favourite with my family and at work, one of the mothers from school gave me the recipe years ago, she used to make them for a local coffee shop.

2 cups SR flour
1cup plain flour
1/2 tsp bi carb soda
3/4cup castor sugar
90g melted butter
1 1/3 cup milk
1 egg
1/3 cup white choc buds
150g frozen raspberries (must be frozen NOT defrosted)
Place lightly beaten egg, milk and butter in a bowl. Add other ingredients and mix until just combined with a metal spoon. Place spoonfuls in greased muffin tin and bake at 180 C for 20 minutes.

letscook 08-03-2005 05:31 AM

I hear canister sugar alot. Is that regular granulated sugar or and icing sugar (confectionary sugar)?
Also is the flour a regular alpurpose or a cake flour.
these are my 2 favorite things rasberys and white chocolate Yummy

mrsmac 08-03-2005 05:59 AM

Castor sugar is just a finer ground white sugar, my mum used to make her own by just milling white sugar for a few second with her bamix mill.
Plain flour is your all purpose flour.

letscook 08-03-2005 06:05 AM

sorry I meant what is the SR flour

PA Baker 08-03-2005 08:43 AM

SR flour is self-rising flour.

Mrs. Mac, white chocolate and raspberries are two of my husband's favorites. He'll love these!!!

letscook 08-03-2005 08:55 AM

I should of know that. Must be I need more coffee today thanks can't wait to make these.

Piccolina 08-04-2005 12:35 AM

These sound awesome, I have perpetual weakness for both of the star ingredients! :mrgreen:

jtluvsjl 08-15-2005 10:52 AM

is castor sugar the same thing as superfine sugar? thats easily available in the US. And bicarbonate soda...is that baking soda?

licia 08-15-2005 11:18 AM

How does the measurement "grams" relate to cups, ounces, etc?

Alix 08-15-2005 11:20 AM

90 g is aprox 1/3cup.

I'll see if I can find a conversion chart for you.

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