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Dairy-Free Muffins
Dairy-Free Muffins are a collaboration with a friend in Australia. Francie and I have known each other for over 25 years and both of us love to bake. ( She is a much better baker than me!) We are both faced with the dilemma that our other halves need to avoid dairy products. It is quite an issue when baking for the family.
Thanks to Whatsapp and Messenger we have been able to collaborate on recipes. Each trying to find the perfect solution to coping with dietary issues that many families are faced with.

Dairy Free Muffins

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By Marc Spendlove-Kruger Serves: 12
Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cooking Time: 25 Minutes

This is a basic dairy-free muffin recipe - you can add all sort of soft fruit and its great with bananas. Works well with non-diary chocolate chips too.

Ingredients

  • 3 cups of selfraising flour
  • pinch salt
  • 200gm of brown sugar
  • 4eggs
  • 200ml Sunflower oil
  • 200ml coconut cream

Instructions

1

In a bowl sieve Flour, Sugar and Salt

2

Wash your soft fruit if using, and when still damp toss in the flour mixture. This will stop them from dropping to the bottom of your muffin. If used bananas, mash and add to your wet mixture

3

In another bowl or jug whisk together the wet ingredients.

4

Add the wet mixture to the dry mixture and with a spoon and combine - Be careful not to over-mix or your muffins will be tough. A few figure eights with a metal spoon should do it.

5

Spoon into a greased muffin tin - should make approximately 12 medium Muffins

6

Bake for 20 to 25 min in the oven at 350f or 180c

Dairy-Free Muffins Alternatives

This is a basic dairy-free muffin recipe – you can add all sort of soft fruit and its great with bananas. Works well with non-diary chocolate chips too. Check out our Blueberry Muffin recipe or our Three Cheese Savoury Muffins.

I love a good Muffin for afternoon tea. My preference is an Earl Grey from Tea Pigs. The tea bags are biodegradable too which appeals to my environmentally friendly leanings. Available from Amazon.

If you like your earl grey to come with some real oomph and wallop? Well, this is the one for you. Tea Pigs have  blended some powerful Assam and Rwandan with the more delicate Ceylon and Darjeeling to give the perfect strong tea base to compliment the zesty bergamot. Maybe more of a Duke than a lowly Earl?

 

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