Sunday, July 1, 2012

Big Fluffy Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins



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20 comments:

  1. how many does this make? (looks perfect!)

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  2. bakery shop perfection :) beautiful muffins indeed!

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  3. Your recipe looks so yummy .. what did you use instead of cupcake papers..is it a little square parchment paper?.. Looks very rustic and homemade, I really like it.

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    1. Yep, its parchment paper. I never have muffin cup holders so I just cut my parchment paper into squares. You should give it a try!

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  4. What is it about lemon and poppy seeds? They just go perfectly together!

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  5. i am baking these for an office meeting tomorrow. will let you know how they turn out

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    1. Feel free to taste the batter as you go and increase or decrease the amount of lemon to match your taste. I always end up playing with my recipes a little, have fun!

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  6. Would it work to add a cup of fresh blueberries to the recipe?

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    1. I haven't tried it, but it should. If you take out the lemon and poppy seeds you should have a pretty solid muffin base. Although, when altering composition, I would play around with the baking time.

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  7. Thanks Alana, I'll give it a whirl and let you know how it goes. I'm planning on leaving the lemon and poppy seed in with the blueberries- yum!

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  8. These sound amazing and perfect for my weekend plans! Thank you for sharing! I do have one question though, how much is a stick of butter?

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    1. Oh right, I should fix that. A stick of butter is a 1/2 cup. I hope they work out for you.

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    2. Fantastic, thank you! :)

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  9. Are they moist? I've been looking for a recipe that doesn't make dry, super dense muffins. Thanks :) They look beautiful.

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    1. When I made them they did not seem dry at all, but at the same time they were not super moist. Also they were all eaten rather quickly, so I am not sure how they age. However, the addition of yogurt did seem to give them more moisture. If you are worried, you may want to try adding a little sour cream or buttermilk (I haven't gotten around to try this myself, but I do want to).

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  10. Recipe has not got wet and dry quantities correct.

    Rachel J

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    1. I am sorry you feel this way. As I mentioned in this post, the recipe is from the America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook, which I have always found very reputable.

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  11. Have you ever doubled the recipe??

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    1. I have not, but the ingredients seem easy to double.

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