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Cream Corn Muffins



Made these Cream Corn muffins as I was eager to try out  the Aussie Demerara sugar as a topping.
The full-bodied toffee and subtle butterscotch aroma of this sugar really helps to create a more flavourful and aromatic muffin.  Add this sugar into your cofee .....Quote 'makes the pleasure of sharing intimate coffee moments even better' Unquote from CSR Demerara sugar.










These muffins are soft, moist, ideal for breakfast or serve them for tea.  Must remember to sprinkle more of this sugar next time. Yummy!

Ingredients
  • 150 gm cream corn (canned, any brand of your choice)
  • 150 ml milk/soymilk  (I used soymilk)
  • 150 ml canola oil
  • 80 gm caster sugar
  • 2  tsp honey
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1  tsp vanilla
  • 250 gm plain flour
  • 1.1/2 flat tsp baking powder
  • 1  flat tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 1/4 flat tsp salt
  • Some Demerara sugar to sprinkle
Method
  1. Sift the flour with the baking powder, bicarbonate of soda and salt, mix well.
  2. Stir in the caster sugar and mix well, set aside.
  3. In another mixing bowl, add  in the oil, honey, soymilk, vanilla and cream corn.  Whisk in the lightly beaten egg and stir well.
  4. Pour this liquid mixture onto the dry flour mixture and mix till just combined.  Do not overmix.
  5. Spoon onto paper cups and bake in preheated oven @ 180 deg C for about 25 mins.  Insert a skewer into the centre of the muffin and see if it comes out clean.
  6. Sprinkle a generous amount of Demerara sugar onto the muffins immediately upon removing them from the oven.
  7. Serve warm.

Comments

  1. Oh Cheah, I definitely want to bookmark this because the kids really love corn.

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  2. Love the corn muffins! Yours look perfectly baked with that beautiful crown top.

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  3. where can i find Demerara sugar ? this sugar is new to me.

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  4. Love that you used soymilk instead. Never done that before.

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  5. Anncoo.
    Do try it then. A wee bit like Kenny Rogers corn muffins, but lots cheaper!

    Thanks, Angie.

    Sonia
    This is from Melb. My girl passed it through her friend who just came back for hols. Perhaps you can try to find it in Cold Storage, Ipoh's Cold Storage closed down quite some time ago. Not available in JJ and Tesco. It's readily available in S'pore supermarkets, from Mauritius but I prefer this, more coarse.

    penny
    I've been using soymilk instead of milk in most of my recipes. Taste can be a bit different. Why not experiment with it and see for yourself?

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  6. missing corn muffin! happy weekend!

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  7. Ya, talking about sweet corn muffins... love the Kenny Roger's one but very pricy LOL! Yes, this is one good recipe to try for sure. Thanks alot! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  8. Wow! I like how your muffins puff up so high! Looks delicious!

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  9. lani, thanks for dropping by! Enjoy your weekend!

    Kristy
    Yup, Kenny Rogers corn muffins are expensive and have shrunken in size too! You enjoy your weekend too!

    Thanks, Jeannie

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  10. I truly enjoy reading this muffin recipe of your, so fluffy and defintie smell grate as you have corn in it! hehehe my imagination runs wild!

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  11. Big Boys Oven
    Thanks for dropping by!

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  12. Your corn muffins looks great.. never thought of adding honey and sprinkle the sugar to it.. i have the similar post too...minus the honey and sprinkled sugar of course..http://lovetocooklovetoeat.blogspot.com/2010/08/cream-corn-cake.html

    About the honey.. is it the drinking honey?

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  13. Chocolate
    Welcome to my blog! Yes, it's drinking honey. Will drop by your blog soon!

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