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White chocolate strawberry muffin


I've never baked with white chocolate before and when I saw some leftover white chocolate in the fridge, thought it best to mix in with my muffins.  I was curious as to how they would turn out, especially the colour.










These are easy to make and taste just yummy with tangy berries and bits of white chocolate.

Recipe for White chocolate strawberry muffin

Ingredients
  • 300 gm self-raising flour  
  • 150 gm caster sugar
  • 100 gm white chocolate, coarsely chopped
  • 200 gm strawberries, chopped
  • 1 egg
  • 250 ml milk
  • 1/2  cup canola oil
  • 2  tsp lemon juice
  • pinch of salt
Method
  1. Whisk lemon juice, milk, oil and egg in a bowl till well combined.
  2. Sift flour with salt, mix in sugar and white chocolate.  Stir to combine.
  3. Add in the chopped strawberries.
  4. Slowly stir the wet ingredients into the flour mixture.  Stop stirring once the ingredients are combined.  Do not overmix.  Batter should be wet and lumpy.
  5. Scoop batter into patty tins lined with paper cups, level the surface.
  6. Bake in a preheated oven @ 180 deg C for 20 to 25 mins.  Test with a skewer till it comes out clean.
  7. Remove from oven and let cool on a wire rack.
  8. Serve warm
  9. Makes 12
Note:  If using 300 gm plain flour, add in 4 tsp baking powder, sift together.
           These muffins are at their best on the day they're baked.


Comments

  1. i think the combination sounds lovely! is this your secret muffin recipe? ;p

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  2. Yum! Love white chocolate and berries in muffins. Never tried strawberries though, always use raspberries :-)

    Wholesome Cook recently posted: {Day 17} Pumpkin and orange ice cream for Halloween

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  3. Adore the combination of white and red in those muffins. Beautiful and inviting!

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  4. Hmmm..mm...beautiful muffins! I love it warm with loads of butter. that would be so great.
    Have a great week ahead.
    Kristy

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  5. This is so pretty especially the last picture. Feel like have a bite now :D

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  6. Janine
    It's no longer a secret once I've posted it up!

    Martyna
    I'd love to try with raspberries, but they're super expensive in this part of the globe!

    Angie
    Thank you!

    yummylittlecooks
    It's my first attempt and everyone loves it!

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  7. Looks yummy! those berries oozing out makes it mouthwatering...makes me hungry just looking at it;)

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  8. I love white chocs and I love strawberries so I know I would love this muffin too! Look so delicious!

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  9. cheah, they look so moist and i love the colours? do you find them sweet? i once baked white choc cookies, maybe it's the sugar plus the white choc, they turned too sweet for me.

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  10. Kristy
    Loads of butter .... need to jaga my waistline!

    Ann
    Help yourself!

    Elin
    Tea time now?

    Jeannie
    If you like both, then this is for you!

    Lena
    No, they're just nice, because the strawberries were on the sourish side. The white chocs did blend well with the strawberries. Moreover, there's the addition of lemon juice.

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  11. These look so pretty and love the combination of flavours!

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  12. i never made a cake with white chocolate too, must try this one day.

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  13. looks really yummy - nice combination :)

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  14. I bake with a lot of white chocolate. Haven't tried it with berries. Great idea!

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  15. These muffins look extremely delicious. I'm always a big fan of white chocolate and love having them in my muffins.

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  16. Smoky Wok
    Thank you!

    Sonia
    If you're a choco fan, you'll love this!

    Alice
    Thank you and so nice of you to drop by! Will hop over to your blog soon.

    Barbara Bakes
    Thank you!

    Zoe
    Oh, since you're a white choco fan, you'll agree with me that this is yummy good!

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