Friday, July 17, 2009

High Crown Muffins


King Arthur Flour has a recipe for basic muffins that I'm experimenting with (I really like my recipe for banana and pumpkin muffins, but was looking for a basic recipe where I could use things like berries, apples, peaches, etc.). The above picture is a batch I made with chopped apples and cinnamon.

There's a tip in the KAF recipe for getting high crowns (vs. flat tops) on your muffins like you see in bakeries. You start with your oven at 500°F and then drop the temperature to 400°F as soon as you put the muffin batter in the oven. It works!

3 comments:

laurapoet said...

Totally cool! I've always wanted to make muffins. Anyway, I just wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it up!

jaimie said...

Wonderful tip! I have always wondered how the crown tops were made, and now I know, thank you much!

jess @ lost button studio said...

Thanks, laurapoet and jaimie!

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