this was my first time using red currents, i decided to add some left over raspberries and almonds with them. i used dariole moulds to bake them rather than a muffin tin as i wanted them to be tall, the shape almost reminds me of mini pannetones, but it is basically a normal muffin recipe.
i got my partner to help me make them, he was in charge of the whisk while i handed him the ingredients.
200g self raising flour
1 handfull of red currents, a handfull of raspberries, cropped up
2 tbsp milk
in a bowl cream together the butter and sugar until pale, then add the eggs and whisk.
sift in the flour and combine, add the vanilla extract, redcurrents, raspberries and almonds and mix together, add the milk to loosen the batter.
preheat the oven to 180c
if using moulds then grease them and fill them 3/4 to the top, but you can use paper cases if you prefer.
bake for 20 minutes until risen and golden.
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