Mom’s Recipe Box: Melt-in-Your-Mouth Muffins Easy To Make With Kids
Posted on December 1, 2015
Among the books my sister Candy ordered through the Scholastic Book Club she coordinated for her Grade 2 class, is one called “Stuck-on- Cooking” by Richard D. Williams and Linda Williams Aber. It contains recipes easy to prepare with children, including this one, “Melt-in-Your-Mouth Muffins”.
Not long ago she decided to give the recipe a try. The muffins were quite tasty and just as the recipe says it shows the baker how to turn a plain muffin into “a special type of muffin” by creating a top crevace then adding in your choice of blueberries, apple slices, crushed pineapple, grated orange or lemon rind, chopped dates & chopped walnuts, cranberries or jelly.
Candy selected two flavors of jelly. One being Smucker’s Fruit & Honey Triple Berry and the other apple jelly. Very simple and fun. A recipe to consider baking with kids over the coming Christmas vacation. – JB