Made a good looking muffin. I put a small dollop of Zentis strawberry-rhubarb-vanilla preserves in the middle before baking. Results in a soft muffin with tender crumb, ideal with coffee and the like. I used it to finish off the cornflakes-- although it's a delicious recipe, I don't see myself making it again, unless I'm stuck with another huge box of plain corn flakes.
This is much better than the sum of its parts. I used skim milk with no issues. I made these in the morning and we ate them, cold, with dinner. We devoured them. Sweet but not too much, with good texture. One I'll probably look to the next time I have extra cornflakes to use up!
we used honey clusters total instead of corn flakes, skim milk, vermont maple syrup instead of sugar, and added cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. they came out awesome! next time we're going to add banana's and walnuts. great recipe! thanks fauve
When I saw this recipe I was like "HUH". Cornflake muffins? Am I ever glad I tried them! They were just the right consistency and sweetness. I'm going to try them again tomorrow with Special K flakes and see what I think! Fauve, thanks for a great new addition to my cookbooks.
i mixed the cornflakes and milk too long that the cornflakes absorbed all the liquid... it was so hard to mix wet and dry ingredients since there's not much liquid (all of which was absorbed by the cereal) so i added 1/4 c water just to mix in the flour. bake around 350 about 30-35,min. Not sweet
I had made theese muffins today for breakfast, i am sorry to say i was disapointed. Instead of cornflakes i used frosties but followed the rest of the recipe as is although i wanted to reduce the amount of sugar cuz frosties are sweet I didnt. They baked beautifuly with a good texture but it lacked totaly in taste. It wasnt sweet at all, was glad i didnt reduce the sugar and it needed some thing extra maybe vanilla....
Another easy and tasty muffin recipe on Zaar. No need to buy muffins when we can get recipes like this. Thanks Fauve