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These are absolutely GORGEOUS muffins! Very easy and quick to make and they turned out very moist. I made the whole batch and got 30 muffins in all since DH wanted to treat 1 of his classes! I used almond essence since DH DETESTS rose water! And the only other change I had to make was add in some golden sultanas since I hadn't realised I didn't have enough black currants :oops:! I didn't bother with the glaze since neither DH nor DD care much for them (unless it's made out of chocolate).. so I just dusted icing sugar on top. Thank you, FT, for sharing yet another wonderful recipe of yours!

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Aaliyah's&Aaron'sMum March 04, 2008

Made these for a tea party. I try to eliminate as much sugar from my diet as possible so I changed the sugar quantities to 500g of dextrose. I also used dextrose to sprinkle on top. They came out beautifully and everyone loved them. Will definitely keep this recipe for sure!!! Thank you.

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Happyliltumtum June 25, 2013

These were delicious; we all enjoyed them very much. My DD took one bit and went mmm - mmm, which is really something because she likes nothing and rarely comments on food. I only made one change that was because after I started making this I found I had no raises. I cut up some dried apricots and used that instead. I made the full recipe and got 2 full trays of mini muffins 48 and they were gone the next day. I didn't ice them. Thank you for a great recipe I will make these again I already have a request.

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Marlitt March 02, 2008
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