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This was good. It made 6 extra large muffins. Next time I'll mix the jam throughout as others have suggested.
This turned out great. I added the jam to the mixture. I also added water to the mixture to make it wetter as I thought it was way too dry. Will make again. Thanks for posting.
I enjoyed making this...and will make again. I thought the batter needed a little more sugar, the bottom half of the muffin was not as sweet without the strawberry. I did make a few changes - 1. I added a little vanilla, 2. I added a little cream cheese mixture to the jam (4 oz. softened cream cheese with 1/2 cup sugar). Again I liked these, I just wish the cream cheese and jam mixture was more mixed into the entire muffin. I'm going to try and swirl it more next time, and maybe try with other jams too! Thanks for the post!
Have fixed this twice, using different fillings, one of which I used an orange-pineapple-cherry marmalade my daughter sent me from Georgia. Fantastic. Next batch will be with Georga Peach Butter! I see a theme here. LOL. These are super easy, wonderful little bites of goodness. I get 12 medium sized muffins, just a perfect ratio of muffin to sweet sticky surprise. These will be a frequent flyer at our house. .
I made these tasty little treats using applesauce, cherry, black currant and red currant jam and they all turned out very nice! They have a great flavour and texture-fluffy yet moist. I added 1 ts cinnamon to the batter since I love this spice and sprinkled the muffins with some sugar before baking. So yummy! Thank you so much for sharing this, susie cooks! This recipe made 14 small muffins for me. Made for Potluck Tag January 2009.
I doubled up on this recipe and I got 14 ginourmous muffins! Taking a cue from Gerry 999, I used a combo of raspberry preserves, blueberry preserves and plain old strawberry jam. They are delicious.
Great muffins susie. Made a double batch using strawberry jam, Last Mountain Saskatoon jam, and some with raspberry jam - giving me three kinds of muffins from one batter! Quick, easy to make, and freezer friendly - and best of all they taste good!
Great recipe. I took Susie at her word and used Apple butter instead of strawberry because DD loves apple butter. Great muffins and very quick and simple to throw together. Will be making these often using different jams and jellies as fillings.