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- Ready In:
- Beat egg.
- Add in oil and milk and continue to beat until mixed. Set aside.
- Sift flour, nutmeg, salt, baking powder and sugar into the egg mixture.
- Mix and fill muffin cups.
- Combine sugar and cinnamon.
- Sprinkle generously on top of each muffin.
- Add a dollop of butter atop each muffin.
- Bake at 400°F for 20 minutes.
- NOTE: I add a couple of sprinkles of cinnamon to the batter.
- I also sprinkle a little of the cinnamon/sugar mixture on the bottom muffin cups before adding mix.
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These are so quick and easy to make. My nutmeg and I seem to have parted company but I used apple pie spice instead. There's nutmeg in it, so... Used my crown muffin pan and got 6 wonderful muffins. The taste kept tickling at my mind -- they remind me of the cruller type twist donuts at Dunkin Donuts. Very nice!
Was disappointed in the taste. We didn't think that they tasted like doughnuts at all. Wish I had added the cinnamon/sugar to the batter as MizzNezz had done. I sprinkled some cinn./sugar on the bottom of the muffin cups, put in the dough, then instead of the cinn/sugar sprinkled on top like the directions stated, I made the strusel topping that I usually put on apple pie (which is made with flour, sugar, and butter). We liked the topping and picked it off and ate it, but no one ate the muffins after the first bite. Maybe my nutmeg is old and has lost it's flavor??
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