I baked my first set of muffins a few months ago. I bought a pack of Betty Crocker Blueberry Muffin Mix from the grocery store and followed the instructions written at the back. I only had to add water and I was so happy that they came out fine, not undercooked nor burnt. But I still have a long way to go. I’ve collected a few simple recipes and I’m excited to continue my baking once the apartment renovation’s over.
You can find muffin tins or muffin trays in the kitchen and cooking sections of all department stores. Choose a nonstick variety. Don’t worry, they don’t cost much and they have a lot of uses in the kitchen. I’ll be blogging about that topic soon.
I greased the muffin tray and poured the blueberry muffin mix into each tin. I only filled half of each.
I had to poke the muffins with a toothpick to check if they’re done. See, it seemed that they have sunk down. LOL. I’ll be filling up 3/4 of each tin so the tops would puff out.
The final product, my blueberry muffins! They tasted good even though they’re somewhat artificial. The insides were a bit softer than I expected but my family, especially my son, liked them anyway. 🙂