Friday, May 29, 2009

Sweet Potato Muffins

Saw Yam Tea Cake recipe from Alex Goh's 'Creative making of Cakes', but since I don have yam and coconut milk, I substituted with sweet potato, yogurt and milk.

Ingredients

(A)
250g     butter
180g     sugar
Pinch of salt

(B)
4           eggs

(C)
180g     sweet potato, steamed (I used those purple potatoes)
25g       sugar
80ml    yogurt
80ml    milk

(D)
290g     flour
1 tbsp    milk powder
1/2 tsp  baking powder
  1. Cream (A) til light and fluffy
  2. Add (B) and cream til light and smooth
  3. Mix (C) til well blended while the cooked sweet potato is still hot.  Leave to cool.  Add it into the above mixture and mix til combined
  4. Lastly, fold in the sieved (D) and mix til well incorporated
  5. Pour mixture into muffin cups
  6. Bake at 180 C for 20 minutes
After I mashed the sweet potato, I found that it contained some tiny roots, afraid that it may ruin the texture, I rub it thru a sieve to get rid of the roots and made the sweet potato smoother, cost me about 15 minutes for this tedious process.


I had the 1st batch with chocolate chips which is little girls favorites

2nd batch with toffee bits

Satisfied with the texture and taste, fluffy and yummy!

8 comments:

FAMILY FIRST said...

May i ask why you use double cuppy casings when you bake muffins? Thanks.

kel said...

Hi, Family First, well, I used double casing for those little muffin cups only, cos they r very thin. If I used only one, they'd go out of shapes and look terribly ugly.

Duckz said...

Hi gal. Thanks for the cutey muffins! They are delicious! We finished them in just seconds! :D

kel said...

Hi, Duckz! Thanks 4 the comment, will definitely give u a bigger batch next time, :)

Susan Yuen said...

The muffins look fantastic!

kel said...

Thanks, Susan! Try it, really yummy, even little girl who don fancy sweet potato, ate 4 mini muffin in 1 go!

3lilangels said...

I like how you put the choc chips and tofee bits on the muffin. Maybe I can trick my kids into eating sweet potato muffins too.

kel said...

Hi 3lilangels, little girl was a bit skeptical when I told her it was sweet potato muffins, but after trying the 1st one, she finished 4!