Saturday, February 24, 2018

Ground Lamb Lancashire Hotpot

This untraditional recipe uses ground lamb cooked with carrots, onions and thinly sliced potatoes, for an inexpensive, quicker-to-the-table version of the classic Lancashire hotpot.

Food Lust People Love: This untraditional recipe uses ground lamb cooked with carrots, onions and thinly sliced potatoes, for an inexpensive, quicker-to-the-table version of the classic Lancashire hotpot.


Lancashire hotpot is a hearty dish from the northwest of England, made from some of the less expensive cuts of lamb cooked long and slow until they are tender. This is a great family meal on a chilly night when the heat of the oven is a comfort and we all need something warm in our bellies.

Browning the ground lamb until it turns crispy deepens the flavor of the gravy that is created with the added stock as the hotpot bakes.

Food Lust People Love: This untraditional recipe uses ground lamb cooked with carrots, onions and thinly sliced potatoes, for an inexpensive, quicker-to-the-table version of the classic Lancashire hotpot.


Ground Lamb Lancashire Hotpot


My untraditional version uses an even cheaper cut, ground or minced lamb, which since it’s already tender, also shortens the cooking time. If you can't find ground lamb or you simply aren't a fan, substitute beef or pork.

Ingredients
1 lb 6 oz or 625g ground lamb
2 tablespoons plain flour
3 cups or 710ml beef or lamb stock
2 medium carrots, roughly chopped
1 large onion, roughly chopped
1 bay leaf or 2 small ones
5 medium potatoes, peeled and sliced thinly
salt and freshly ground black pepper
3 tablespoons olive oil (for frying ground lamb and greasing Dutch oven for baking)

Method
Brown the ground lamb very well, until it’s a little crispy on the edges, adding a little of the olive oil if the lamb is dry. Some ground meat contains more fat than others, depending on which cuts the butcher has included in the mix.



Once the meat is well browned, sprinkle in the flour. Cook a few minutes more, stirring well. Turn the heat off and stir in the stock.

Add in carrots, onion and bay leaf.



Preheat your oven to 350°F or 180°C.

Grease your Dutch oven with some of the olive oil. Line the base with potato slices then season them with salt and pepper.



Spoon the ground lamb mixture on top of the potatoes. Top with the rest of the potato slices.

Drizzle the potatoes with melted butter and season with salt and pepper.



Cover the Dutch oven with a tight-fitting lid and cook the ground lamb Lancashire hotpot in your preheated oven for 30 minutes or until the potatoes are tender. 

Remove the lid and cook another 20-30 minutes so the top can brown. If it is not browned to your satisfaction, you can put it under the broiler (Br. Eng: grill) for 5 or 10 minutes to brown further but do keep a close eye on it so it doesn’t burn.

Food Lust People Love: This untraditional recipe uses ground lamb cooked with carrots, onions and thinly sliced potatoes, for an inexpensive, quicker-to-the-table version of the classic Lancashire hotpot.

Enjoy!

We eat a lot of lamb at our house. If you are also a fan of lamb, you might want to check out these other recipes, all family favorites.



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Food Lust People Love: This untraditional recipe uses ground lamb cooked with carrots, onions and thinly sliced potatoes, for an inexpensive, quicker-to-the-table version of the classic Lancashire hotpot.
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Muffin Top Cookies #CreativeCookieExchange

Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.

Food Lust People Love: Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.


I learn something new every day. When the theme of this month’s Creative Cookie Exchange was announced as Breakfast Cookies, I dutifully wrote it down in my calendar and didn’t give it another thought till last weekend. Friends were visiting from overseas and as I checked my to-do list, we discussed the upcoming challenge.

What the hell are breakfast cookies? I asked. How have I never heard of breakfast cookies? Are they a thing? I was assured that they most certainly are and that they can be purchased in supermarkets, even in Aberdeen. There, normal cookies are called biscuits and yet, they still bake and sell breakfast cookies!

I declined to look them up but decided to create my own version, a cookie that would be reasonably healthy, delicious and portable for breakfast, something akin to a muffin top. These guys are a little chewier than a muffin top, but they are still plenty cakey, as a muffin top should be.

Food Lust People Love: Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.


Peanut Butter Oatmeal Muffin Top Cookies


Five-minute oats are the middle sibling between rolled oats and quick cooking oats. If you are measuring by weight, probably either of these can be substituted, with the rolled oats probably needing a little longer time to soften in the milk.

Ingredients
1/2 cup or 120ml milk
3/4 cup or 65g 5-minute oats
1/2 cup or 125g extra crunchy peanut butter (I prefer Jif but use your favorite.)
3/4 cup or 150g unrefined brown sugar
1 large egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups or 190g flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt

Method
Preheat oven to 375°F or 190°C and prepare your two baking sheets by lining them with baking parchment or silicone mats.

In a small mixing bowl, combine the milk and oats. Set aside.



In a large mixing bowl, use a wooden spoon to beat the peanut butter together with the brown sugar, egg and vanilla until you have a nice homogeneous mixture.



Add in the oats and milk. Stir to combine.



Sift the flour, baking powder and salt into the peanut butter bowl and fold until just combined.



Spoon about 2 level tablespoons of dough, at 2 in or 4cm apart, onto your prepared cookie sheets. I like to use a two-tablespoon scoop, which makes the process so much easier.



Use the bottom of a glass dipped in water or a damp hand to press the cookies down.

Bake for 8-10 minutes in your preheated over or until the edges are lightly golden brown.

Food Lust People Love: Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.




Cool for a couple of minutes and then use a spatula to transfer the cookies to a wire rack to finish cooling. These turn out cakey and very much like a breakfast muffin top!

Food Lust People Love: Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.

Enjoy!

Check out all the other breakfast cookies we are sharing today! Many thanks to Felice of All That's Left Are The Crumbs for her behind the scenes work this month.



Creative Cookie Exchange is hosted by Laura of The Spiced Life. We get together once a month to bake cookies with a common theme or ingredient so Creative Cookie Exchange is a great resource for cookie recipes. Be sure to check out our Pinterest Board. We post the first Tuesday after the 15th of each month!

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Food Lust People Love: Full of protein and fiber, baked with unrefined brown sugar, peanut butter oatmeal muffin top cookies make a great on-the-go breakfast or mid-morning snack.
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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Clementine Almond Bundt #BundtBakers

Naturally gluten-free, this clementine almond Bundt is melt-in-your-mouth tender with a wonderful crumb that tastes buttery and rich, with the sweet and sharp flavors of tangy marmalade.

Food Lust People Love: Naturally gluten-free, this clementine almond Bundt is melt-in-your-mouth tender with a wonderful crumb that tastes buttery and rich, with the sweet and sharp flavors of tangy marmalade.


The first time I made this cake was probably 14 years ago, seduced by Nigella Lawson’s description, not of the cake itself, but how fabulous the house smells in the two hours it takes to cook the clementines, and then later, as the cake bakes. And, oh, my goodness, is she right! But even if she were not, the cake is delicious too.

I don’t think I’d ever heard of gluten-free baking so that aspect of the recipe didn’t even occur to me. I have no doubt, in fact, that I probably buttered and floured the pan with my normal all-purpose flour, essentially negating the gluten-free-ness. Not that it mattered back then. Now I know a few people who are unable to eat gluten or wheat, or just feel better when they don’t.

This month my Bundt Bakers are all sharing gluten-free recipes so this recipe is perfect, naturally gluten free.

Clementine Almond Bundt


Nigella Lawson calls this the easiest cake she knows and I have to agree. Aside from the hands-off two hours the clementines need to cook and the quick removal of the seeds, the pureeing and mixing is done in your food processor. Baking the clementine almond batter in a Bundt pan shortens the baking time.

Ingredients
3-4 clementines (about 13 1/4 oz or 375g total weight)
6 eggs
1 cup or 200g sugar
2 1/3 cups or 250g ground almonds
1 heaping teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt

Method
Cover the clementines with cool water in a small pot and bring them to the boil. Lower the fire until the water is at a very low rolling boil and cook for two hours. Check the water level occasionally and add more as needed during the cooking.

Drain the pot and set the clementines aside to cool. Once they are cool enough to handle, cut them open and remove any seeds. Puree them in a food processor, peels and all, until smooth.



Preheat your oven to 350°F or 180°C and prepare your 10-cup Bundt pan by buttering and flouring it with a gluten free flour mix. Set aside.



Add in the eggs, almond flour, sugar, baking powder and salt to the food process and blitz for a minute or so until completely combined.

Pour the batter into your prepared Bundt pan. Bake for 45-50 minutes in the preheated oven or until a wooden skewer comes out clean.



Check the color of the cake as it bakes and cover it with foil if it starts browning before it is cooked through.

Food Lust People Love: Naturally gluten-free, this clementine almond Bundt is melt-in-your-mouth tender with a wonderful crumb that tastes buttery and rich, with the sweet and sharp flavors of tangy marmalade.


Remove the Bundt cake from the oven and leave to cool in the pan for about 10 minutes then turn it out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

Food Lust People Love: Naturally gluten-free, this clementine almond Bundt is melt-in-your-mouth tender with a wonderful crumb that tastes buttery and rich, with the sweet and sharp flavors of tangy marmalade.

Enjoy!

Check out all of the gluten free cakes we've baked for you today!


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Food Lust People Love: Naturally gluten-free, this clementine almond Bundt is melt-in-your-mouth tender with a wonderful crumb that tastes buttery and rich, with the sweet and sharp flavors of tangy marmalade.
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Moo Shu Pancakes #BreadBakers

Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.

Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.


This month my Bread Bakers are celebrating pancakes of all sorts at the instigation of our host, Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm. Today is Mardi Gras – or Fat Tuesday – also known in many places around the world as Pancake Day.

In the United Kingdom, this refers to what we Americans know as crepes, a thin pancake made with batter. And, of course, most of my readers will be familiar with fluffy American pancakes, served with butter and maple syrup. But Wendy encouraged us to scour the world for pancake recipes so I chose to make moo shu pancakes, a favorite in Chinese cuisine.

When we lived in Kuala Lumpur many years ago, I used to make these to wrap store-bought roasted duck or char sui pork. They are so much better than the pancakes you can buy in the store. But if you follow me on Instagram, you might have noticed a couple of hanging ducks in my feed in the last few months. We finally made Peking ducks ourselves, first as a trial run and then as the main course of our Christmas dinner. I even made my own plum sauce.

Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.


I’ll put a few photos in the instructions to help you with the method of making moo shu pancakes, but I highly encourage you to check out Ken Hom’s how-to video on YouTube as well. He is a master.

And if you are already a Ken Hom fan, you might want to try my version of his spicy Sichuan noodles. For even more pancakes, including my crunchy spring onion version, check out this post and make sure to scroll down to see what my Bread Bakers are sharing today.

Moo Shu Pancakes

Easy to make and even easier to eat, moo shu pancakes are great with all sorts of fillings.

Ingredients for 16-18 pancakes
2 cups or 250g  all-purpose flour, plus extra for kneading and rolling 
3/4 - 1 cup or 180-240ml very hot water     
2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil   

Method
Measure your flour into a large bowl and make a well in the middle. Pour in 3/4 cup or 180ml of the hot water and stir the flour into the water until it is completely incorporated. If it is too dry, add a little more water.



Tip the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead it for about 8 minutes, sprinkling with a little more flour as necessary. When you have a nice stretchy ball, put it back in the bowl and cover the bowl with a clean, damp cloth. Leave the dough to rest for about half an hour, or pop it in the refrigerator till you are ready to cook the pancakes.





After the resting time, roll the dough out into a long tube, about 1 inch or 2.5cm in diameter. Cut it with a sharp knife into about 16-18 equal pieces. You need an even number. Roll the pieces into balls and set aside.



Sprinkle your working surface with a little flour and put your sesame oil in a small bowl. Press one ball down to flatten it slightly. Dip another ball into the sesame oil and place it on top of the first ball.  Press down again to flatten the top ball.





Use a floured rolling pin to roll the two balls into circles about 6 in or 15cm wide. Repeat the process until you have rolled all of the twin sets of balls into circles.



Heat a dry griddle pan or non-stick skillet over a medium heat and cook the moo shu pancakes one or two at a time, depending on the size of your pan. This takes just a few minutes on each side and a few brown spots are desirable.

Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.

As each pancake is done, remove it from the pan and allow to rest briefly, until it’s cool enough to handle. Carefully peel the two pancakes apart and put them in a warm place, covered with a slightly damp cloth. This will keep them from drying out as you cook the rest.

Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.

These can be served with Peking duck, char sui pork, pan-fried duck breasts or frankly, anywhere you’d also use a flour tortilla. I even ate a couple with golden syrup. Any leftovers, should you be so lucky, can be wrapped tightly in cling film and frozen.

Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.


Many thanks to Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm for hosting this month. Make sure you check out all the other lovely pancakes my Bread Bakers are sharing today!


BreadBakers

#BreadBakers is a group of bread loving bakers who get together once a month to bake bread with a common ingredient or theme. Follow our Pinterest board right here. Links are also updated each month on this home page.

We take turns hosting each month and choosing the theme/ingredient.


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Food Lust People Love: Moo shu pancakes, aka Chinese pancakes or Peking doilies, are traditionally served rolled up with a filling of crispy Peking duck, cucumbers and spring onions. They are easy to make, with only two ingredients.

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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Greens and Pea Manicotti #SundaySupper

Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.

Food Lust People Love: Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.

When my elder daughter came home from university the first summer after her freshman year, she surprised me with the news that she had become a vegetarian. But I guess I really wasn't that surprised since I knew that her new best friends were mostly vegetarian and that sort of thing rubs off on a person.

When her little sister followed in her footsteps, not just to the same school, but into vegetarianism, no surprise at all there. Frankly, I think it's a great thing - I'm not ready to go there yet, but I fully supported their choice. Neither of them is completely vegetarian these days, but we do eat more meatless meals because I discovered during those years that there are many delightful recipes without it.

Several years ago, while I was researching recipes on the internet, I came across what sounded like a rich, satisfying vegetarian dish and I couldn't wait to give it a try. I had to make a few changes because of what I had available but it was very tasty and I've made it again since.

It would be perfect for a Meatless Monday dinner or a Lenten meal for those who fast from meat, whether all month or just on Fridays. If you are looking for more meatless casserole recipes, make sure to scroll down and check out the link list from my Sunday Supper friends.

Greens and Pea Manicotti


My greens and pea manicotti is adapted from this recipe here. I love her writing. She's funny and she has great recipes so go check her out. Here's my favorite post!

Ingredients
For the filling:
3 oz or 85g goat cheese
4 1/2 oz or 125g fresh ricotta or small curd cottage cheese
5 oz or 140g raw greens of your choice (spinach, kale, silver beets, etc.)
6 oz or 180g frozen peas, thawed
1 large clove garlic
1 whole egg
Zest of one lemon
Black pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 oz or 225g freshly grated Parmesan
1/4 cup or 60ml whipping cream
Sea salt
Black pepper

For assembly:
1 1/2 cups or 240ml tomato sauce – store bought will work if you have a favorite or make this sauce, from my eggplant parmigiana recipe. It freezes very nicely so the extra will come in handy for future meals.
10 6-inch or 12cm crêpes (recipe here)
1 oz or 55g freshly grated Parmesan

Method
Clean your greens thoroughly and remove any thick stems. Rinse them at least three times.
These are silver beet greens but I've also made this with kale.
Yes, I know the package might say pre-washed. It’s lying to you. Just like when I told my mother I had vacuumed but I really just ran the vacuum cleaner around to make the lines on the shag carpet without turning it on. (Fact: The vacuum cleaner is much easier to move when it’s not sucking.)

Steam the greens for several minutes with the lid on.

Remove and cool by immersing in some cool water. Spin them dry in a salad spinner or a dry tea towel. If they still feel too wet, give them a squeeze with your two hands.


Using a fork, break your goat cheese and ricotta up into small crumbles. Chop your clove of garlic.


Add the greens, peas and garlic to your food processor and pulse. If you hear a clank, clank, clank at this point, realize that your peas are still frozen.

Pour the whole mess into a microwaveable bowl and thaw properly this time. Jeez. Okay, try again. You are looking for a rough mixture that still has lumps and bumps.


Now add the lemon zest and Parmesan to your other cheeses.


In a bowl big enough for thorough stirring, add the cheese mixture to the greens and pea mixture. Sprinkle on your salt and pepper. Give it a good stir. Taste it and add more salt, if necessary.


Now add the egg and stir again.


Add the cream and stir again. Your filling is ready and just needs to hang out for a while in the refrigerator to allow the flavors to develop.



Time to get on with the tomato sauce and the crêpes. By the time you have those two done, the filling should be ready to use. Follow these two recipes here and here. Make double the crêpe recipe and you can easily half the tomato sauce. Or make the full batch and freeze some. Go ahead, get on with them. We’ll wait here.
Just twiddling while we wait.

Okay, so, when you are ready to fill your crêpes and bake, preheat oven to 350°F or 180°C. Spray a little Pam in your baking dish or drizzle in a little olive oil and rub it around. Cover the bottom of your pan with about a 1/2 cup or 120ml of your tomato sauce.



Put about a 1/4 cup or 60ml of filling on the top crêpe and spread it along the middle. Fold one side over and then the other side.



Lay it in the pan, ends side down. Continue filling the crêpes until all the filling is gone. Extra crêpes can be wrapped in cling film and frozen.



Top the manicotti with another cup or 240ml of tomato sauce and then a good sprinkling of freshly grated Parmesan.

Food Lust People Love: Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.

Bake for about 30-40 minutes or until the sauce and cheese are bubbling. Serve with a side green salad or vegetable of our choice.

Food Lust People Love: Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.

Enjoy!

Food Lust People Love: Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.

Meatless Meals for Lent

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Food Lust People Love: Use your favorite greens to make Greens and Pea Manicotti, a lovely savory vegetarian main course of crepes filled with peas, goat cheese, ricotta and, of course, greens, covered in a fragrant tomato sauce.
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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Browned Butter Dark Chocolate Marshmallow Muffins #FoodieExtravaganza

Browned butter is the star ingredient in this sweet muffin but the brown sugar, dark chocolate and marshmallows add just the right amount of bitter and sweet.

Food Lust People Love: Browned butter is the star ingredient in this sweet browned butter dark chocolate marshmallow muffin but the brown sugar, dark chocolate and marshmallows add just the right amount of bitter and sweet.
The first time I ever heard the words browned butter, I was in college.  My younger sister was dating a young man whose mother was born and raised in Germany. I don’t remember whether it was a special occasion or just a random meal, but afterwards my mother raved about the fresh green beans his mother had cooked with browned butter.  They were apparently to die for.

Now, my mother is given to food superlatives so I took that accolade with a little grain of sea salt and forgot all about it. Or would have if she hadn't mentioned it several more times over the decades.

Fast forward more than 30 years and browned butter is all over the place.  In savory dishes and sweet. One of my favorite bloggers, Kayle, The Cooking Actress, has recipe after recipe devoted to this wonderful ingredient. I have been dutifully bookmarking and drooling over them but had yet to take plunge. I discovered, with this muffin, that browned butter is indeed fabulous in baked goods, to die for even, and I am thinking green beans for dinner tonight, à la Mrs. Bosarge.  Why did I wait so long? Are you still waiting? Dive right in!

Fair warning:  Do NOT taste the batter.  It's possible that you will not bother to bake muffins and your family will find you sitting in the kitchen, possessively hugging the mixing bowl and clutching a spoon, preheated oven abandoned.  And then *queue dramatic music*:  You will have to share.

Ingredients
1/2 cup or 115g unsalted butter, browned then cooled – Instructions here.
1/4 cup or 60g granulated sugar
1/2 cup or 100g dark brown sugar
2 cups or 250g all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 eggs
3/4 cup or 180ml milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
6 1/3 oz or 180g dark chocolate  (or equivalent amount of good quality dark chocolate chips)
1 cup or 50g mini marshmallows

Method
Preheat your oven to 350°F or 180°C and prepare your 12-cup muffin pan by greasing lightly or lining with muffin papers.

Brown your butter, if you haven’t done so already.  Kayle has great instructions right here, so I refer you to her site.  Just follow this link:  How to brown butter.  

Chop the dark chocolate into little chunks and set aside a small handful for topping the muffins before baking.


In a large mixing bowl, whisk together your flour, salt, two sugars and baking powder.


Whisk the cooled browned butter, eggs, vanilla extract and milk in a smaller mixing bowl.  If your milk and eggs are quite cold, the butter will probably try to solidify again.  Just keep whisking and it will break into little bitty pieces and get rather fluffy.  This is not a big deal.

Browned butter is liquid gold.  Except brown.



Pour your wet ingredients into your dry ones and stir a couple of times.



Add in the dark chocolate and marshmallows and fold to combine.


Divide the batter between the muffin cups and top with the reserved chocolate bits.



Bake in your preheated oven for about 20-25 minutes or until the muffins are golden and a toothpick inserted comes out clean.


Allow the muffins to cool for a few minutes in the pan then remove them to a wire rack to cool completely.

Food Lust People Love: Browned butter is the star ingredient in this sweet browned butter dark chocolate marshmallow muffin but the brown sugar, dark chocolate and marshmallows add just the right amount of bitter and sweet.

Enjoy!

Food Lust People Love: Browned butter is the star ingredient in this sweet browned butter dark chocolate marshmallow muffin but the brown sugar, dark chocolate and marshmallows add just the right amount of bitter and sweet.
This recipe was muffin-fied from this fabulous cookie recipe from The Cooking Actress. 

Check out all the other lovely chocolate recipes my Foodie Extravaganza group is sharing today! Many thanks to our host, Ellen from Family Around the Table.


  • Brigadeiros by Caroline’s Cooking
  • Browned Butter Dark Chocolate Marshmallow Muffins by Food Lust People Love
  • Chocolate Dream Whoopie Pies by Jolene’s Recipe Journal
  • Chocolate Nonpareil Drops by Family Around the Table
  • Chocolate Tart with a Shortbread Crust by Karen’s Kitchen Stories
  • Double Chocolate Chip Banana Bread by Hardly A Goddess
  • Easy Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes by Our Good Life
  • German Chocolate Cake Macarons by A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
  • Healthy Chocolate Truffles by Simple and Savory
  • Homemade Chocolate Praline Easter Eggs by Sneha’s Recipe
  • Homemade White Chocolate with Strawberries and Rose Petals by Tara’s Multicultural Table
  • Sachertorte by A Day in the Life on the Farm
  • Salted Juniper-Dark Chocolate Panna Cotta by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
  • Slow-Cooker Sweet Potato Chocolate Mole Soup by Faith, Hope, Love and Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice



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    Food Lust People Love: Browned butter is the star ingredient in this sweet browned butter dark chocolate marshmallow muffin but the brown sugar, dark chocolate and marshmallows add just the right amount of bitter and sweet.
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