Pecan Pie Mini Muffins
Looking for a succulent sweet treat to spice up your morning tea? Or how about a yummy snack for the kids when they get home from school? This recipe for Pecan Pie Mini Muffins might do the trick. When it comes to baking them, they’re super easy and only require a few ingredients – you won’t have to spend a lot at the grocery store. You might even want to serve them for dessert – it only takes a few of these sweet little babies to finish off a perfectly delectable meal.
This sweet mini pecan muffin recipe can give you that extra zip of energy just when you need it most. When it comes to pecans, they are a great source of protein and do contain a lot of healthy nutrients – for example, they are very high in iron and calcium and high in manganese, vitamin A, and dietary fiber. Mind you, these pecan muffins do contain a lot of brown sugar, so you might want to go for a long walk or a workout after you indulge – and be sure to brush your teeth soon after eating them. One thing you’ll really want to pay attention to while baking this recipe is the preparation of your muffin tin beforehand. This muffin recipe tends to stick a bit, simply because it contains so much sugar. So you’ll want to grease your muffin tray well – using coconut oil or another high burning point oil, then lightly dust with flour so your batter will not stick. Once you take them out of the oven, you’ll want to let them cool completely before removing them from the pan. That way, they’ll have a chance to firm up first.
This fun mini muffin recipe comes from Kim and Kelli, the mother and daughter team over at the Relative Taste website. Kim and Kelli both love creating their own recipes, but have slightly different takes on food, which is great – between the two of them, they offer a panoramic view of traditional cooking techniques and daring new recipes no-one else has ever been brave enough to try. Relative Taste offers the best of both worlds. If you’re searching for more fun muffin recipes, delicious dessert recipes, sweet bread recipes, or fabulous cake recipes, you’ll want to check it out sometime. They also have an extensive index that includes recipes for appetizers, soups, stews, salads, breads, baked goods, main dishes, drinks, and side dishes as well. There’s even a very informative miscellaneous section where you can learn how to do your own canning, so if you’ve always wanted to try your hand at preserves – now’s your chance. You can learn how to make Chow Chow, Crockpot Apple Butter, Strawberry Freezer Jam, Summer Salsa, and the old favourite – Sweet Pickles. Imagine how some of that strawberry jam might taste on these muffins. There’s also a special holiday list included in this section, where you can get lots of ideas for Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Halloween – for example, there are holiday-specific recipes, April Fool’s Day surprises, and Thanksgiving traditions, just to name a few.*
Nutrition Facts for: Pecan Pie Mini Muffins From Relative Taste
Ingredients: Butter, eggs, brown sugar, all purpose flour, pecans.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 30 mini muffin servings. * Per Serving: Calories 108, Calories from Fat 78, Total Fat 8.7g 13%, Saturated Fat 3.1g 16%, Cholesterol 22mg 7%, Sodium 34mg 1%, Potassium 38mg 1%, Carbohydrates 7.2g 2%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 4.9g, Protein 1.3g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 1%, Iron 2%
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