From bestselling author and TV cook Allyson Gofton, Best-Ever Muffins is a taste treat of more than 25 all new, delicious and easy-to-prepare muffin recipes.
Exciting recipes, both savoury and sweet, including Mango and orange Muffins with Lavender Syrup, Honeyed pear and Bran Muffins, Pesto and Ham Muffins, and Feijoa and Lime Muffins.
With so many delicious recipes to try, it is always difficult to know just where to start, and with this book, the ubiquitous Kiwi muffin takes another step forward into another dimension.
Recipes such as Feijoa and Lime, or maybe have a Mango and Orange muffin with Lavender syrup? No - that not to your taste? Try an Avocado, Brie and Smoked Chicken Muffin - not so much a snack but a gourmet meal.
With recipes from one on New Zealand's top chefs, there are plenty of options to tempt even the most jaded palate to try one of these creation from the sweet to the savoury muffins.
With clear photos on each page and a clear, simple and easy to follow recipe that even a child can follow one should never, ever be short of choice. The pages even wipe clean from the drool that poured forth whilst reviewing this tempting and tasty looking book.
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