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Muffins are small tasty pastries, tender and melting in the mouth, with various fillings: fruits, berries, etc. They look like small portioned cakes that are baked in special tins, the volume of which usually does not exceed 100 ml. A fresh muffin with a cup of tea or coffee makes a nice breakfast or snack.
There are several versions of where the name 'muffin' came from. According to one of them, 'muffin' came to Great Britain in the XI century and is derived from the French 'moufflet', meaning soft bread. Another version points out the German 'muffe', which, too, is a kind of bread.
Our mix contains all the needed ingredients. Just add water and oil or butter to make muffins.
Advantages of Our Mix
- Always high product quality
- Simplified technological process
- Reduced time to make (less labor and energy costs)
- A uniform porous structure of the product
- Suitable for any oven (no special equipment required)
- The dough is simply stirred with a spatula, no mixer needed
- You can extend your offering with various fillings (berries, fruits, nuts etc.).
- 1 kg of mix = 202 rubles
- Water = 0 rubles
- Oil = 20 rubles
Price of 1 muffin in a café: 80 rubles
Proceeds from 32 muffins sold: 2,560 rubles
Profit: 2,338 rubles
2Pour into tins and bake
332 muffins (50 g)
Add 0.5-0.6 liters of water and 200 g of melted butter (vegetable oil or margarine will do, too) to 1 kg of the mix. Stir it with a spatula. Do not beat it up. Leave for 5-10 minutes.
Bake in an oven (whichever you have) at 180-200°C for 15-18 minutes. To make your menu more diverse, add berries, fruits, chocolate pieces, nuts and candied fruits to the dough. Or make muffins with cream, nut, chocolate or berry fillings. Fill half the mold with dough, put in the filling and proceed with the dough.
Finished muffins can be decorated with sugar powder, cinnamon, cream, berries or toppings.
Individual plastic bags with metallized coating, which ensure maximum preservation of all product properties during transportation and storage.