• sandrabrandalise


COOKBOOK: taste.com.au Bake cookbook

Here in Australia we are coming into our Winter months and there is nothing better than a good home baked muffin with a hot cuppa. An easy, super delicious muffin recipe! Nashi pears are delicious. Nashi is the name of pear in Japanese. This pear has a round look to it and can be confused with a slightly off coloured apple.

One pear has only 215 kilojoules and provides four grams of fibre. Nashi pears also contain more than a dozen vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium and manganese, as well as vitamin K and copper, which are both important for bone and blood health. This pear can also be eaten raw. Enjoy


Makes 12

300g self raising flour, sifted

160g sugar

1 tablespoon of cinnamon

1 teaspoon nutmeg

1/2 cup olive oil

50ml buttermilk

2 eggs, lightly beaten

1 tablespoon of vanilla essence

2 nashi pears, peeled and sliced into very small pieces

4 tablespoons of rolled oats

1 teaspoon of extra sugar

Pre heat oven to 180C

Grease a 12 muffin pan

Combine, flour sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg in a bowl.

By hand or in a processor, add the oil, buttermilk, vanilla essence and eggs and keep mixing until well combined. Fold in nashi pears. Add one large spoonful in each muffin mould.

Combine oats and sugar and sprinkle a teaspoon over each muffin. Bake for 20-25mins or until cooked through

HINT: To check if cooked through, pierce a skewer in the centre. If it comes out clean, its cooked through

Transfer muffins onto a wire rack and let them cool down before serving

91 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All