Quick chocolate muffins

Submitted by enr on 10 Jun 2011
50 g dark chocolate
30-40 g butter
10 tbsp flour
2 eggs
1 tsp instant coffee
50 ml Coke (or to obtain the desired density of the mixture for muffins)
strawberries for decoration
gelatin spreads
powdered sugar for sprinkling
sugar - can add sugar to the dough if you want the muffins are more cute
Quick chocolate muffins
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Melting chocolate with the butter in the microwave or in a water bath. Leave it to cool slightly and add it to the 2 eggs, stirring with a wire whisk. By stage add the flour and stir with wire. Then pour cola and stir vigorously until a thick liquid mixture. Add the dissolved in very little water instant coffee. Try and if it is very bitter, add powdered sugar to taste. The mixture is poured into paper trays muffins - about 2/3 of the forms are filled. I used small and large forms. In large set and one strawberry. muffins are baked in a preheated oven at 180 C for about half an hour. It is important to roast, because wither. Even match remains little of the mixture in check, do not worry - once cool, the muffins will be tight. The presence of chocolate inside, gives the illusion that may be undercooked. Ample 30 minutes. Once cool to room temperature, muffins decorate top with 1 strawberry or 1 small piece (small cakes). Spreads only strawberry jam with dissolved gelatin in a little water, not dry. After tightening of gelatin, optional can sprinkle muffins with icing sugar.
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10 Jun 2011


BRAVO! Great recipe! To favorites and will soon try. Jump can not wait but tomorrow and the day after I work so sure until Monday will do maaaaa ..

very easy and really fast! Even if you do not need a mixer :)

Yesterday I made them. Powdered sugar can definitely take. It slowed flour 7 tablespoons that otherwise would have become a firm dough. Peko only 15 minutes - even slightly began to tan. Over and done with chocolate glaze else inside did not feel

Well, then the idea of ​​these muffins is solid, so no raising agent. A quantity of chocolate is a matter of taste :)