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Raspberry and cardamon muffins with crumbles

These lovely and moist muffins filled with raspberries are inspired by the ones that I like to buy with my take away-coffee at Espresso House. They don’t look especially pretty but don’t be tricked. l love the idea of crumbles on top of a muffin, however I don’t like the big size of the original ones and I prefer more raspberries. So I decided to bake the muffins at home, using more raspberries and crumbles, and the result was amazing and is definitly my kind of muffins. The cardamon flavour is quite subtile and the tartness of the raspberries goes perfect with the sweet crumbles. Just make sure to have high paper cups so you’ll have enough space for all your crumbles.

    Raspberry and cardamon muffins with crumbles
    (makes 14 medium sized. Use high paper cups)

    muffins:
    130 gram butter, room temperatured
    200 ml caster sugar (of which half is vanilla infused)
    2 eggs
    100 ml milk
    180 gram flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp ground cardamon
    200 gram frozen unthawed raspberries

    crumble:
    50 gram caster sugar
    100 gram flour
    50 gram butter

    Crumble:
    Place the sugar, butter and flour in a bowl. With the tips of your fingers rub the ingredients together until you have a crumbly mixture.

    Muffins:
    In a bowl beat butter and sugar with an electric beater until smooth. Add the eggs, one at a time while beating. Add milk. Combine the flour, cardamon and baking powder in a separate bowl and then fold into the egg/butter/sugar/milk bowl. Add the raspberries and combine. Spoon the batter into high paper cups, fill the cups to 2/3.

    Sprinkle the crumbles over the muffins and bake in 175 degrees C (convection oven) for 20-25 minutes, until a tooth pick comes out clean.

20 Responses to “Raspberry and cardamon muffins with crumbles”

  1. Auralyn
    February 5th, 2008 00:47
    1

    I just discovered your blog -I love it! love the decoration and the fun tone of it. Pics are great too (this muffin looks yummy!) Keep posting! ;)

  2. Deborah
    February 5th, 2008 00:48
    2

    I think these look wonderful and delicious!!

  3. jasmine
    February 5th, 2008 04:19
    3

    Hi Dagmar

    Really like the crumble and your previous post on semlor–reminds me that I should restart posting cardamom recipes :)

    Lovely blog.

    j

  4. laurie
    February 5th, 2008 04:41
    4

    I love, love, love raspberries. Your muffins look killer!

  5. aforkfulofspaghetti
    February 5th, 2008 10:09
    5

    They are simply beautiful. I particularly like the addition of the crumble mixture on top – great idea!

  6. Bron
    February 5th, 2008 10:15
    6

    Oooh these sound totally scrumptious, love the fun wee fella in the background too – sweet!

  7. Karolina
    February 5th, 2008 12:03
    7

    They look delicious!!! I love raspberry muffins with crubles. I make these often in summer, but with brown sugar and without cardamon.

  8. Pille
    February 5th, 2008 12:31
    8

    What do you mean that they don’t look particularly pretty!? They’re wonderful!!

    PS Can you get muffin cup liners like these in Sweden?

  9. Christina
    February 5th, 2008 16:22
    9

    Muffins in any shape and flavor is welcome in my home. Thanks for adding to the collection.

  10. Meeta
    February 5th, 2008 22:14
    10

    Dagmar, these look lovely. I love the flavor combination of cardamom and raspberry – one to try as soon as raspberries are in season here!

  11. Amelia
    February 9th, 2008 12:33
    11

    Hey, perhaps adding some cinnamon into the crumble would make it better, if its to your preference. :)

  12. Liska
    February 9th, 2008 19:31
    12

    Dagmaro, ta kruszonka…… Chętnie bym ją tak poskubała, poskubała, poskubała, aż do dna foremki :-)

  13. Annemarie
    February 10th, 2008 20:30
    13

    I love anything with a crumble topping, and raspberry with cardamom is wonderful sounding. Can’t wait to make these.

  14. Sues is not Martha
    February 13th, 2008 04:47
    14

    Oooh! These are so pretty. And they look delicious too! Found you through foodblogblog and I’m glad I did!

  15. nonizamboni
    February 19th, 2008 02:47
    15

    This sounds like a lovely combination and I like your style adding more fruit and topping. Nothing else makes life quite as good!
    A nice place to visit. . .I have a cat much like yours too.

  16. Victoria
    February 20th, 2008 05:10
    16

    I recently discovered how much I like the flavors of cardamom and fruit, and I just happen to have a large bag of raspberries in the freezer from last summer. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    ~Vicci
    (and Spooky, the lap-cat)

  17. Wayne
    March 4th, 2008 21:55
    17

    LOOK TERRIFIC!

  18. Patricia
    March 13th, 2008 17:43
    18

    mums!

  19. coco
    March 31st, 2008 12:14
    19

    This looks so good. Love how you’ve photographed it! :)

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