My Fall addiction is mainly due to the colors…well, everything Fall really! Oranges, yellows, browns. Then there’s pumpkins, gourds, and did I mention oranges already? SWEET CLEMENTINE!!!
Yes! Clementine’s are currently in season and who doesn’t love a sweet clementine? I love citrus (being a Valley girl and all), but so does my grandson. Who also happens to love muffins of any sort. So the other day I decided to try making some clementine muffins and guess what? AMAZING!!! Seriously, they exceeded my expectations.
So in the midst of decorating for Thanksgiving…
Improvising with twigs and leaves we gathered from the yard, and an old ceiling tile that was lonely in the garage, I decorated the mantle. (Most of my decor is still in storage due to our move!)
I experimented and baked up a batch to have ready for the little guy’s breakfast.
Pausing between fall decor, the mantle, the table, and back in the kitchen to check on those Sweet Clementine Glazed Muffins, it took most of my morning! (Where does the time go?) But, they were totally worth it-so I wanted to share my muffin recipe!
Sweet Clementine Glazed Muffins
- 2 c. Flour
- 2 t. Baking powder
- 1/2 t. Salt
- 2 t. Vanilla
- 1/4 c. Clementine juice
- 1/4 c. Milk
- 1/2 c. Unsalted butter room temp
- 1 T. Clementine rind
- 1 c. Sugar
- 2 large eggs room temp
- Preheat to 375. Place liners in cupcake tin.
- Sift flour, baking powder and salt.
- Set aside.
- Place juice and milk in a small bowl and stir in vanilla.
- Using mixer, cream butter until smooth (30 seconds).
- Add the sugar slowly until light and fluffy (35-40 seconds).
- Add eggs one at a time, mixing until creamy and scraping along the sides.
- Add the dry ingredients alternating with the liquid ingredients (ending with dry.)
- Gently mix in the rind.
- Spoon the batter into the tin cups and bake for 20-25 minutes or until it springs back when lightly touched.
3/4 c. Powdered sugar
1 t. Clementine rind
1-2 T. Clementine juice Mix all ingredients together, adding more juice if needed for a smooth consistency.
Drizzle on warm muffins.
Btw that old ceiling tile I found in the garage… it looked like it needed a little attention to detail, so I added a script and I think it completed the look I wanted.
GCC is holiday ready!
How do you decorate for Thanksgiving?
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