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Easiest Way to Make Tasty Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins

Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins. Kabocha squash muffins are sweet with a hint of savory. The flavor profile and the recipe are simple. Kids can help make these, and you can feel good about letting them eat it!

Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins The flavor profile and the recipe are simple. Kids can help make these, and you can feel good about. These roasted kabocha mini muffins spiced with cinnamon are a comforting bite-size treat that are easy to make when squash is in season. You can cook Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins using 9 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins

  1. You need 200 grams of Kabocha squash (without seeds and rind).
  2. You need 100 grams of Cake flour.
  3. It's 50 grams of Bread flour.
  4. You need 5 grams of Baking powder.
  5. Prepare 100 grams of Light brown sugar (or regular sugar).
  6. Prepare 40 grams of Margarine.
  7. You need 40 grams of Vegetable oil.
  8. You need 2 large of Egg.
  9. You need 1 of few drops Vanilla oil (if available).

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Easy! Fluffy Kabocha Squash Muffins instructions

  1. Remove the seeds and skin from the kabocha and chop into 2-3 cm pieces. Place in a microwave safe bowl and cover loosely with plastic wrap. Microwave until fork tender..
  2. Mash the kabocha with a folk or a potato masher. Preheat the oven to 180℃..
  3. Beat the margarine well with a whisk until creamy. Add vegetable oil and combine. Then add the sugar and vanilla oil and whisk well..
  4. Add eggs one at a time, whisking quickly to combine well..
  5. Sift both flours and baking powder into the bowl and combine with a spatula. When all the dry ingredients are incorporated, add the kabocha squash..
  6. The batter is done when all the ingredients are well combined..
  7. Oil the muffin cups or place cupcake liners and pour in the batter until cups are 3/4 full. (I used aluminum cups for pudding.).
  8. Bake in a preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. Check for doneness by inserting a toothpick near the center. If it comes out clean, it's done..
  9. They are fluffy, soft and tasty. Taste of simple kabocha flavor delicious..
  10. Cut in halves. It's moist and not dry. When it's cool enough, wrap with plastic wrap. They're really tasty the day after baking, too!.
  11. Here is a Halloween version..
  12. In fact, this recipe is almost the same as "Fluffy Kabocha Squash Steamed Cake". The difference is the baking procedure. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/149952-fluffy-kabocha-squash-steamed-mini-cakes.
  13. It's good when steamed too. You can enjoy two different versions, baked or steamed. Both are delicious..
  14. I think it would be delicious if you add chocolate chips, jam or cream cheese as an accent..

It also contains less sugar and spices, which brings out the natural flavor of the squash and makes it a perfect dessert after a heavy Thanksgiving dinner. The first time I had Thanksgiving dinner was back. I had never attempted to cook kabocha squash as I had heard a lot of how inconvenient it was to cut and prepare it at home. But in reality, I realized that it is SO EASY to prepare kabocha squash- prebaking it is the KEY to easing this process. From kabocha salad, creamy kabocha soup, kabocha stir fry to kabocha squash pie, this Japanese pumpkin is amazingly versatile!

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