A warm and nutty taste lingers when enjoying these sweet potato muffins. The flavour is strengthened by the cinnamon and the sugar coating which gives a crunchy finnish which I absolutely love.
These muffins are great to make when you have left over cooked, or mashed sweet potato's in your fridge, they are moist and just delicious.
My mum loves sweet potatoes she eats them raw whenever she feels peckish in particular the orange ones. So if you are a sweet potato lover like my mum you should definitely try this recipe.
The muffins are great on their own for breakfast, to place in your school lunch box or as a in between snack as well as being a tasty side-dish to a vegetable soup recipe or one of the many quiche recipes.
Steam and thereafter mash 1 and 1/4 cup of sweet potato.
Pre-heat the oven to 180C°. Convert!
Place the the tray into the pre-heated oven and bake for about 40 minutes. to check if the muffins are ready just stick a toothpick in one of them and if the toothpick comes out clean then they are ready. The muffins taste great warm or cold. Though, the paper muffin sleeves can be difficult to remove while the muffins are warm. This problem is avoided by letting the muffins cool down completely.