One day years ago, I was travelling from Toronto to Montreal. It was 2:00 a.m.
The fuel indicator began signaling that I was low on gas and my stomach was letting me know it was empty too.
I found a gas station filled up with fuel and, wandered into the adjoining donut shop.
There was an assortment of wonderful things on display. I did not want an early breakfast or late dinner. My eyes surveyed the donut and muffin section.
What a selection! I chose and purchased a muffin filled with raisins. Or, so I thought.
I returned to my car, resumed my journey, opened the little bag and pinched off a piece. I must have missed the raisin since there was none in this first pinch. On the second and third pinches, there was still none.
To my surprise, there was not even one raisin. What a disappointment!
I pondered to myself, some day, I will make a muffin flour for housewives to thrill their kids with whatever filling their hearts desired. This idea remained on the backburner of my mind since there was a line of one thousand other products consuming my days and nights.
Finally, I found some time to focus on a line of flour for various purposes: Bread, Cakes, Chapati, Roti and of course, Muffins.
Muffins are a special treat, especially for kids. Therefore, my suggestion to you is to go to a store that sells kitchen accessories and pick up a kids cup cake set.
Please do not laugh.
This set includes an apron, cupcake stand, measuring spoons, icing spreader, paper baking cups and a vinyl case, then, find a special occasion to present this set: e.g. good grades, good behaviour, a birthday, at Christmas, or simply for being a loving kid.
This would be the best thing you could ever do, because it will introduce the child to the art of cooking.
In addition, using this fun set, along with the exceptional quality of Mr. Goudas' Muffin Flour Mix with the perfect portions of ingredients, blend in perfect harmony, you may sit back, watch your favourite movie, Gone With The Wind, and be treated to the best muffins in the world with lots of raisins made by your child or grandchild.
What a pleasure this would be!
My focus was to produce the best Muffin Mix Flour that even a small child would produce a Muffin masterpiece with these simple instructions:
2-1/2 cups (450 g) Muffin mix flour 1 cup (250 ml) cold water 1 egg (lightly beaten)
A handful of raisins (or any other fruit) Preheat Oven to 380 degrees, Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.
Regards, Spyros Peter Goudas