Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat to 375F and pop paper lines in your muffin tray.
  • Soften your butter (but don't melt it) in the microwave.
  • Mix maltpowder, flour, and sugar well and add butter and rub until you get something consistent with fine bread crumbs. Add milk until you get a nice thick batter.
  • Fill your tray with each hole only 3/4 of the way full.
  • Sprinkle some extra malt powder for a little crunch and bake for 20-25 mins.
  • The muffins fluff up and turn golden when ready. Enjoy!

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  • cookingcrazy 4 years ago
    yummmm
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    " It was excellent "
    coffeecup ate it and said...
    these were good. i used a heaping 3/4 c and will make again. may add some choc chips (mini) next time.
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  • lujzimommy 4 years ago
    Is this for Diabetics??
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    " It was excellent "
    themissiah ate it and said...
    I LOVE malt - the more the better. I'll have to try these.
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  • bunbun 6 years ago
    I would love to make these, but is there any substitution fore the malt powder?
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  • kayelynn 6 years ago
    I love this one, I'm going to make them first chance I get. I'll write again and let you know how we like these. I love the taste of malt!!!
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    babskitchen ate it and said...
    If you like malt, you'll like these muffins. Malty, without being overly strong. I made the mistake of spooning the malt on top of the muffin instead of sprinkling on with my fingers and I think it was too heavy. It had a strong, chalky taste so next time I will go lighter with that. Otherwise, quite delicious! My dad is malt-aholic and I'm making him a batch later this week.
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    babskitchen ate it and said...
    I have found malt in health food stores and I think it is stronger than say, Carnation malted milk powder. Sometimes the Carnation is hard to come by but I happened to find a big canister (but not too big) of it at GFS (Gordon Food Service). Most larger grocery stores will carry it and it's usually with the other powdered drink items, like Nestlé Quick, and that kind of stuff.
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  • nemo 6 years ago
    Yumm! Sounds great!!
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  • hanne46 6 years ago
    they look great , but i have no idea what malt powder is , cant i use something else instead?
    hanne
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  • cheric 6 years ago
    A must-try for me!! I love malt. My kids will love these...thank you!!! :)
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  • butterflysue 6 years ago
    Where do you find malt powder in the grocery store? I've never heard of it.
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  • pat2me 6 years ago
    Sounds yummy!
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  • chevythecat 6 years ago
    These sound great I am going to try them this weekend with my daughter!!
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    " It was excellent "
    bemontgomery ate it and said...
    These were the easiest thing to whip up for breakfast tomorrow morning and I tasted one... delicous!
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  • dixiejet 7 years ago
    Man, I'm going to HAVE to make these ! I love malt.
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  • 1spartica 7 years ago
    I love the malt flavor and I love muffins, so this is a must try recipe for me. Thx for sharhing!!
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  • alex 7 years ago
    oooh, so tasty. I used horlicks, and the malt taste was a little more subtle than I'd like, but they were so tender and soft but all carmelised on the outside.
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  • alex 7 years ago
    oooh, so tasty. I used horlicks, and the malt taste was a little more subtle than I'd like, but they were so tender and soft but all carmelised on the outside.
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  • dandelion 7 years ago
    What kind of Malt Powder do you use? I guess I am unfamiliar with this ingredient.
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