Skull muffins for Halloween
Don’t fear to cook these skull muffins. Even though they look spooky, it is a delicious and very funny recipe to celebrate this Halloween differently, at home, and enjoying your cooking on the most gloomy night of the year.
Servings for 8
Sift the flour with the baking powder and the orange zest. Save.
Sift the flour with the baking powder and the orange zest. Save. Crack the eggs in a bowl with the sugar and beat with a whisk (better with an electric beater) until the mixture double its size and has a pale colour.
Choose a low speed for the electric whisk and add the milk.
Add the flour and baking powder with zest mix. Use a silicone spatula to combine.
Divide the dough in two different bowls and add cocoa to one of them.
Pour this mixture into the muffins molds, fill just 2/3 with the cocoa dough or the white one (depending on the drawing colour we want to use later). Put the other dough in a pastry bag or a squeeze bottle and begin to draw over the dough we already have in the molds. Once the drawings are done, bake the muffins.
Place the muffins in a steamer, could be mesh kitchen sieve, into a pot over medium heat that will create steam.
Check with a toothpick that the muffins are baked, remove them from the oven, and cool over a rack.
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