This almond cream muffins are super quick and easy with moist and tender crumb with a hint of the delicate almond flavor.
The combination of cake flour and almond flour make this muffin light and moist with a hint of almond…super delicious with a cup of coffee or tea.
– Looking for an easy and no mess muffin recipe?
This recipe uses one, only one bowl, and it is super, I repeat… super easy to make for breakfast or snack.
– Can I add fruit in it?
Absolutely, you can add berry, such as blueberries, strawberries, frozen or fresh and/or lemon zest…use your imagination.
– No oil muffin?
Yes, instead of oil or butter, this muffin uses the fat from the cream (crema Mexicana).
– Are you ready to try this recipe?
This recipe was slightly adapted from Brechel.
- 100 g of cream
- 1 egg
- 65 g cake flour
- 20 g almond flour
- 4 g baking powder
- 1 pinch salt
- ½ teaspoon almond extract
- Sliced almond for topping
Preheat oven to 350oF.
In a bowl whisk together the cream, egg, sugar and salt. Mix until sugar is dissolved.
Sift the cake flour, almond flour and the baking powder into the egg mixture.
Add the almond extract and mix gently, do not over mix.
Scoop into pre-lined paper muffin cups, about 80% to the top.
Sprinkle sliced almonds on the top of each muffin.
Bake for 15-20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the middle of a muffin comes out with crumbs.
Transfer the muffins to a cooling rack.
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Did you know that almond flour is packed in protein? Almond flour also contains vitamins, minerals and it is a great source of fiber as compared to the white flour.
Great tip on adding some fresh strawberries to your beautiful Almond Cream Muffins. So so yummy!
Mmmmm….I love almond flavoring and these beautiful, tender muffins would make me very happy!!!
Hi Liz, me too, I love everything almond.
I am salivating over that muffin! It looks so good, I might try to make some right now.. Yum.
Hi Judee…I hope you enjoy this muffins as much as we do…
Have a great week and stay safe!
These muffins look SO yummy!
These look melt in your mouth delicious. So light and fluffy. Hope you are staying well. Take Care
Hi Bobbi, thanks…you too stay safe!
Oh wow, almond flour and cream, they sound decadent. Be safe and have a great weekend Juliana
Thanks Evelyne…you too, stay safe!
These look so tender and lovely! Almond extract is like magic–so delicious.
I Too love the almond extract in it…take care Lisa!
Hi, the muffins look very soft and inviting. Thanks for sharing. Stay safe.
Gee, this recipe does look easy! I’ve got lots of almond flour on hand since I’ve been making French Macarons- so maybe I’ll switch over to making these almond muffins!
Hi Fran, I hope you get to try this muffins, they are super soft and tender and delicious when just out of oven.
The almond muffins really do look light. When I can get out and do some shopping for the ingredients, they will be on my must make list.
Yes Karen, this muffins are super light and soft, I hope you get to try.
They look lovely and soft and I LOVE the paper cases. So pretty.
Yes, they are super soft and tender…stay safe Ivy!
These muffins look super tender, soft and yummy!
Thanks Angie, they are best when just out of the oven.