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Using our Muffins Premix is easy!

Savour the satisfaction of biting into a warm and freshly baked muffin. Made with Alchemy Fibre™which contains prebiotics and dietary  fibreour Muffins Premix contains no added sugarsMix in your favourite chocolate chips, nuts and fruits and you’ll soon be helping yourself to another one in no time. Each packet of muffin premix serves up 12 low-calorie muffins that will change the way you enjoy this fluffy treat. We guarantee they won’t last long out of the oven! 

Sugar Free

No Sugar Added

High Dietary Fibre

Source of Dietary Fibre

Cholesterol Free

Naturally No Cholesterol

Trans fat Free

Trans Fat Free

Ingredients:

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Alchemy Muffins Premix (306g)
40ml vegetable oil  
1 egg  
30g butter, melted
125ml whole milk  
  • Alchemy Muffins Premix (306g) 
  • 30g butter, melted   
  • 125ml whole milk   
  • 40ml vegetable oil   
  • 1 egg   

Instructions

1.

Pre-heat oven to 180°C (for all oven types).

2.

Line a 6-hole or 12-hole muffin tin with muffin liners.

3.

Whisk all wet ingredients together in a large mixing bowl.

4.

Add in Muffins Premix with other ingredients of choice and mix until just combined. DO NOT over-mix.

5.

Fill 2/3 of each muffin liner with batter and bake at 180°C for 18 minutes or until golden brown.

6.

Remove from oven immediately and cool before serving.

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Muffin Variations

Besides your annual “deck the halls”, the Christmas season is also about making sweet treats (healthier options of course!), decorating them to your heart’s content and indulging in them during your festive feast. You can deck your muffins with a simple Vanilla buttercream frosting tinted with different colours of food colouring and topped with some decorative elementsIt’s easy to bake using our Muffins Premixesjust combine the wet ingredients with dry and pop them in the oven. Once baked and cooled, you can start having fun by decorating them with these simple ideasa great bonding activity for your family!  

‘O Christmas Tree Muffins

INGREDIENTS 

Alchemy Muffins, baked and cooled
Gel food colouring (we used green)
Chocolate candies such as mini M&Ms or Smarties 

For vanilla buttercream frosting: 

170gbutter, softened
340g icing sugar, sifted
2teaspoonvanilla extract
2-3tablespoonsmilk or cream
Pinchof salt 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Make the vanilla buttercream frosting. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using an electric hand mixer, whip the butter until light and creamy for about 7-8 minutes on medium/high speed.

  2. Once the butter is pale in colour and light, slowly add in the icing sugar one spoon at a time on medium speed. Let the sugar fully incorporate before adding in more sugar. 
  3. Add the vanilla extract, salt and cream or milk. 
  4. Whip on high speed for another 3-4 minutes until very light, creamy, and fluffy. 
  5. Drip a few drops of food colouring into the vanilla buttercream frosting and stir to tint till you reach the desired shade of green. 
  6. Transfer the tinted frosting into a piping bag fitted with a star tip (Wilton 1E).
     
  7. Carefully pipe the frosting in a swirling motion starting from the edge of the muffin, swirling your way towards the centre to form a Christmas tree. Continue piping till your Christmas tree reaches a desired height.

  8. Place mini M&Ms or Smarties evenly spaced out to mimic ornaments on a Christmas tree. Place a yellow regular-sized M&M on the peak of the frosting to represent a star.
  9. Repeat with remaining frostingchocolate candies and muffins. 

Note: Feel free to include other decorative elements on the muffin.

‘Frosty the Snowman Muffins

INGREDIENTS 

Alchemy Muffins, baked and cooled
Gel food colouring (white, orange and red)
Chocolate-covered biscuit balls or chocolate chips 

For vanilla buttercream frosting: 

170gbutter, softened
340g icing sugar, sifted
2teaspoonvanilla extract
2-3tablespoonsmilk or cream
Pinchof salt 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Make the vanilla buttercream frosting. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using an electric hand mixer, whip the butter until light and creamy for about 7-8 minutes on medium/high speed. 
  2. Once the butter is pale in colour and light, slowly add in the icing sugar one spoon at a time on medium speed. Let the sugar fully incorporate before adding in more sugar. 
  3. Add the vanilla extract, salt and cream or milk.

  4. Whip on high speed for another 3-4 minutes until very light, creamy, and fluffy. 
  5. Divide the Vanilla buttercream frosting into 3 bowls. 
  6. Colour each bowl of frosting with their respective colour (white, orange and red) by dripping a few drops of food colouring and stir till you reach the desired shade. You might need slightly more white food colouring to tint the frosting. 
  7. Transfer the red and orange tinted frostings into a piping bag for each colour, with the red bag fitted with a flat tip (Wilton 102) and the orange bag fitted with a round tip (Wilton 7). Set both frostings aside. 
  8. Using an angled palette knife or an icing spatula, spread enough white frosting to cover the surface of each muffin and spread it evenly to level the surface.

  9. Place 2 chocolate-covered biscuit balls or chocolate chips (place upside down) on the white frosting to create the snowman’s ‘eyes’.

  10. With the orange frosting, carefully pipe the ‘nose’ of the snowman in a tiny circular motiontapering off towards the tip of the nose.
  11. With the red frosting, pipe the snowman’s ‘scarf’ by creating horizonal and overlapping lines in a zig-zag pattern and finishing off with a diagonal stroke downwards when you reach the edge of the muffin. You may wish to decorate the ‘scarf’ with the leftover orange frosting with patterns.

  12. Repeat with remaining frosting, chocolate-covered biscuit balls or chocolate chips and muffins. 

Note: Feel free to include other decorative elements on the muffin. 

It’s spooky season, and we’re showing you some easy ways which you can dress up your Alchemy Muffins. All you’ll need is some Vanilla buttercream frosting, different colours of food colouring and some edible decorative elements to transform your muffins into something frightfully delightful! Gather your Alchemy Muffins (baked!) and ingredients to create these terrifying treats! 

Bloody Delicious Brains Muffins

INGREDIENTS 

Alchemy Muffins, baked and cooled
Red gel food colouring
Strawberry emulco or strawberry jam
For vanilla buttercream frosting:
170gbutter, softened
340g icing sugar, sifted
2teaspoonvanilla extract
2-3tablespoonsmilk or cream
Pinchof salt 

INSTRUCTIONS 

  1. Make the vanilla buttercream frosting. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using an electric hand mixer, whip the butter until light and creamy for about 7-8 minutes on medium/high speed.
  2. Once the butter is pale in colour and light, slowly add in the icing sugar one spoon at a time on medium speed. Let the sugar fully incorporate before adding in more sugar. 
  3. Add the vanilla extract, salt and cream or milk.

  4. Whip on high speed for another 3-4 minutes until very light, creamy, and fluffy. 
  5. Drip a few drops of the red food colouring into the vanilla buttercream frosting and stir to tint till you reach the desired shade of pink (similar to the colour of brains). 
  6. Transfer the tinted frosting into a piping bag fitted with aapprox. 1/8 inch round tip (Wilton 7). 
  7. Carefully pipe a straight line of frosting down the middle of a muffin, then continue to fill the surface of the muffin in a squiggly and random fashion to mimic the folds of a brain

    (try looking up pictures of brains to get some inspiration and into the mood!)Continue piping till the muffin is covered with desired amount of frosting. 
  8. Drizzle some strawberry emulco or strawberry jam on the frosting to mimic blood.

  9. Repeat with remaining frosting and muffins. 

Note: Feel free to include other decorative elements on the muffin. 

Easy Mummy Muffins 

INGREDIENTS 

Alchemy Muffins, baked and cooled
Decorative candy elements,
we used
candy eyeballs
For vanilla buttercream frosting:
170gbutter, softened
340g icing sugar, sifted
2teaspoonvanilla extract
2-3tablespoonsmilk or cream
Pinchof salt 

INSTRUCTIONS 

  1. Make the vanilla buttercream frosting. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using an electric hand mixer, whip the butter until light and creamy for about 7-8 minutes on medium/high speed.

  2. Once the butter is pale in colour and light, slowly add in the icing sugar one spoon at a time on medium speed. Let the sugar fully incorporate before adding in more sugar. 
  3. Add the vanilla extract, salt and cream or milk.

  4. Whip on high speed for another 3-4 minutes until very light, creamy, and fluffy. 
  5. Transfer the vanilla buttercream frosting into a piping bag fitted with an approx. ½-inch flat tip (Wilton 102).
  6. Starting from the top of a muffin, pipe frosting from left to right in straight lines, forming crisscrossing and overlapping strips that mimic the wrapping of a mummy.

    Continue piping till the muffin is covered with desired amount of frosting. Top each frosted muffin with a pair of candy eyes. 

  7. Repeat with remaining frosting, muffins, and eyes. 

Note: Feel free to include other decorative elements on the muffin. 

Eye-see-you Monster Muffins 

INGREDIENTS 

Alchemy Muffins, baked and cooled
Gel food colouring (we used teal)
Candy eyeballs
For vanilla buttercream frosting:
170gbutter, softened
340g icing sugar, sifted
2teaspoonvanilla extract
2-3tablespoonsmilk or cream
Pinchof salt 

INSTRUCTIONS 

  1. Make the vanilla buttercream frosting. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using an electric hand mixer, whip the butter until light and creamy for about 7-8 minutes on medium/high speed. 
  2. Once the butter is pale in colour and light, slowly add in the icing sugar one spoon at a time on medium speed. Let the sugar fully incorporate before adding in more sugar. 
  3. Add the vanilla extract, salt and cream or milk.

  4. Whip on high speed for another 3-4 minutes until very light, creamy, and fluffy.

  5. Drip a few drops of food colouring into the vanilla buttercream frosting and stir to tint till you reach the desired shade (we chose green). 
  6. Transfer the tinted frosting into a piping bag fitted with a star tip (Wilton 1E).
  7. Carefully pipe the frosting in a swirling motion starting from the edge of the muffin, swirling your way towards the centre. Continue piping till the muffin is covered with desired amount of frosting. Place some candy eyeballs on the frosting, randomly spaced out.
  8. Repeat with remaining frosting, eyeballs and muffins.

Note: Feel free to include other decorative elements on the muffin. 

Feeling adventurous? Why not spruce up your boxed muffins with some extra ingredients to make your batter better.  Mix in your favourite nuts, fruits and flavours for greater satisfaction! 

  • Chocolate chipswhite, milk or dark 
  • Chopped mixed nutscashews, almonds, pecans etc. 
  • Matcha green tea powder (about 2 tsp. according to preference) 
  • Cocoa powder (about ¼ cup according to preference) 
  • Dried or fresh fruitblueberries, bananasraspberries etc. 
  • Citruslemon, orange or lime zest 

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Alchemy Muffins Premixes

Savour the satisfaction of biting into a warm, freshly baked muffin. Made with Alchemy Fibre™   which contains prebiotic and dietary fibre, our Muffins Premix contains no added sugars. Mix in your favourite chocolate chips, nuts and fruits to our premix and you’ll soon be helping yourself to another one in no time. Each packet of muffin premix serves up 12 low-calorie muffins that will change the way you enjoy this fluffy treat. We guarantee they won’t last long out of the oven! 

Ingredients
  

  • 306 gram Alchemy Muffins Premix
  • 30 gram butter, melted   
  • 125 ml whole milk  
  • 40 ml vegetable oil  
  • 1 egg

Instructions
 

  • Pre-heat oven to 180°C (for all oven types). 
  • Line a 6-hole or 12-hole muffin tin with muffin liners.  
  • Whisk all wet ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. 
  • Add in Muffins Premix with other ingredients of choice and mix until just combined. DO NOT over-mix. 
  • Fill 2/3 of each muffin liner with batter and bake at 180°C for 18 minutes or until golden brown. 
  • Remove from oven immediately and cool before serving. 

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  • Marianna Cao says:

    Hi,

    How many calories are in one Pandan chiffon cake made with Alchemy Flour from Swee Heng?

    Similarly, how many calories are in each muffin in the recipe provided for the Alchemy Muffin Premixes?

    • Sarah Peh says:

      Hi Marianna,

      Swee Heng’s Pandan Chiffon Cake contains 989kcals per 370g (calculated value).

      Each muffin contains 89.5kcal (if made into 12 servings per pack of premix).

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