I simply loved my assignment for Secret Recipe Club this month!! My only regret was that I had to pick one recipe to showcase. Sally from Bewitching Kitchen had my blog as for assignment a few months ago. And being from Brazil honoured me by trying my pumpkin twist on the bolo-de-fuba with a nice tutorial on the lingo as well. I was delighted to be assigned her splendid blog this month. Honestly I would have loved to pick a dozen recipes. But I settled for her version of Bolo-de-fuba. I fancied the idea of using dessicated/sweetened coconut. Hope Sally will forgive me for turning them into muffins. It did seem a good idea for kids and also reduces the baking time.
They turned out as decadent as expected, the coconut gives a crunchy top and the layers inside are moist. An easy peasy recipe and enriched snack to add in your child's snack box.
1 cup cornmeal
100gms dessicated/sweetened shredded coconut
1 cup grated cheese
3 cups milk
1 cup sugar (alter according to taste)
1 tbs baking powder
- Pre-heat oven.
- Blend all the ingredients to form a smooth batter.
- Pour into greased and dusted muffin trays.
- Bake till you get a slightly browned top.
( I am not adding the temperatures for baking since they cause Centigrade/ Fahrenheit confusions according to my readers locations. So set according to your oven.)
Howdy Shirley! Yeap, it's been awhile since we last chat. Life has been pretty hectic after started working a year ago. Hopefully, will able to visit you all more often. Btw, this little cakes sound really delish.ReplyDelete
Have a great week ahead dear.((hugs))
Best Regards, Kristy
I am THRILLED that you got my blog! And how nice to make the bolo de fuba' into muffins! Great idea, I am definitely going to follow your example... wait until I show my folks in Brazil, they will love it!ReplyDelete
thanks so much for the great write up!
Oooh... these sound so interesting. Grated cheese and sweetened coconut... who would ever think of that? They look and sound delicious though! Great pick!ReplyDelete
Huge fan of coconut so will have to give these muffins a try! Great SRC PickReplyDelete
This sounds and looks very interesting!ReplyDelete
Yum. I've never heard of these before. Great choice!ReplyDelete
Yum!! This almost sounds like a cornbread type of muffins, delish!ReplyDelete
Sweet and savory in the same muffin? Sounds delicious!!ReplyDelete
These sound yummy! What kind of cheese did you use?ReplyDelete
I've never heard of these before they do sound yummy! Great SRC pick!ReplyDelete
That looks amazing! Great SRC pick, KarenReplyDelete