You may already be aware that you need butter or oil each nook where your batter will go, but have you thought about covering the pan's top as well?
To prevent the muffin tops from sticking to the pan's surface while baking, Garten advises oil the pan's outside. Coating the whole muffin tray is not only brilliant, but it will make the preparation process much simpler.
An ice cream scoop is a game-changer if you have trouble making cohesive portions with your regular spoon.
Simply scoop the ideal amount of batter and pour it into each pan divot. Now you have muffins that are sure to be lovely and are uniform and smooth.
Garten thinks that there is something particularly delightful about a fruity muffin with a little bit of crunchy sugar on top. It is a simple garnish that will improve the look of your muffins.
Additionally, the added crunch will complement the muffin's delicate texture perfectly. On top of these blueberry-oat muffins, a little touch of sugar may go a long way.
We all know how easily baked items may burn. Try this to ensure the oven's interior is the right temperature: "Keep a thermometer in the oven to ensure a proper temperature.