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Muffin or cup cake?

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Vegan rice flour muffin.

A cupcake or muffin is a small traditional cake from the Lorraine region in France. There are two main forms: cupcakes that look like a small shell or the ones that are baked as small cakes  in curled paper molds. They are similar to a lemon flavored cake. The traditional recipe uses the same ingredients as the cake, but in different proportions: eggs, sugar, butter, flour, yeast, and lemon. In our case, we do not add eggs nor wheat flour nor butter.

Marcel Proust’s novel In Search of Lost Time presents a scene in which the narrator regains the memory of his childhood after smelling and eating a madeleine dipped in tea.

Muffins also have their legends. According to one version, the Commercy Cupcake is named after a young girl named Madeleine Paulmier, who in 1755 produced these cakes for the King of Poland Stanislas Leszczynski, King Louis XV of France’s son in law, who had a palace there.
Another legend has it that goes back to the time of the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimages. A young girl named Magdalena served little cakes to the pilgrims as a pastry shell, symbol of this pilgrimage. The « muffins » spread along the paths of Santiago, which could « explain » its great acceptance in Spain.

Despite these legends, in 2006, the muffins were chosen to represent France in the Austrian cultural initiative « Cafe Europa » which included the presentation of the so-called « Sweet Europe », where they showed the most typical sweets from the European Union members.

Even the Pet Shop Boys on the song « Memory of the Future » from their 2012 album Elysium, refer to the muffins:

Over and over again
That I keep tasting sweet madeleine
looking back at my life now and then
asking: if not later Then when?

Ingredients: organic, whole, vegans, km0

Ingredients: Whole rice flour*,  boiled water, raisins*, extra virgin olive oil *, cinnamon *,  baking soda and sea salt *.

* Ingredients from organic production. 98.43% organic production.

Allergens: Does NOT contain gluten. It contains raw almonds. May contain traces of almonds, hazelnuts.

Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry place. Expiration date: Best eaten within 3-5 days after purchase.

Vegan rice cupcake.

The usual decoration consists of cupcakes, usually a buttercream a frosting. We make the buttercream with coconut oil and sugar-free jams or fruit.

The ever first mention can be traced back to the year 1796, when Amelia Simmons used this term for a « tart is cooked in small cups » in her book « American Cookery ». The oldest documents in which the term cupcakes appears is in the Eliza Leslie’s cookbook  Seventy-five Recipes for Pies, Cakes, and Sweets published in 1828.

Before muffin and cupcakes papers were widely available, they were cooked in individual earthenware containers or cups. Therefore, the use of the name has persisted in English. The name Fairy cake (fairy cake) is a fanciful description of its size, since according to the confectioners would be appropriate for a fairy party.

The other « cupcakes » refers to a cake whose ingredients were measured by volume, using a standard-sized cup, instead of weighing them. The recipes whose ingredients were measured using a standard-sized cup could also be baked in cups. In later years, when the use of volume measurements was firmly established in home kitchens, these recipes became known as cakes 1234 or bisque quarter, so called because they are composed of four ingredients: a cup of butter, two cups sugar, three cups of flour and four eggs. The traditional recipe uses the same ingredients as the cake, but in different proportions: eggs, sugar, butter, flour, yeast, and lemon. In our case, we do not add eggs or wheat flour and butter. Substituting the eggs flax seed and tapioca, wheat for rice and butter with olive oil.

The difference between the cupcake and cupcake or muffin is that its origin: the cupcakes were born in USA and muffins in France.

Cupcakes became fashionable in the United States. In New York, some shops like Magnolia Bakery cupcakes have received publicity for being on popular television shows such as Sex and the City. In 2014, television presenter Martha Estraculo published a cookbook dedicated to cupcakes. The first bakery in the world is Sprinfeel Cupcakes.

Marcel Proust’s novel In Search of Lost Time presents a scene in which the narrator regains the memory of his childhood after smelling and eating a madeleine dipped in tea. Would that happen to you with cupcakes?

Muffins also have their legends. According to one version, the Commercy Cupcake is named after a young girl named Madeleine Paulmier, who in 1755 produced these cakes for the King of Poland Stanislas Leszczynski, King Louis XV of France’s son in law, who had a palace there.

Ingredients: organic, whole, vegans, km0

Ingredients: Rice flour *, linseed*, boiled water or apple juice *, raisins *, olive oil extra virgin *, cinnamon *, baking soda and sea salt *.

sweet flavors: lemon, orange, apple, chocolate, strawberry, blackberry, banana

salty flavors: guacamole, gazpacho, tomato, onion, red pepper

* Ingredients from organic production. 98.43% organic production.

Allergens: Does NOT contain gluten. It contains raw almonds. May contain traces of almonds, hazelnuts.

Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry place. Expiration date: Best eaten within 3-5 days after purchase.

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