Black Sesame Spelt Muffins

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Great as a lunch box filler, for potlucks or really any time, these simple muffins are moist, tender, flavourful and relatively healthy too. Using toasted black sesame adds distinctive flavour and aroma to them.


  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Line a 6-hole muffin tin with paper liners. Sift together the flour and baking powder. Beat butter until soft. Beat in sugars until fluffy and light. Beat in egg and vanilla extract.
  2. Fold in 1/2 of the flour mixture with a rubber spatula to combine. Now mix in almond milk. Then add in the rest of the flour mixture and black sesame seeds. Fold until the batter is combined. Divide the batter among 6 muffin liners. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes until a toothpick inserted in center of muffins comes out clean.





42 comments:

Evi Erlinda 16/11/19 06:43

Wow, it's very special for me! Never had muffin with sesame seed before.
I need to give it a try, Angie, thanks for recipe.

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natalia20041989 16/11/19 11:12

So yummy, love muffins in any form and now I am using more spelt, cos I like to bake healthier snacks and bread for my son☺ I should definitely try this!

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Kitchen Riffs 16/11/19 17:44

Muffins! Who doesn't love 'em? And the toasted sesame seeds are a nice touch -- they add a lotta flavor and fun. Really nice recipe -- thanks.

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savorthebest 16/11/19 22:28

This sounds fabulous. The black sesame and spelt should make a great combination and pronounced flavor. Great recipe Angie, I'm going to have to make this.

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Nancy Chan 17/11/19 05:47

Looks beautiful. Would love to eat it with my morning coffee or tea.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 17/11/19 08:36

Angie, I'm loving the black sesame seeds in these muffins! I try to eat as much of them as I can for their health benefits. I've traditionally seen them in savory preparations so I'm so excited to try them in a sweet muffin!

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Valentina 17/11/19 21:02

These sound SO delicious. Such a tasty combination of seeds. And your photos are spectacular! :-) ~Valentina

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Tania@My Kitchen Stories 17/11/19 23:44

Mmm delish. I've been looking for a good muffin recipe Angie!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 17/11/19 23:59

I just hosted a pot-luck yesterday,, wish we had these at the table.

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Tanza Erlambang 18/11/19 02:43

muffin is one of my favorites...yummy

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Beena 18/11/19 08:13

yummy one. love the addition of black sesame seeds

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yonosoymillenium 18/11/19 09:18

gracias, esta receta la voy a probar seguro, me encantan los muffins

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Balvinder 18/11/19 15:24

I love sprinkling black sesame seeds over salad, sandwiches and in yogurt. But adding it to muffin batter is new to me. Looks fabulous!

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mary anderson 18/11/19 16:15

i was a bad cook last year but after searching on internet about recipes now i know and have learnt to differentiate between main course appetizers and all these kind of recipe i really loved it and thank you alot for contributing indirectly in my life :) love the recipe :)

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lisa is cooking 18/11/19 17:46

I've been baking lots of muffins lately, and needed some new inspiration. These look great with black sesame!

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Suja Manoj 18/11/19 19:39

Adding toasted sesame seeds sounds great idea,love these healthy muffins.

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fimere 18/11/19 20:06

délicieux muffins ça ne peut être que bon
bonne soirée

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All That I'm Eating 19/11/19 15:00

I imagine the sesame gives these muffins such a great flavour, like the sound of the nutty spelt too!

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Ruxana Gafoor 19/11/19 15:07

Muffins look so yummy..love the idea of adding sesame seeds!

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karyn.pl 19/11/19 17:50

soo Yummy:) I Love it :)

Kisses:*

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Marissa 19/11/19 20:52

What a fun idea to use black sesame seeds in muffins! Much more flavor than poppyseeds!

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foodtravelandwine 19/11/19 21:05

WOW!....I just want to make them!.....delicious and wonderful pictures!!!.........Abrazotes, Marcela

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Juliana 19/11/19 23:02

These muffins sound and look delicious, especially with the black sesame...I love the aroma of the black sesame...thanks for the recipe Angie...
Have a wonderful week!

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Reeni 20/11/19 01:50

These look so soft, tender and delicious Angie! I haven't made muffins in so long! I'm inspired. :)

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Fran @ Gday Souffle 20/11/19 05:15

Every afternoon, I crave a piece of bread to fulfill my cravings for carbs. Looks like I'll have to switch to your muffins in the future! I never knew what splelt flour was and just looked it up. Looks like it's healthy although the online research says refined spelt flour is lower in carbs than 'ordinary splelt.' (I'm learning all the time)!

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Julie 20/11/19 07:50

loved the tiny black dots of sesame in muffins,perfectly done!!

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Motions and Emotions 20/11/19 11:42

Angie this is totally a different flavour...never tried...looks so good

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2pots2cook 20/11/19 11:54

Absolutely delicious and soooo inviting !

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Jeff the Chef 20/11/19 15:45

Gorgeous! And I'll bet the toasted Blake sesame seeds are great!

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Pam 20/11/19 17:12

They look and sound delicious.

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Isabell's kitchen 21/11/19 17:54

I love sesame! These muffins look great! :)

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Anca 22/11/19 12:54

The black sesame seeds make the muffins look so good and interesting. Yum.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 22/11/19 14:31

I need to buy some black sesame seeds! These buns look fantastic!!

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Madhavi 23/11/19 17:47

Beautiful pics and spelt muffins sounds so good.

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judee 26/11/19 17:39

Looks lovely and sounds delicious. I've never used black sesame

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tigerfish 28/11/19 03:17

Love black sesame in bakes such as cookies, breads and of course, muffins!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 28/11/19 23:04

I am just getting into using spelt flour and these would be perfect to make with it.

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Easyfoodsmith 29/11/19 18:46

Love sesame in my bakes and I can imagine how wonderful it must have been.

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Adina 3/12/19 09:45

Beautiful muffins, such a great crumb! I love black sesame and I have been using it a lot lately, I will put the muffins on my cooking list.

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