I am a modest cook, not a baker or a chief. I am expanding my skill set. I like to follow recipes pretty close the first time. These turned good. My non-stick mini-muffin pan has 24 spaces, but it worked OK. I did them for 21 minutes and with the second batch, of tiny muffins, I did for 19.5 minutes and improved results. The pecan halves were on sale and cost less than my usual broken pieces so I added a half pecan to the top. That was weird, chopping pecan halves to get chopped pecans. I had sprayed and completely floured the pan. I dumped a cup of flour into one part and then dumped it onto a flex cutting sheet. Dumped that flour into another section and dumped it again onto the flex cutting sheet. Repeat until all holes coated. Remaining flour used for the recipe. When I took them out of the oven and tapped them onto the table; those that did not pop out easy I prised them with a 1/2 inch wide spreader. Only broke one, which I considered a volunteer for tasting. Yummy and easy! Clean up required soaking the pan a few minutes so reloading a double batch took longer than expected. I froze my batch of 45 for a party. The other two went to my preparing dinner for my wife.
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I am a modest cook, not a baker or a chief. I am expanding my skill set. I like to follow...