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Grandma’s quark muffins with vanilla pudding


Grandma’s quark muffins with vanilla pudding



. From now on I will only bake these muffins.

Ready to change up your muffin game with a recipe that’s been a favorite for generations? Grandma’s

curd muffins with vanilla pudding are the only muffins you’ll want to bake from now on. The unique


addition of the vanilla quark pudding mix not only provides a delicious taste, but also ensures that

each muffin is irresistibly moist and tender. Whether you’re a baking newbie or a seasoned pro, this

recipe promises to be a valuable addition to your baking repertoire.



200 g flour


2 teaspoons baking powder

2 eggs

400 g cottage cheese

120 g sugar

120 g soft butter


1 packet of vanilla pudding powder

A little oil to grease the mold


Start with the base: Start by creaming together the butter and sugar until well combined. This process

creates a loose base, which is essential to the texture of your muffins.

Mix the ingredients: Add eggs, cottage cheese, flour, baking powder and vanilla pudding powder to


the butter-sugar mixture. Mix everything together until you get a smooth and creamy dough. The

vanilla quark pudding not only provides a unique taste, but also contributes to the moisture of the

muffins.Prepare your muffin tin: If you are using a muffin tin, be sure to grease it well with a little oil.

As an extra precaution to prevent sticking, place the greased pan in the refrigerator to cool until you

are ready to fill it with the dough. This step ensures that the muffins release easily after baking.

Bake to perfection: Preheat your oven to 160°C (320°F). Fill the greased muffin tin with the batter and

smooth the surface.Bake in the preheated oven for about 40 minutes, or until the muffins are golden

brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Personalize your muffins: You can add a personal touch to your muffins by adding fruits like cherries,


blueberries or even chocolate chips to the batter before baking. This adds an extra layer of flavor and

texture to each muffin, making it even more special.

Service: Allow the muffins to cool in the tin for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool

completely. Serve it as a delicious breakfast, snack or as a sweet treat with afternoon tea.Tip:

The quark in this recipe not only provides a subtle taste, but also keeps the muffins incredibly moist. If

cottage cheese is not available in your area, you can substitute it with a similar soft cheese or even

Greek yogurt, adjusting the consistency of the dough as needed.

Enjoy the delicious simplicity of grandma’s curd muffins with vanilla pudding and enjoy the smiles

they bring to your table. Enjoy!

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