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Bake for 15-18 minutes or until a fork inserted comes out clean. Allow to cool for 30 minutes before eating.
A bit of advice, you may want to make a double batch of these since they seem to go rather quickly… My mother, sister and cousin were over when I made them and by the next morning, there were none left. Between those three, my husband, my daughter and myself all 18 muffins were gone! Poor Reid does not get to try any until his birthday, and even then it will be a special treat that he will not get again for awhile.
These muffins can also be made into a cake for a first birthday party or any celebration!Bon Appétit!
Chef MommaMaple Cream Cheese Frosting 3/4 cup of mashed sweet potato 1/3 cup cream cheese at room temperature or soft unripened goat cheese at room temperature 2 tablespoons of softened butter 4-5 tablespoons of maple syrup (add extra tablespoon for very sweet) 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon plus extra for dusting on the cake as garnish In a large mixing bowl add all of the ingredients (except for the dusting cinnamon). You can either hand whip it with a whisk or use a hand mixer or food processor. I used my hand with a whisk (it’s a great upper arm work out!), I find that hand whipping it adds an umph to the frosting, where as beating it makes it a bit airy, but it’s a personal choice. Whip, blend or process until the frosting becomes spreadable, then with a spatula, take a large glob and throw in on the top of the cake, spreading the frosting around carefully