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November 12, 2007

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breadchick

OH BOY!! Crumpets!!! I just got a set of crumpet rings that I've been dying to use and now you have given me the perfect excuse to make some tonight.

Yours look lovely

Deborah

Yum!! These sound delicious!!!

Jules

I tried to make crumpets a couple of weeks ago. They tasted great, but the texture wasn't right. I might give your recipe a go.

Tamami

Jenga stage cupboard!! ;-) he he! I know that phenomenon well...

Anh

I LOVE your title! Everything with butter can cheer me up!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Oh yes Laura! Me me me too! Those look amazing! I've not tried crumpets. After seeing these I know I need to try them. Big holes for butter.

Laura

Breadchick: I've got to get a hold of some rings. I had to raid the cookie cutters to find any moulds big enough to make the crumpets and they were such a hassle to unmould!

Deborah: They were yum Deborah thanks!

Jules: I would have been happier with a bubblier batter but the texture ended up just how I like it, soft and chewy, so I'll be giving this recipe another go.

Tamami: I'd love to get a look at your baking cupboard I imagine there are a lot of heart shaped tart tins lying around!

Anh: Thank you, butter and I have been very good friends for many years now!

Tanna: The bigger the better! Just don't wear your best dress while eating them!

TadMack

We called these English muffins in the U.S. -- these look MUCH nicer than store-bought. Tasty! Thanks for sharing!

Rachel@fairycakeheaven

In a word DIVINE!!!

Can't wait to make these at the weekend, must find me a crumpet ring somewhere cos star and butterfly shapes seem like WAY too much effort :)

Lydia

Crumpets! I've never tried making them, but my Canadian-English husband loves them with tea, so I'm printing this recipe.

Laura

Make sure his little finger is correctly positioned Lydia!

Anita

Scrumptious crumpets! I love the heart-shaped mold you used!

Maryann@FindingLaDolceVita

"the Jenga stage"..too funny!

Aimee

Oh yum, I've never seen crumpets being made. They look amazing!

pedanticwally

These are muffins. Crumpets have egg in their batter and are... rubbery, for want of a better word. I was happier when I didn't know the difference, because I like saying "tea and crumpets" but prefer eating tea and muffins. Can I have one?

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