My sister has been making these wonderful muffins for her one year old son and they taste great!

So I asked her for the recipe one day and she said she had found it from a baby weaning book! Who’d ever thought such baby books can churn out lovely recipes that even adults love!

Of course I couldn’t follow the recipe fully. I omitted a few ingredients and used plain instead of self-raising flour but it didn’t affect the result (just don’t substitute baking powder with baking soda!)

Dry Ingredients

1. 2 cups plain flour

2. 1 tsp baking powder

3. A handful of snipped chives

4. 1/2 cup grated parmesan

5. 1/2 cup grated cheddar

6. A few turns of black pepper

Wet Ingredients

1. 220 ml buttermilk

2. 100 ml vegetable oil

3. 1 egg

Beat the three wet ingredients well and incorporate into the dry ones. Mix well and spoon into muffin liners halfway. This mixture yield ten cups. Top with quartered cherry tomatoes and bake in a 160-170 degree Celsius oven till done.

Update: I made another batch today using heirloom baby tomatoes