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Yoghurt Honey Madeleines



I made these cute Madeleines based on the cookbook 格点甜点厨房(Yoghurt Dessert Kitchen). The recipe is quite easy to follow without using the cake mixer and can be done within 15 minutes minus the baking time. These Madeleines are a bit on a dry side but the texture was soft because of yoghurt added and  had a slight fragrance of honey.  They tastes better the next day, just store them in an airtight container in room temperature. Good to go with a cuppa of coffee.




Yoghurt Honey Madeleines

      Ingredients: makes 15
          1 Egg (70g)
          20g Honey
          50g Sugar
          40g Natural yoghurt
          90g Plain flour 
          1/2 tsp Baking powder
          70g Melted butter






          Methods:
    • Grease mould with some soft butter and set aside.
    • Gently whisk egg, then add in sugar and honey into it. Whisk till sugar dissolved.
    • Add in natural yoghurt and whisk vigourously till batter becomes foamy.
    • Then gradually add in sifted flour and baking powder into batter mix till combined and becomes a thick paste.
    • Lastly add in melted butter in two batches and mix well.
    • Scoop batter into mould with a spoon.
    • Bake at preheated oven 180C for about 12 minutes or skewer inserted comes out clean.
    • Remove Madeleines from mould and place on wire rack to cool.


    Hope you have a great day! 


    Please take a look at this cute creation by SiewHwei  (posted on 19/Aug)


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    1. I want this for breakfast. Very nice and even color.

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    2. Your madeleines have such a nice and even color. I was going to bring you a madeleine pan the last time I visited. Pity we couldn't meet. Will bring it the next time :)

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      1. Thank you for thinking of me, always :) I promise will meet you the next time when you're here.

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    3. This is such a lovely recipe, thanks for sharing Ann. No beating stiff peaks, no creaming - sounds manageable for me :). I hv never seen a madeleine mould before...hmmm must go and search for it.

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      1. Hello Esther, Thanks for visiting. This is the most easy method, have a try :) You can get the moulds from Daiso.

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    4. nice mould & nice madelines too.. copy & save the recipe first, thanks ann :)

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    5. 很久之前就很想做这madeleines了,只是家里没这模子所以迟迟懒的动手,看到你做了又有冲动想马上买模开工。。哈哈哈!
      还没开工前先请拿几个回家当早餐。。。嘻嘻!

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    6. Pretty Madeleines.. Where did you get the mould? I could not find any here.

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      1. Christine, I got it from Daiso. I think there is a Daiso in KL, right?

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    7. Light golden yellow colour, just like the early sunlight. :) that special Madeline mould is very nice too. :))

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    8. 好清新的madeline,看了就想吃,我的模型被‘打枪’了,还回不到来,只好来你这里吃咯!嘻嘻!

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    9. 你的蛋糕有大肚子怀孕吗?我做了2次,每次都好像只怀孕3个月那样而已

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      1. 哈哈。。。很奇怪,我的做出来都是肚子平平的。

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    10. I made this once and have yet to try again..This recipe is quick, i think i need to make this soon.

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    11. These do look pretty and cute, would love to try but no mould :P

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    12. These look PERFECT! You are very clever!

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    13. Anncoo..looks pretty and I bet they taste good with yoghurt and honey..mmmm so healthy :)

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    14. These madeleines look pretty and yummy ! Perfectly-baked as well :D I have yet to try baking madeleines :P This recipe sounds easy :)

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    15. I have given the mould to my friend, come here to enjoy your cute little Madelines. I have to wait for sales to get another mould.

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      1. Li Shuan, I got it at only two dollar a piece from Daiso, cannot discount further :D

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    16. It looks so easy to make. I wonder if the texture is like kuih bahulu?

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      1. The texture slightly better than kuih bahulu. Have a try.

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    17. 很美丽哟
      形状特别漂亮:)

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    18. Ann, your madeleines look so perfect, nice and even color.

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    19. yogurt 做的蛋糕,我都很喜欢!

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      1. 是啊!我近来做的蛋糕都有yogurt,口感比较好吃。

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    20. I've always had a thing for madelines - something about the texture and sponginess. Love these!

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    21. Looks very simple yet very yummy!

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    22. they look a nice firm texture with a dense crumb. Oliver adores madeleines and I haven't made any in a while. We've got yogurt in the fridge - so may have to made some :-)

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    23. I love to use yogurt in baking.

      U cooling rack looks special.

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      1. Me too!
        That rack is actually for putting small pot . Got it from Daiso.

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    24. They look lovely, I love the addition of yogurt and honey, my kind of ingredients...! Have a nice day my friend!

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    25. Thank you Ann for making my birthday extra special. Now can you hurry up and get over here and bring me one of these. Pretty please.
      -Gina-

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      1. Sure Gina. Already tag this post to you on FB. Hope you enjoy it!
        Happy Birthday!

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    26. 我也要做,谢谢你的分享。请问口感如何?像muffin那样扎实吗?

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      1. 不客气。口感跟muffin差不多。最重要就是不要烘过头。

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    27. Hi Ann, your madeleines look awesome. Look cute and pretty. Nice click!

      Have a nice week ahead, regards.

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    28. Your Yoghurt Honey Madeleines are so pretty and look so perfect. I bet the honey and yogurt add a wonderful taste and aroma in these.

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    29. These are my children's favourite. Love your madeleines mould. Look so cute!

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    30. you remind me that my mould is sleeping for ages! haha...time to wake it up!

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    31. Hi Ann,
      Your Madeleines look really pretty with the golden crust.
      I never make this before was wondering does this taste Ike kueh bahulu?
      Your recipe seems easy and simple, must try to make this soon.
      Have a nice day..^^

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    32. very pretty! i think my madelienes moulds are quite similar to yours but the last time i made, the lines didnt come out clear, i think i shld butter them more:)

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      1. Hi Siew Hwei, Thank you for sharing your cute creation. It makes me smile too :)

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    34. yummieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!

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    35. Dun use yoghurt, milk replace can?

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    36. Hi,

      Thanks for the receipe. I finally found the Madelelines mould at Daiso Vivo yest after searching for some time. So Happy. Just made it this morning. Yummy.. Thanks. Have a great day:)

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      1. Hi Wendy, you're most welcome to try any of my recipes :)
        Happy Baking!

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    37. Hi Ann, can replace honey with golden syrup? Thanks

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