7 Reviews

Mmmmm, what a tasty treat! These muffins are really, really yummy! They are spicy yet not overly so and have a great cheesy fluffly crunchy texture. I made a few changes due to dietary restrictions and what I had on hand: I used a yellow chili pepper as jalapenos were out, left out the sugar and used whole spelt flour in place of the ap. It all worked our really well and I couldnt stop munching on these treats. :) THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing your wonderful recipe with us, Pink! Made and reviewed for 1-2-3-Hit Wonders May 2010.

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Lalaloula May 27, 2010

YUM! i felt like making something savoury instead of sweet today, and found this recipe and couldn't resist. I switched up a few things due to not having them on hand, and also added some things i wanted to use up. I didn't have any sour cream, plain yogurt or milk for that matter, so I used cream cheese? Random but only thing I could think of and they turned out very nicely! I also added some finely chopped ham, and used half whole wheat flour with half white flour, and as per recommendations a little less sugar. Either way I highly recommend, and can't imagine these turning out badly any way you make them! Thanks for the great recipe, will be sure to make again!

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bakingdiamonds January 08, 2014

Very good, and easy to make too! I had to add a bit of milk though because the batter was quite dry and only used 1 ts of sugar. Delicious muffins! Thank you for sharing!

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stormylee April 04, 2011

Excellent. I added about 2 more tablespooons of jalapenos but other than that made as directed. The heat of the peppers was perfect for us. Texture right on. Went wonderfully with our steak dinner. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for PRMR :)

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~Nimz~ August 21, 2010

These were nice muffins. I would classify the dough more like a drop type biscuit dough. I used fat free sour cream and had to add about a 1/4 milk to be able mix dough properly. I used a combination of green pickled jalepenos and pickled red roasted jalepenos. Spicy and nice. Found they worked better served with a little pat of butter.

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Vicki in CT May 16, 2010

These turned out great! Here are my changes: added a dash of onion power instead of the onion, only added one large serrano chili that I sauteed first in a tiny bit of oil (it wasn't spicy enough so I'll need to add more chilies next time), and the batter was very dry so I added a tiny bit of milk. Very nice high muffins and easy to make too!

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Andtototoo! May 02, 2010

This was very easy, as noted, and delicious. I didn't have a muffin pan so I doubled up the recipe and cooked it in rectangular cake pan. I cooked it until a toothpick came out clean when placed in middle of cake. It went over quite well!!

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key_up September 19, 2006
Bea's Jalapeno Cheese Muffins