40 Reviews

I have made these twice in the last 2 weeks to accompany dinner. Very tasty and easy to put together. I added extra garlic and used green onion. Just the right amount of sweet and savoury. Thanks for the recipe. Catherine

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blakesle January 28, 2003

Yum, these were wonderful. I added a heaping tablespoon of mayo to the batter and they were moist and delicious! Thanks!

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Miss ~V~ February 08, 2005

These muffins REALLy do live up to all the hype! The outside was nice a crispy and the insides tender and tasty! I also enjoyed the ease of preparation. I made exactly to directions but sprinkled the top with a garlic bread seasoning. I served the with a soup for dinner on a snowy night and they were perfect. Thanks Jude for sharing this great recipe! A definite must try for all!

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Michelle S. January 06, 2005

What luscious muffins!!!! And very,very easy to make. I used green onions -- probably 12 or 13 of them (and included some of the green part). In addition to the two cloves of garlic, I also added in 1/4 t. garlic powder -- and I added about 1/2 c. grated parm. These were moist and light. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

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Bobbie October 13, 2010

These are gorgeous and smelled heavenly when they were baking. I made them yesterday as part of a luncheon I am serving today and DH and I could not resist having a taster! I baked them in my heart shaped muffin cups and they turned out lovely. Rose high, with a beautiful texture and wonderful flavour! I know my guests will love them, in fact I am going to make another batch this morning as I am sure they will be very popular! Thanks for a great recipe!

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MarieRynr December 19, 2004

Very good! I served this aside a steak dinner. Next time I will add a bit more garlic and onion for a little extra flavor.

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TheDancingCook September 10, 2003

Very easy, quick and veeeery good! But I used little bit more milk than 1 cup because I decided that the batter was too thick (maybe the egg I used was too little), so it took 25 minutes to cook them instead of 20. Excellent taste and texture: the onion is just transparent and looks like glazed inside the muffin.... Yummmm!

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teresaspindel July 24, 2003

These were great,i added a lot more garlic & because of family allergy problems i replaced the milk with water,took them to the in-laws for Easter dinner & they were a hit.Thanks for posting them Barb

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bubblegirl April 22, 2003

I prefer to make recipes as posted the first time, but this time I followed other reviewers suggestions and added extra garlic. I will make these again, but not increase the garlic. The garlic was way too strong for our taste. They had a wonderful texture, fluffy on the inside and a little crisp on the top. They will be very yummy for me if I use the amount stated in the recipe.

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ohgal February 08, 2016

I never cook from scratch but these are easy , awesome dinner treats . I've also been using the base (minus onion & garlic ) to make all kinds of muffins . Apple and cinnamon , raspberry and white choc , orange and dark choc. Perfect for beginners like me.

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Michelle H. July 19, 2015
Garlic-Onion Dinner Muffins