These are fantastic!!!! I had some ham to use , and just couldn't find anything "different" to make. I ran across these and thought what the heck. I am SO glad I did! Just the perfect balance of flavors for us , no subs or anything ... I might consider trying swiss cheese in them at some point , but wow these are great! Thanks so much for posting!!! **edited to add , I've made these several times now , they're such a big hit. Today I was cooking a ton of food , and didn't want to mess with individual muffins so I doubled the recipe , put it all into a 13x9 pan , and baked for about 30 minutes. Now I have to cut it into squares , like a cornbread I guess , but that's ok! It worked out GREAT!!
These are so good! My husband doesn't like traditional muffins but loves these. Thanks for sharing!
Very good! Savory muffin with a great texture and a great use for leftover ham. Perfect to reheat for breakfast. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Very tasty! I used buttermilk in place of milk. The bottle of dijon was empty in the fridge (sigh)..so I used Cranberry Dijon in place....added a touch of cayenne pepper....awesomeness!!
Carefully watch at the end--do not overbake. My second batch came out perfect in 20 minutes in regular sized muffin tins.
Will do again and again I'm sure!
These are really good, it's a great snack or breakfast ;) yummmy
These are so yummy:) I never follow a recipe exactly but this time I did & it did not disappoint! I just ate 2 fresh from the oven! I thought I had messed something up when combining the ingredients because it was so thick but they turned out great once they were baked. Thanks for another great recipe Babzy!!!! ;)
Awesome muffins Babzy. I really enjoyed the flavor and texture of these muffins. What a perfect way to use up leftover ham. I used a beautiful maple glazed spiral ham, thinly sliced green onions and really old sharp cheddar. I will be enjoying them again tomorrow for breakfast. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for ZWT7 for Witchin Kitchen.
Good, basic recipe easily made with things you probably have at home.
This was good, just not spectacular. I felt like something was missing and couldn't quite put my finger on it. I added the optional sauteed red pepper and used sharp cheddar. I think they were tastier warm rather than at room temperature. I will try them again maybe with some herbs in it, see if that htis the spot. It is a fantastic use of leftover ham.
I had some leftover ham and wanted to make something my highschool daughter could take in her sparse lunch that would add some nutritional punch and what could be better than breakfast in a muffin. I didn't have dijon mustard on hand so used a dutch grainy mustard.