27 Reviews

This recipe works great, I followed the directions exactly. I took the advice of s'kat and nuked the pepperoni to get rid of the grease.I didn't own mini muffin pans and bought them just for this recipe - good investment. I'll make this again and again for parties.

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Pat from Ohio December 17, 2003

I made these the first time following the recipe exactly and nuked the pepperoni first,they were delicious. My mini muffin pan makes 24 so I put it all in those. I made them again using 1/2 pound of bulk sausage and mozzarella cheese. They were good but I like them better with cheddar cheese, more flavour. Thank you for the great recipe.

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Dorel January 24, 2004

Excellent Recipe, I had a dinner party last night and they were a hit! Everyone was asking for the Recipe!

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j1m404 January 18, 2004

My new favorite recipe! These were so easy to make and so good! I added some garlic powder and made them in large muffin pans. The entire batch was devoured by our guests!

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Cookbook Barbie March 18, 2004

I made these for a get together with friends and they were a hit! I did nuke the pepperoni, and it didn't seem to sacrifice the flavor a bit. I did make one boo boo though... I forgot to add the egg! But they still came out great! I did them in regular size muffin tins for a more "hearty" snack. Great recipe!

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Melli_Fera March 18, 2004

Pretty good recipe..although I think next time I would add a little salt and perhaps garlic powder...I baked them in a regular muffin pan and it worked just fine..

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chef FIFI March 02, 2004

This is a great recipy. I altered it a bit. I had some spicy sliced pepperoni (left over from pizza we made), and it was to spicy for my kids so I chopped up about 1/2 cup. I also finely chopped up some green pepper and mushroom (combined 1/2 cup). I realized I only had about 3/4 cup of chedder grated, so I added parmesan cheese to equal 1 cup with the chedder. Then I added about 1/2 tsp. of chilli powder and a pinch of cayanne. Boy it was awsome.

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Luv4food February 18, 2004

These are wonderful!!! I doubled the recipe for a party, and they were gone in no time and very easy to make...numerous requests for the recipe!!!

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kaky41 February 08, 2004

I served these on Superbowl Sunday. We liked them warm, when cold they were a little bit tougher in texture. I added garlic pepper, cayenne, and pizza seasoning. I also served warm pizza sauce for dipping.

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AmyMCGS February 02, 2004

Made these yesterday for our Condo Happy Hour. Should have doubled the recipe as they were gone right away and with many great comments. In fact I have to give the recipe to many people. I followed the recipe (did not add any cayenne, etc. as my pepperoni was pretty spicy) Thanks s'kat for a great recipe.

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KelownaEcho January 30, 2004
Pepperoni Puffs