30 minutes is too long to bake - 20-25 is more than enough. A quick and very easy way to dispose of strawberries that aren't worthy of eating by themselves. Tastes just like Eat n Park.
I had some strawberries that needed using up, so decided on muffins. These are very easy to assemble and have a nice crumb. :)
Thank you, thank you, from one Shannon to another! We just moved east from Pittsburgh, and my son is obsessed with these muffins. You have made one happy little man and I haven't even made them yet! (Giving the rating based simply on my happiness at finding the recipe!)
My husband is obsessed with strawberry muffins but I couldn't find a great recipe. When I say Eat n Park I knew I had to try them. I'm glad I did. Thanks for the great recipe. PS: Using brown sugar is great too.
It's been a while since I've lived near an Eat N' Park, but these are just like the muffins I loved!
We loved these! I made them for a church function and made mini-muffins. I doubled the recipe and we had more than enough to for church and some for us to have snacks later on. The only thing I changed was to add about 1/2 t. of cinnamon to the dry mixture since I love the strawberry -cinnamon combination and have a strawberry bread recipe that calls for cinnamon. Topped with "sugar in the raw" before baking and they turned out perfect. Baking time for mini-muffins is about 15-18 minutes and I did line the muffin tin with the muffin papers.
I've never heard of Eat N' Park but the recipe sounded delicious so I tried it. I'm currently pregnant with a bad swelling problem so I was looking for low sodium breakfast type recipe options when I came across this recipe. The recipe was easy to make and the muffins came out absolutely wonderful. Too bad they wont be my breakfast... my husband ate them all! I will definitely be making these again.