By KelBel on January 21, 2005
Photo by MsSally
Photo by MsSally
"Great with soup or for breakfast with eggs. This recipe is from a booklet I got at the grocery store, created by a WebMD doctor to encourage consumption of dairy products."
Serving Size: 1 (71 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 9
"Delicious little muffins! I made to take to work this week with some soup I've pulled out of the freezer, but we did taste test them! So fast and easy to make! Thanks for posting! Edited to add: These freeze well. Just reheat in microwave on 50% power for 1 1/2-2 minutes."
"Tasty muffins. I used Recipe#145489 and turkey ham. I doubled this to make for lunchboxes. Mine did not rise and were, therefore, funny looking but incredibly tasty. My only issue was that I think this had a little too much cheese for my taste and it was tough to tell when they were done. That said, the kids love these in their lunches so I'll probably make them again. Thanks."
"These were a big hit at my house. So good and easy. Definately will make again. We served it with soup and they were a great addition."
"These muffins are very easy and delicious. I used yellow sharp cheddar and my Baking Mix aka "bisquick" Recipe #163739. These were baked in my silicone muffin pan and the yield was 6 large muffins. Served these with scrambled eggs and sliced tomatoes for a wonderful brunch."
"This is a great breakfast meal in one muffin. Quick and easy to come together and really tasty. I shared them with our friends and everyone just loved them. I am thinking on trying them with green chilies in them next time. Thanks for a keeper! I will be making these again really soon. "
"I love having breakfast at night and this was delicious with eggs and spiced fruit. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"this was so easy to make, and dd4 thought they tasted like mac'n'cheese, which is a good thing, she ate 2. i had to cook mine for 25 minutes before they were done. this made 9 muffins, and went well alongside scrambled eggs."