By Nicole Brummett on November 11, 2001
Photo by ~Leslie~
Photo by ~Leslie~
"These are great for any meal, bake sales, food gifts, and get-togethers. This came from Quick Cooking magazine."
Serving Size: 1 (622 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This recipe couldn't be easier and it's very tasty too. I would say it was more like a scone than a muffin, but either way my 8 year old can't get enough of them. Next time I will add more ham than called for though, probably double the ham. My muffins were completely cooked in 15 minutes, but my stove is brand new and may bake a little on the hot side. I added shredded cheddar on top and kept 1/2 out to eat right away and froze the other 1/2 individually in tinfoil. I just unwrapped them and popped them in the microwave for 1 minute and they were a great breakfast on the go! I love this recipe and will be making this one again! Thanks! :)"
"I found that it tasted salting, and I could taste the baking soda. I didn't have self-rising flour so I used the Note. May have been better if using the self rising."
"Quick and easy to make! Very tasty too."
"I doubled this and baked it in a 17x12 sheet pan for an OAMC lunch. I did double the amount of ham, and my DH and DS wished I added even more than that (they wanted a piece of ham in every bite). Added green onions and added some diced x-tra sharp cheese that was waiting to be used up plus a little of the shrd. cheddar. The texture is like bisquick, so it was on the dry side."
"Nice. I used whole wheat pastry flour (and used the helpful hint on how to make it self-rising), skim milk, and fat free mayo. These were pretty moist and had nice flavor. Better warm then cold, they were still fine in lunchboxes."
"Thanks! I did this with Grands flakey layers. Peeled apart and filled with ham cheese and 1/2tsp of Olive oil mayo. Perfect size for my 5 yr olds lunch."
"I love this snack it's so good, but instead of school lunches I use it for snack in my grandma's daycare...
Yolanda's Family Daycare"
"I really liked the Muffins but the Instructions were really confusing. I dont think you need to add any salt. the ham is salty enough"
"Like ChrisTamara, I also thought this had a slight baking powder taste. The inside was soft and fluffy when hot. It was nice but I didn't exactly love it. I followed the recipe exactly, except to use vegetarian "ham"."
"Easy to make and delicious! Served with homemade tomato soup. I just popped the leftovers in the toaster oven for a quick snack, but would also be great for breakfast, or lunch, or dinner, or brunch, or tea...or elevensies anyone? Yum!"