By wicked cook 46 on March 12, 2009
Photo by breezermom
Photo by breezermom
"From Southern Living"
Serving Size: 1 (934 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These are so surprisingly light tasting! I thought I'd taste the cream cheese and green onions more, but the flavors are very subtle. This is a definite repeat recipe! Thanks for sharing!"
"These are really awesome. They are more popovers than muffins though. The flavor is wonderful, and I can't wait to make them again and serve with a roast for an elegant dinner. Great recipe, thanks for sharing! :)"
"Totally delicious and oh so very good. I used a regular egg, but other then that, followed exactly. Grabbed some fresh green onions from the garden and the taste just burst with flavor! Will make these again, very easy to put together. Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* August 2009"
"This were really good. I tried to screw it up from the get-go, however. I didn't realize it was HALF the package of cream cheese until I was beating it. I was able to correct and follow through! LOL They smelled wonderful baking, and were very tasty. A unique muffin. I will make these again. I loved them. Made for Everyday's a Holiday TAG"
"These are delicious. I found them almost popover like in texture, very light. The flavor of the green onions are mild & they add to the appearance of the muffin. I will be making these again!"
"These are great. Nice little popover like muffins. Great savory taste for mixing with soups and stews."
"These are just delicious! I cook for my elderly parents, and made these to go along with their lunch. They really enjoyed these! I also used Splenda, which worked just great! Very good! I will make these again! Made for Holiday Tag"
"These are awesome! I followed the recipe except I used a sub sugar. I made them this am for dinner tonight. Of course I had to try one. I will forsure be making these again. Thanks for sharing this great recipe."
"I used Recipe #55564, low fat cream cheese and just 1/2 tsp of Splenda for the sugar in the 6 muffins that I made. Thy are light as a feather and would be amazing with an Easter ham. They did stick to the pan even though I sprayed it with Pam. Nothing against the recipe as my tins are getting older. I was able to loosen them with a spoon handle and get them out ok. I don't think that some extra green onion would be amiss. I baked @ 350 for 20 mins. Made for Photo Tag."