Corn Muffins

"Finally, a corn muffin that doesn't crumble into dust!"
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6 muffins




  • Preheat oven to 400°F
  • Grease muffin tin, Do not use muffin papers!
  • Combine wet ingredients.
  • In a separate bowl combine dry ingredients.
  • Blend the two,put in muffin cups.
  • Bake for 15-18 minutes until golden brown.

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  1. It did not turn out all that great. I thought it was going turn out thick and creamy instead it came out airy and grainy. I followed the instructions step by step.
  2. These muffins were super easy to throw together. I reduced the sugar by 1 tbsp as we like a less sweet muffin. Mine did not rise much, maybe I need to check my baking powder! But nevermind, they were great as they were.
  3. Delicious corn muffins! So easy to make and just the right amount of sweetness. They popped right out of the muffin tin without any resistance and were nice and moist. Thank goodness we have some leftover for another meal. Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag, May, 2013.
  4. Pammyowl, can I just say, that I corn muffins and these are one of the best that I have tried on this site. Really enjoyed the flavor and texture of this delicious treat. These big beautiful muffins were the perfect side to serve with Jamacian Pot Roast and Rice & Peas. The muffins soaked up the spicy gravy perfectly. The dh & I each had a muffin as soon as they came out of the oven, slathered with butter because we couldn't help ourselves, they smelled so good and tasted even better. Thanks for sharing another winner my friend.
  5. (This is my second review - I'm so caught up in the Packers/Vikings game that I forgot to hit "post review") Anyway, you are correct that these have a wonderful texture and flavor as well!<br/>And they go well with your Kielbasa and Eggs recipe #490011. thanks pammy!


<p><img src= alt=width=320 height=234 /><img src= alt=width=160 height=160 /><img src= alt=width=160 height=90 /> alt= /&gt;I &nbsp;am an avid cook and baker. I have a Farmers Market stand where I sell breads and sweets. I am really enjouing my stand, as I get to make all kinds of breads, although the sweets are the big attraction! I am married to theworlds &nbsp;most wonderful man, have an aan amazingly &nbsp;brilliant child (of course I would say that!). &nbsp;In short, I am a verry happy, cheerful woman. Baking bread is my passion, but I love to cook anything.&nbsp;</p> <p>I have two great dogs, Jack and Lucy, a black lab and a boxer/pitbull mix, respectively.</p> <p>My rating system;</p> <p>5 stars= great, had fun making it and will make again</p> <p>4= made some changes as the recipe needed tweaking</p> <p>3= probably will not make again</p> <p>I will not post a 2 or 1 star rating, I'd rather post the review with no stars and share some possible fixes:)</p>
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