Wisconsin Beer Cheese Muffins

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12 muffins




  • Preheat oven to 400F and lightly grease muffin tin.
  • Mix the dry stuff and the wet stuff in different bowls, them mix together along with the cheese.
  • Spoon into prepared muffin tins and bake for 18 to 20 minutes.
  • When done let them sit for 5 minutes before taking them out of the pan.

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  1. polly4
    really wonderfull the recipe makes 12 muffins
  2. e.bikeboy
    I love these muffins! I did change it just a little. I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup, used sharp cheddar cheese and Pumpkin Ale. They came out really good. Great moist and light texture. So good! This is a very versatile recipe. Mix up the cheese, beer and sugar and you can have a muffin that compliments any meal you make. Quick and easy!
  3. Russell Cooks
    My family and I really enjoyed these unique muffins. I don't recommend to picky eaters, since this is a different flavor than I've ever had before. I did cut down on the sugar by 1/4 cup, and I recommend doing this if you're sensitive to sweetness.
  4. rcroushore44
    I was dissapointed at how sweet these were at first. Then I thought about sweet corn breads. Once we got over the initial surprise these dissapeared rapidly, I took some to work for lunch and ended up eating them for breakfast instead. I live in Wisconsin. I am trying this recipee with various New Glarus Brewing Co. beer and different kinds of cheeses. They freeze well too.
  5. texaskim
    Hate to criticize, but too sweet... cheese did not melt.... could only finish half of one muffin (and that had to be smothered in margarine) before the somewhat disagreeable taste got the better of me.... did have a really pleasant smell, though


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