Parmesan Corn Muffins

  • MaryAnnejGill Posted: 09/16/12
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    My husband loved these! They had great flavor and texture. I used 3/4 c. milk + 1/2 c. greek yogurt with dill insteak of buttermilk and green onions instead of chive.

  • GrandmaKY Posted: 08/31/12
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    Louisville, KY

    I just finished making both the parmesan cheese and the rasberry muffins. BOTH are absolutely delicious. I followed the recipes and woundn't change anything. I put them both in the freezer for another day. Rasberry for breakfast and Parmesan for dinner with salads.

  • debbieshuman Posted: 10/27/12
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    I followed the recipe exactly except that I baked them an extra minute and they still did not brown much if any but they taste good so I guess that's what matters. These are much better than the raspberry ones, which we were very disappointed in because we expected more sweetness. These are definitely savory (as expected).

  • cookfromchicago Posted: 09/13/12
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    I only tried the raspberry version. No one liked them. They have amost no sweetness. They need sugar to distinguish them from the savory version.

  • laurasl Posted: 08/28/12
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    Easy to make and very flavorful. I did have to bake 5 min. longer (18 min. total), but will be my go to savory muffin/bread. Usually when I have made savory muffins, they have been either dry or somewhat tasteless. Lovely texture and can taste all the flavors in this recipe.

  • Hollybubba Posted: 08/20/12
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    Just made these and was very pleased. The muffins are light and very moist. Sometimes corn muffins are quite "sandy", but these have a great texture and wonderful flavor. If you like your cornbread extra sweet, your may be disappointed, but again, these are terrific.

  • Kalifish Posted: 01/02/13
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    Made these last night and they were the perfect compliment to our New Year's Day dinner of collards and black eyed peas. I did not have chives on hand so left them out but plan to use them in the future. This savory corn muffin will become a regular in our house.

  • pgdewitt Posted: 10/24/12
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    We all found these really bland. Ate a few, but ended up tossing most of them in the trash.

  • BasiaM Posted: 02/15/14
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    Easy recipe, great texture, didn't change anything. excellent.

  • Sue0601 Posted: 07/21/13
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    OK, nothing to write home about.


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