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LauraJo98

I enjoy cooking but find myself baking more and more. I like making things from scratch, but every so often I will opt for a quick method and then add to it to give a more homemade taste.
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LauraJo98 rated and reviewed the recipe Apple-Cheddar Muffins
Apple-Cheddar Muffins
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"This is a yummy breakfast muffin served with a scrambled egg and a slice or two of crispy friend bacon; or by itself as you're flying out the door. I created mine using what was left of a red delicious apple, peeled and cut into quarter inch cubes. It measured about 1-1/4 cup of chopped apple. I finely chopped the 1/4 cup. Mixed the apple in with the sugar and cinnamon, then added this to the Biquick and cheese, and tossed to combine. I whisked all my wet ingredients together then added them to the dry, gently folding only until moist. The batter was a little thick. I sprayed my cups and filled 3/4 full - yielding only 10 muffins. I put some water in the empty cups. Baked at 375 (not 400) for 15 minutes and they were perfectly tender and moist. Other reviewers seem to be wanting a sweeter desert like muffin, but I was after something more savory. I liked this recipe as written (had added more apple cuz I needed to use it up). If anything, maybe a few shreds of cheese placed on top the muffin just before baking. OH, and I didn't use cheddar but used some pre-shredded mozzarella and colby cuz that's what I had (and it was cheaper than block cheese the day I bought it). Will make again! They're delicious!"
Posted on 9/18/2009
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Posted 9/18/2009 1:28:01 AM REPORT ABUSE
Apple-Cheddar Muffins
Apple-Cheddar Muffins
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This is a yummy breakfast muffin served with a scrambled egg and a slice or two of crispy friend bacon; or by itself as you're flying out the door. I created mine using what was left of a red delicious apple, peeled and cut into quarter inch cubes. It measured about 1-1/4 cup of chopped apple. I finely chopped the 1/4 cup. Mixed the apple in with the sugar and cinnamon, then added this to the Biquick and cheese, and tossed to combine. I whisked all my wet ingredients together then added them to the dry, gently folding only until moist. The batter was a little thick. I sprayed my cups and filled 3/4 full - yielding only 10 muffins. I put some water in the empty cups. Baked at 375 (not 400) for 15 minutes and they were perfectly tender and moist. Other reviewers seem to be wanting a sweeter desert like muffin, but I was after something more savory. I liked this recipe as written (had added more apple cuz I needed to use it up). If anything, maybe a few shreds of cheese placed on top the muffin just before baking. OH, and I didn't use cheddar but used some pre-shredded mozzarella and colby cuz that's what I had (and it was cheaper than block cheese the day I bought it). Will make again! They're delicious!
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