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Mini Greek Pizza Muffins

November/December 2007

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All the flavors of a Greek pizza make these savory muffins bite-size treats for adults and kids alike.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I have served these awesome little muffins for a couple of events now and everyone loves them! I always get requests for the recipe and am now making them for a friend to serve at a bridal shower. ~Lindsay~ "
Mini Greek Pizza Muffins

12 Reviews for Mini Greek Pizza Muffins

09/23/2014
Anonymous
Addictive!

I baked these up, and they smelled great! I took a bite, thought the flavor was just so-so...but then I couldn't stop eating them. So there you go.

cute, smells great
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07/06/2014
Came out as instructed but tastes just OK

Looks pretty and was excited to serve. But, the flavor was just OK. Surprising cause the batter does taste like pizza with fresh oregano. But, backed, not my cup of tea. Maybe I should replace with ingredients that are not greek, although then it would not be healthy.

Came out looking beautiful and perfectly moist
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06/26/2014
Anonymous
Recipe might need to be doubled to make 2 dozen

These smell really great in the oven, however was disappointed that I barely got 17 sad looking mini-muffin bites out of the batter. In hindsight, should perhaps double the recipe as listed and then be more generous filling up the mini-muffin tins.

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04/12/2013
Anonymous
maybe better with a spread

I made these for "Healthy Lunch Fridays." They smell awesome, but only taste ok. They may be better with a spread, a dip, or with soup.

healthy, easy to make, ingredients easily available, smells fragrant
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09/18/2012
Anonymous
Interesting

These are in the oven now, I'm excited! I made a couple of changes. I omitted the feta and olives and added tuna and mushrooms. Instead of making mini ones my batter spread to 6 normal sized ones which means 80 calories for 1. That's still amazing though and it will be filling I'm sure!

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