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Savory Breakfast Muffins

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (229 votes)

If you're tired of sweet breakfast muffins or just looking for a savory breakfast, try these--you'll love the smoky flavor from the Canadian bacon and the fresh-tasting combination of red bell pepper and scallions.



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"When I took my first bite I said to myself "Where's the sweet?" I expected a muffin to be sweet. After eating one, I decided to try part of another with a tablespoon of All Fruit Blueberry (30 Cal/tbs). That did the trick. These could...
Savory Breakfast Muffins Recipe

42 Reviews for Savory Breakfast Muffins

05/21/2013
Anonymous

Just made these - as per the recipe - very dry and bland. Will try to twick them abit and see what happens.

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04/15/2013
Anonymous
Yummy

Made these muffins as looking at some healthy eating was very impressed first attempt and they tasted great with a little butter so not to dry.

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01/26/2013
Anonymous
Our Favorite Muffin

When I make these they are not dry and have plenty of flavor. I substitute 1 cup of almond meal for the cup of regular flour, and I use white whole wheat flour for the rest. The texture is very light with a delicate crumb. Hot pepper jelly is delicious or even black bean dip on them. Or honey...

Not sweet
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09/25/2012
DRY muffins

I followed the recipe except changed the Canadian bacon to zesty sausage. Everything else the same and they came out soooooo dry. No one in my house will eat them so had to trash the entire batch. I don't recommend this recipe.

Easy to assemble
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09/16/2012
Great Breakfast

I tried these for a birthday celebration at work, but saved a few for my breakfast. They went so fast and people wanted more so I wound up bringing the rest to work as well. We put some low fat garden herb cream cheese spread on them which was fabulous!

Quick and Easy
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