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Savory Breakfast Muffins

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

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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

43 Reviews for Savory Breakfast Muffins

12/27/2009

We made this for Christmas brunch. They were great reheated (made them one day ahead). Wonderful with cream cheese! We will definitely make them again.

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10/13/2009
Anonymous

The basic recipe is good. I just "tweaked" it a little for my family. I made the muffins a little spicier aby dding abour 1/2 teaspoon of chili powder and about 1 teaspoon of hot sauce. I also used 4 pieces of crumbled bacon rather than canadian bacon. I've also used both red and green peppers and substituted red onion or vidalia onion for the scallions.

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

Found this recipe in a newspaper, and I'm hooked! So much better than a "sweet" breakfast.

Carla, Vashon, WA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

we used cooked bacon instead of canadian, and substituted diced green chilis for the pepper. then, we paired these with the mini quiches. we opened the muffins and put the quiches in the middle. great stuff.

anonymous, fairfield, ca

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

Well, the muffin was disappointing. I like the texture, the whole wheat flour was definitely a plus on that. It did seem bland - in fact, my husband hated them. I didn't think they were too bad. Probably won't make again.

jennifer, KY

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