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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

42 Reviews for Savory Breakfast Muffins

09/28/2009
Anonymous

I baked a batch to try for Sunday Brunch. I am not a vegetarian, but my daughter is, so I left out the bacon and added extra cheese and some diced walnuts. They turned out very good, but need a little extra flavor. We decided next time to add a little garlic to the batter, and since my husband is from New Mexico, I will be adding chiles instead of (or in addition to) bell peppers! I also substituted the regular flour with soy flour, which would lower the carbs somewhat. Somehow my batter made 18 muffins, 6 more than the recipe said it would. Maybe I made them smaller, but they turned out perfect. These muffins have real potential. Try them!

Terri, Las Vegas, NV

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I was slightly disappointed by these. Don't get me wrong, they weren't horrible or anything, but I guess I was expecting them to taste better because the ingredients that went into them were so good. They just seemed a little bland, like they were missing something. And I couldn't even taste the cheese, so it seems like putting it in is just a waste of calories. I think next time I will add 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese in addition to the cheddar. Also, I might try them with some jalapeno jelly. The texture was great, however.

Erin, Oklahoma City, OK

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