Saturday, March 12, 2016

Quick Cheddar Cheese Muffins

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This cheddar cheese muffin recipe is really supposed to be a cheddar cheese bread recipe baked in a 9" x 5" bread pan, but I decided to make it in muffin pans, and WOW!! they came out perfect.

I made this years ago when I was just a young lad, and thought it was time to make it again. The only problem was that I couldn't remember how to make this. So I went down to the basement and started digging through old recipes, and after about 20 minutes there it was just where I had left it.

Here is what I used for these Quick Cheese Muffins:

1/3 cup butter (5 tablespoons)
2 - 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
5 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups (8oz.) shredded cheddar cheese, I used mild you can use sharp if you like
1 - 1/2 cups quick oats or old fashioned
1 - 1/2 cups milk
2 eggs


Here is how I did this: Cheddar Cheese Muffin Recipe

In my KitchenAid mixing bowl, I added the flour, baking powder, butter, and salt. Turned it on low speed until the mixture looked like coarse crumbs.

Then I cut in the cheese, oats, milk, and eggs continuing on low speed until the mixture resembles a sticky batter.
The batter
I sprayed the muffin pans with Pam nonstick baking spray and scoped the mixture in with my ice cream scope level to the top.
In the muffin pan level to top
I preheated the oven to 375 degrees and baked on the center rack for 30 minutes. This recipe yielded me 16 nice cheddar cheese muffins. The original recipe in a bread pan says to bake at 375 degrees for 60 minutes.

savoury cheese muffins
Right out of the oven

 I was really thinking that these were going to stick in the muffin pans but they popped right out with no problems.

You know I had to have the first one while it was hot

Well, I hope you enjoyed, as always thanks for stopping by.

13 comments:

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    1. Thanks Laurie, Real easy to make and habit forming!!!

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  2. A hot, cheesey muffin sounds as good as it looks, Sam! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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    1. Thanks Susan for stopping by I'm on my way to finishing these all off and I just made them yesterday :)

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  3. A hot, cheesey muffin sounds as good as it looks, Sam! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  4. These look really good and something my family would love. Will try them soon.

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    1. Hi Susan, I'm sure they will enjoy them. Thanks and have a great weekend :)

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  5. What a perfect idea! I never think of doing savory muffins, but these look lovely!

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    1. The recipe is supposed to be for bread but I decided to turn it into muffins they were great. Thanks Carlee for stopping by.

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  6. Those sound great. Excellent instructions with photos. Thanks. :)

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    1. Thanks you Kim for your most kind comment, they are very easy to make.

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  7. I like the idea of having muffins instead of a loaf of bread. Makes portion control easy.

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    1. I agree with you Peggy, but my problem is that I have both :) Thanks so much for stopping by.

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