Cheese muffin. I'm serious. You can't go wrong with a muffin that contains delicious cheddar cheese dabs with every bite.
How did I get this delicious discovery?
Well, one evening I had trouble figuring out dinner. It was a Friday. I was tired and didn't want to cook.
I looked in the fridge and didn't see much. My options were pretty limited because it was the end of the month. It would take a few more days before I went to the market, so I had to find out something that had to do with what I had.
Fortunately my late grandmother taught me to always have eggs, butter, cheese and baking utensils in the house. And so these quick cheese muffins were born. Ha!
We wanted a light savory muffin
These cheese muffins were incredibly quick and easy to prepare.
We have made sweet muffins a million times over. When I was growing up, blueberry muffins were often served for dinner. Crazy, right? They were perfect alongside chicken and vegetables.
I wasn't in the mood the day Ayva and I invented this sweet muffin recipe. I wanted something spicy to go with the spinach that I knew we had to add.
Ayva and I looked up some muffin recipes. People are so creative and there was a lot to choose from. However, most of the recipes were too sophisticated.
We wanted something fundamental that we could do over and over again. I didn't have fancy cheese like Gruyere or Asiago. We only had normal cheddar in our pocket to work with.
Funny thing about our family. We always have regular cheddar in our pockets that we can work with. We can all agree on this one cheese!
Since we couldn't find a recipe that was quick and easy enough to work for our family, we decided to create our own.
She mixed butter, milk and egg as I made the dry ingredients. I handed her my bowl to combine the two while greasing the muffin pans.
We both worked together to scoop the mixture and helped get the muffins in the oven in no time! While the muffins were baking, I washed the bowls we used and fried spinach.
The entire process took about half an hour from start to finish. Would you like to try these quick cheese muffins yourself? Check out the recipe!
Quick cheese muffins
1 cup of grated cheddar cheese
1 cup of milk
1 3/4 cup of flour
Put 1/2 butter
1/2 tsp salt
1 tablespoon of baking soda
- Melt the butter in the microwave and place in the freezer to cool quickly.
- Mix the egg, butter and milk in a bowl.
- Mix the flour, baking powder, salt and cheese in a separate bowl.
- Mix the flour mixture with the liquids.
- Place the mixture in a muffin pan sprayed or oiled with cooking spray.
- Cook the muffins at 350 degrees for about 17 minutes.
- Eat the muffins while they are hot.
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