Cheese Muffins | Savory Cheese Muffins ~ Easy Snacks for Kids

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It’s a typical case of you start having something in mind and end up with something else. I have always liked the idea of baking fresh batch of savory muffins for breakfast and serving it right away. Well if thoughts always had a way, I might have actually achieved much more! Coming back to the point, I had decided to make a savory muffin and nothing else in my list of recipes planned, took more time in deciding what to add in than this one. 
For one, I was short handed in having a mode of transportation myself, which meant having to be dependent on somebody. Somehow offlate this didn’t come up as the high point. I always enjoyed my bike and never would want to venture with somebody else driving. Unfortunately state of affairs being such that I now depend on somebody and it was never the right time. Which meant I couldn’t get my can of corn. I had planned on making Corn Cheese Savory Muffins. To make the story short, I had to compromise in having just cheese and for making it savory I added libaral dose of red chili flakes.

I finally took all the ingredients needed and kept in front, hoping I won’t end up with a different recipe on it’s own. You see once a while back, I had baked a cake with flour added with corn flour and the texture was really so good. Now I was hoping I can recreate the same texture in this savory muffin. In the confusion that always seem to happen when I set out to bake something, I completely forgot to add the corn flour. After putting it into the oven, my eyes fell on the corn flour and it was like a deflated balloon. I was hoping I would do this again sometime again. Maybe.

Ingredients Needed:

All purpose flour / Maida – 1 cup
Red Flakes – 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Cheese – 1/2 cup
Baking Powder – 1 tsp
Olive Oil – 2 tsp

How to make the Savory Muffins

Pre heat the oven at 185 Deg C

In a bowl take the flour along with all the ingredients and gently shift together.

Grease the muffin tray and spoon out into the muffin moulds.

Bake at 185 C for 12 mins and allow to cool down for couple mins.

Serve warm.

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Cheese Muffins | Savory Cheese Muffins ~ Easy Snacks for Kids

Dish Type Baked Snacks, Eggless Cupcakes & Muffins
Author Srivalli
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  1. Valli even I forget toadd some ingredients especially while baking.i baked a cake with no eggs or replacement for the eggs . the cake dont ask. flat as a chapati.:) The point being we all do that. Now these muffins are something at the back of my mind and planned to stay thera had it not been for your post.

  2. Looks very cheesy and delicious. Once I for got to add baking powder and the cake turned out hard. That is why chefs usually ask us to keep all the ingredients on hand before starting…

  3. I too land up in sch situations sometimes, but most of the times all the ingredients have to be on the counter before I start my work. All the same these look quite nice and any thing cheesy is appreciated.

  4. This is happening to me nowadays.With Lil wandering and rolling out vessels from the shelf, half the time I forget to put in one ingredient or the other mainly coz I have to keep an eye on him rather than on what I am cooking. Even today morning I forgot to add sugar to his coffee!

    Anyways,cheese muffins do sound nice. I have never baked a savory muffin.Must do sometime…

  5. Hope this forgetting is quite comman, I always double check while baking, and it use to take more time for this, always if fingers crossed. Finally turned out good, nice and fluffy.

  6. delicious muffins… if you also added some green colored herbs, it would looked even more attractive!!! love savory muffins..

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