Stuffin’ Muffins

Stuffin’ Muffin

If you’d like the step by step process, see below…

Savory

Start with a 10 oz box of stuffing… I of course used Mrs Cubbisons

I mixed in some ground sausage that I’d cooked with onions and celery.

Add a Little Cranberry

Apple a Day

Add in some dried cranberry and diced green apple

Whisked Eggs

For these muffins you’ll need 3 whisked eggs per 10 oz box of stuffing… and remember, you can use any stuffing recipe so long as you use the 3 whisked eggs.

All Mixed Up

Add in your whisked eggs and combine all ingredients until all the stuffing is wet.

Break the Mold

Grease your muffin tin and then use your hands to press stuffing down into each mold.

Baked

Bake at 350 until muffins are golden brown

I’m Stuffed!

2 Responses to “Stuffin’ Muffins”

  1. tina

    I tried these after seeing her make them on the “Home and Family” show. they turned out great and everyone loved them, particularly the crunchy top !

    Thanks Rachel, I can’t wait to try more of your recipes !!

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