My favorite kind of recipes has always been super simple recipes that (theoretically) a child could do. I will be the first to tell you that I am in no way an award-winning chef. I don’t know if I’ll ever be. But, that doesn’t stop me from trying to make the most delicious meals I can. Fairly recently, I’ve noticed that muffin tin recipes (or recipes that you make in muffin tins) have become trendy. These recipes are so popular because they’re really simple and make cute, bite-sized meals. You can find muffin tin recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I have yet to run across a muffin tin dessert recipe but I’m sure they’re out there. “Where can I find some of these recipes?” you ask? Why, over at AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com of course. We’re always adding more of these recipes because they’re so quick and easy. Take a look at the best recipes we’ve collected so far.
For this recipe, you can choose whether you’d like to use cupcake liners or slices of ham for the cups. Honestly, I think that these turn out much better when they’re surrounded by smoky ham slices. Also, not only are these little quiches colorful (thanks to vegetables like spinach), they’re also really cheesy. It’s like a win-win-win.
Like the recipe above, this is one of the muffin tin recipes that uses an actual ingredient to make the shell or cup. You can use leftover potatoes to create your very own hashbrowns. Basically, the nests are like an entire breakfast meal in one bite.
This is probably one of the healthiest muffin tin recipes you’ll ever come across. Broccoli and onions swim in an egg white mixture. The eggs just crisp slightly around the edges, making it unnecessary to line the muffin tin. If you’re watching your weight or just want to feel good about what you’re eating, definitely try this recipe.
A buttery and flaky croissant becomes a buttery and flaky crust in this recipe. I would imagine that you could either drop your eggs in as is or scramble them and add in a few more ingredients. Regardless of how you might personalize them, these nests surely make for a satisfying breakfast.
This recipe, unlike the rest, is NOT a breakfast recipe. But, of course, you could probably figure that out. Although, there’s nothing wrong with eating enchiladas for breakfast. No judgement here. Anyways, wontons line the muffin tins and crisp around the enchilada ingredients. Once they’re done, top them with your favorite enchilada toppings and grab them before they disappear.
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