Cheddar Dill Muffins

Cheddar Dill Muffins

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"'Unlike many other baked goods, these muffins are surprisingly savory,' says Bernadette Colvin of Houston, Texas. 'I serve them with stew, soup and other entrees.'"
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35 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine the first six ingredients. Combine milk, eggs and butter; stir into dry ingredients just until moistened. Fill greased or paper-lined muffin cups two-thirds full.
  2. Bake at 400 degrees F for 25-30 minutes or until muffins test done. Cool for 10 minutes; remove from pan to a wire rack.

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Mmmm! These are so good served with chili. I made a few changes to the recipe like adding LOTS more cheese. I used about 2 cups total and put cheese on the tops before they baked. I also put in ...

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Not as good as Red Lobsters Cheddar Dill muffins. I was looking for something simaler but healthier, I think after this experiment I'll just mess around with the Red Lobster recipe. Their text...

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Mmmm! These are so good served with chili. I made a few changes to the recipe like adding LOTS more cheese. I used about 2 cups total and put cheese on the tops before they baked. I also put in ...

Flavour is great!! We are really enjoying these muffins. Unfortunately they seem to stick to the paper liners (which totally sucks, I'm losing 15% of the muffin!!). Next time I'll skip the pa...

Good, I added an extra cup of cheese and about a tablespoon of dijon mustard.

very tasty. the dill is not too strong and overpowering, but I did add extra cheese to the mix and then sprinkled the tops with some. MUST use sharp cheddar, not mild or medium!

Not as good as Red Lobsters Cheddar Dill muffins. I was looking for something simaler but healthier, I think after this experiment I'll just mess around with the Red Lobster recipe. Their text...

These were light, fluffy and delicious. We couldn't taste the dill at all and only a little of the cheddar but they still deserve 5 stars. I would just recommend adding a little more dill and ch...

These are wonderful! I make them fairly regularly, as they are very versatile to be either a brunch, dinner, or snacking muffin. I do add an extra half cup of cheese, and have to reduce the flou...

I really enjoyed these (and so did the husband!). I didn't have an egg so i added a little water, oil and extra baking powder to substitute. I probably added more cheese than called for but I ...

These were ok-not quite what I was hoping for. They were pretty good right out of the oven but not so great once they cooled. They are very biscuit like in texture, probably because of the bak...

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