Broccoli Corn Muffins

Broccoli Corn Muffins

"In Cabazon, California, Dona Hamilton dresses up convenient corn bread mix with broccoli and cheese to make these savory muffins. They're good with any meal and a tasty way to get youngsters to eat their veggies."
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35 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, stir all ingredients just until combined. Fill greased muffin cups three-fourths full. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool for 5 minutes before removing from pans. Serve warm.

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This was a great variation on cornbread. The only problem I had was with the batter being dry, but a splash of milk fixed that.

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OK- was interesting - Kids did not care for sweet corn muffin mixed with Broccoli- will keep looking.

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This was a great variation on cornbread. The only problem I had was with the batter being dry, but a splash of milk fixed that.

I didn't change a thing and it came out smashing. Everyone loved it. I finally have a great way to make corn muffins interesting with little effort! Thanks.

Wow, this was one my whole family enjoyed!! I used fresh broccoli because I had some. Instead of onion used 1tsp onion powder (personal taste). We baked as mini muffins, easy to eat, great fo...

Fabulous! I substituted 1/2 a red onion for additional color and I combined all the ingredients except the corn bread mix, then stirred in dry mix just until blended. Moist, tasty and pretty! I...

(One 8.5oz package of corn muffin mix is a smidgen more than 1.5 cups, in case you're buying a larger package.) Surprisingly great! I didn't have the quantities exactly as specified but it worke...

These were very good. They were a tad sweet, but that may have been the substitution I had to make. I had no cornbread mix, so I used a substitute I found online. It consisted of Bisquick (which...

Made these for dinner since I had all the ingredients on hand. It wasn't particularly flavorful. Would make again with some modifications.

My picky sons loved this!!

OK- was interesting - Kids did not care for sweet corn muffin mixed with Broccoli- will keep looking.

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