Sausage Brunch Muffins

"From Rockland, Massachusetts, Beverly Borges shares this recipe for zippy muffins chock-full of sausage. 'They've become a Sunday-morning standard whenever the family gathers,' she informs. 'The also make a hearty hurry-up breakfast on the run.'"
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40 m servings
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  1. In a skillet over medium heat, brown sausage. Drain and set aside. In a large bowl, combine biscuit mix, milk, water, chilies and egg; mix well. Stir in the corn and sausage. Fill greased or paper-lined muffin cups two-thirds full. Bake at 425 degrees F for 16-18 minutes or until golden brown. Cool for 5 minutes; remove from pan to a wire rack. Serve warm.

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Very good with a couple additions. Added 1/2 cup finely grated montery jack cheese AND the BEST ingred for any muffin, biscuit, roll recipe; finely grated (1/4 cup) frozen butter to dough. Th...

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Has potential, but really bland as it is, even with the green chilis. I added some diced cheddar. Needs some spices and seasonings. Like garlic or onion powder. Really easy and quick though. Ma...

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Very good with a couple additions. Added 1/2 cup finely grated montery jack cheese AND the BEST ingred for any muffin, biscuit, roll recipe; finely grated (1/4 cup) frozen butter to dough. Th...

Thanks for the great recipe. I just made these and they are wonderful ! I would serve these, not only with brunch/breakfast, but also alongside any mexican dinner. I had some frozen red peppe...

My friends will always get excited when I make them these muffins. I did add some garlic powder and cheddar cheese (maybe a half cup?). I didn't bother with the chilies because I didn't have a...

Great hit - I followed others' tips and added cheddar cheese, and I also used turkey apple sausage chunks which I sauteed with green onions, instead of sausage - delicious!

Wonderful recipe. Has been a HUGE hit both times I've made it. I have used maple sausage and I use creamed corn instead of regular. This last time, I did add some cheese to the mix as well. Wond...

I cut this recipe in half and served it for breakfast w/ a fruit smoothie. I didn't have quite a 1/2 lb of sausage (which I used lite sausgage) so I cut up a couple of pieces of reduced sodium/l...

Has potential, but really bland as it is, even with the green chilis. I added some diced cheddar. Needs some spices and seasonings. Like garlic or onion powder. Really easy and quick though. Ma...

Very good! I added cheddar cheese and diced tomato. Next time I'll add a bit of salt. Yum! I'm thinking I might also try using a cornbread muffin mix instead of Bisquik!

Very dry. rough texture. Will not make again. Baked for 16 min as directed, and they were way too done. Still waiting for someone to eat them.

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