FREE eBook: Muffin Tin Menus, 47 Fun & Delicious Recipes (down from $4.99)!

February 21, 2013 · 5 comments

by Rebekah

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Hurry over to Amazon where you can download Muffin Tin Menus: 47 Fun & Delicious Recipes for FREE! I'm so excited to check out all the recipes in this one, as there is just something about muffin tin cooking that is really intriguing to me...perhaps it's just the fact that my kids are much more inclined to try new foods when they are baked in a fun muffin/cupcake shape. ;-)

Book Description:

Muffin tin cooking is the latest cooking craze in kitchens across the US and abroad. Popular with moms & dads as well as artistic foodies, muffin tin cooking is made for the creative cook. Just about anything can be made in a muffin tin pan- from breakfast foods to dinners and creative appetizers in between! It is a terrific way to control portion sizes and get even the pickiest eaters to try new mini-sized dishes.

Author Melanie Trenton caught on to muffin tin cooking several years ago, while attending a birthday party with her daughter. The mom that hosted the celebration used muffin tins in very creative ways. She made mini-pizzas, pancakes, lasagnas and desserts and she cooked them all in muffin tins. The kids loved the colors, the diversity and the miniature sizes of the traditional dishes. Even the veggies looked more attractive when prepared in the muffin tins and moms know how much kids hate carrots and broccoli.

In her book Muffin Tin Menus, Trenton presents 47 recipes that can be prepared for all types of meals. In her cookbook, she created recipes that can be used for breakfast, main dishes, side dishes, appetizers, and of course, desserts. Please note these recipes are considered comfort foods and not to be confused with low calorie, low carb, vegetarian or vegan.

Cooking or serving food in muffin tins is exciting and fun. Pick up these fun and easy recipes to get started with these creative muffin tin concoctions.

Please keep in mind that things can change rather quickly over on Amazon, so it’s always best to verify the price before heading to check out. This book is normally priced at $4.99, so you’ll definitely want to grab it now.

Remember, although this book is intended for the Amazon Kindle, you can always download a free program that will allow you to read Kindle books right on your PC, iPad, iPhone, Mac or Blackberry!

(Thanks Moms By Heart!)




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1 Hazel February 21, 2013 at 3:15 PM

I used to take the Pillsbury Pie Dough and line the muffin cup. Taco meat, cheese, etc. were awesome. Then I thought, Turkey Dinner muffins – meat, taters, gravy, stuffing … dollop of cranberry goop on top. Oh boy.

Anything that can go on a plate can go in a muffin tin for a porta-meal, lol. Just watch the contents … muffin meals can turn into muffin top in the blink of an eye.

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2 Hazel February 21, 2013 at 6:45 PM

* when I used to do this, I’d use the mini-muffin tins as opposed to the bigguns, poppems :)

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3 Kristy February 21, 2013 at 2:12 PM

Thanks! I make meatloaf muffins and they are a huge hit in this house. Plus they take half the time to cook. Can’t wait to find some more fun recipes!

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4 Rebekah February 21, 2013 at 2:22 PM

Meatloaf muffins…what a great idea! I sometimes like to make an Italian Mozzarella meatloaf which has cheese in the middle, I bet this would work great in a muffin tin. ;-)

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5 Kristy February 21, 2013 at 3:15 PM

Mmm…that sounds good! I normally make Mexican meatloaf, quinoa meatloaf, or a modufied version of Ted Montana grill’s meatloaf. My only hint is take them out immediately and soak the pan right away :)

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