Thursday, January 15, 2009

Tasty Thursday - Rich and Delicious Cheese Muffins!

Okay, first let me clarify . . . . . today's recipe is NOT diet conscious! It is rich, full of dairy (3 of 4 ingredients) and ooooohhhhhhhh so good!

I got this recipe a few years ago from Walter Reeves, a former GA extension agent and 'knower of all things garden related'. He's written books, had tv shows, radio shows, and helped get many people out in their yards and gardens. So, thank you Walter! This is one wonderful gem of eating you've shared!

Here goes, the recipe exactly as I got it from Walter >>>

Molly Wilson’s Cheese Muffins
  • 2 sticks of very soft (almost melted) butter
  • 1 cup of sour cream
  • 2 cups of self-rising flour
  • 2 cups of sharp cheese, shredded

Add ingredients in order, hand-stirring after each one, in a big bowl.

Spoon into small muffin pan (1.5" muffins), three-fourths full.

Use Teflon-coated pan or spray pan with floured no-stick spray beforehand.

Bake at 400 degrees 15 - 20 minutes or until the tops are brown.

(Walters note: Make four times as many as you have guests coming. They're that good!)

These are extremely easy, and so very rich and delicious! Just be sure to warn your guests that they are addictive; very, very addictive.

Blessings friends! Becky


Dixie's Whimsey said...

you forgot that part about how you left all the calories out so you could as many as you want!

i may have to bake this one for Ricky!

yum! Dixie said...

Wow, those sound simple. And tasty!

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