Minoo prepared two recipes for the first meeting of Gilmore Park Church Community Kitchen for this fall season. The first recipe is a hand held breakfast or lunch item which is perfect for families on the go. These Ham and Cheese Muffins are savory instead of the regular sweet muffins.
These Ham and Cheese Muffins taste like quiche but they are easier to make. You can even make them ahead and they can be reheated quickly. It is also a good recipe to use your leftover bread.
- 4 eggs
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon honey mustard
- 1/4 teaspoon each, salt and pepper
- 5 cups cubed whole grain bread (about 5 slices, trim off crust)
- 1 cup shredded Canadian Cheddar, Swiss or Colby cheese
- 1/2 cup diced deli ham
- 12 cherry or grape tomatoes, cut in half lengthwise or quarters if they are large.
Preheat oven to 350F (180C). Line a 12-cups muffin pan with non-stick silicone liners or paper cups, or butter generously.
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This is a interesting recipe- I’ve never seen anyone make muffins like this before. I should try it out- I love the combination of ham and cheese.
Hi, I have been trying many of your recipes and all of them are great! 😀 This is another recipe that I want to try, but I only have silicone muffin moulds (about 12 pieces). Could I use it instead of muffin pan? Is there any difference between silicone and pan? I read that I don’t need to butter silicone mould before I pour batter, but I’m not quite sure is that ok? Thanks!
Hi Emy, I remembered we had tried once using the silicone muffin moulds (the mini one) to make cup cakes without greasing them. Unfortunately, the cup cakes did stick and did not come out nicely. That’s our experience.
When baking (we don’t use non-stick bakeware) we just spray a coating of cooking spray on the surfaces that contact the batter. Works like magic !
Hey excellent recipe. I’m gonna do this one for my son, who has been breakfast-challenged of late (being rather picky) and I hate seeing him going off to school with hardly any food in him. Thanks Suanne.
I wonder if you could leave the bread out or substitute something else for “carb-challenged” friends?