The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More!

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Adams Media, Apr 15, 2012 - Cooking - 224 pages
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Muffin Tins—They're Not Just for Muffins Anymore

There's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin—and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat!

From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet entrees and desserts, you'll find an amazing variety of mouthwatering options for your dining pleasure, including:

  • Shrimp Cakes with Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce
  • Egg Crescent Pockets
  • Deep-Dish Pizza Cups
  • Cornmeal-Crusted Mustard Chicken with Sweet Potato Coins
  • Duchess Potatoes
  • Zucchini, Corn, and Tomato Cups
  • Mini Ice-Cream Cakes
The best part (besides the tasty goodness!): It's fast, easy, mess-free, and provides built-in portion control. Kids will love to help you make them—like cupcakes, only better for your family!—and leftovers are as easy as popping the muffin-meal into the microwave.

It just doesn't get any better than The Muffin Tin Cookbook . . . your next memorable meal is just a muffin tin away!

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Review: The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More!

User Review  - Rama - Goodreads

Cooking the muffin way When I first came across this book, I thought this all about baking muffins, but I was surprised to know that the author has created a new way of making muffins, with recipes ... Read full review

Review: The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More!

User Review  - Arlian - Goodreads

Man, I am so disappointed with this book. I was really excited about this concept, but the execution was really pathetic. This book kind of reminds me those "Man with a Can" cookbooks. You know, where ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Chapbent
13
Cocktaii Meatbaiis
19
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Brette Sember (Buffalo, NY) is the author of more than thirty-five titles including The Parchment Paper Cookbook and her freelance work has appeared in more than 175 publications. Her website is BretteSember.com.



Melinda Boyd, MPH, MHR, RD, is a nutritionist.

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