Sunday, March 15, 2015

Cheesy Lunch Muffins

Dunno why suddenly my tastebuds are craving for savouries now and i dont feel like making sweets now. Obviously when i have to suggest bakes to Home Baker's Challenge, a monthly baking event,i couldnt stop myself picking few savoury muffins for this month's challenge. After numerous sweet bakes, this month's challenge goes for savoury muffins. I suggested couple of muffins to members, eventhough each muffins goes for different interesting ingredients, i sticked with this super cheesy lunch muffins. This muffins is loaded with vegetables and cheese as well. Quite an easy muffins to bake for a lunch if dont feel like making your lunch. Am sure this lunch muffins is very much enough to satisfy everyone's hungry tummy.

Cheesy Lunch Muffins

Vegetables and cheese makes this incredibly delicious muffins, this muffins makes a filling lunch when served along with some salads. We finished our lunch with this muffins along with a bowl of soup. If you want to have a different lunch or dinner instead of the usual ones, then dont forget to give a try to this muffins. You can pack this muffins very well to carry in your lunch box, not to forget that you can even enjoy this muffins for your snacks.

Lunch Muffins with vegetables and cheese

Recipe Source: Julie GoodWin
2cups Self raising flour
3cups Vegetables (grated carrot,grated zucchini, grated onions,chopped spinach)
1+ 1/3 cups Grated emmental cheese.
1/2cup Milk
3nos Eggs
60g Butter (melted)


Preheat oven 180°C  and grease a muffin pan lined with a muffin paper.

Place flour into a large mixing bowl and stir in grated vegetables and cheese. Mix well.

Whisk milk and eggs together and add cooled melted butter.

Pour into the flour mixture and stir gently until just incorporated.

Divide the batter to the muffin pan, sprinkle some grated cheese and bake 25-30 minutes.

Cool completely and enjoy.

13 comments:

  1. Muffin for lunch! interesting idea.. Yummy muffin

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  2. Yummy and filling muffins for lunch!!

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  3. same here akka! I guess it's an overdose of sweet stuff, hehe... I am just staying away from them, though I sneak in a chocolate here and there! thank you for the lovely challenge, waiting for the next one... :)

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  4. They look so cheesy and yummy!


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  5. Such a fabulous idea... can't wait to try for the kids.

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  6. I also made these and they were so addictive! Definitely a cheese overload but worth the flavors :)

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  7. Priya, you have a new fan! You have got an amazing variety of recipes on your blog

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