Hello Friends, I hope everyone is doing well! 🙂 Spring is my favorite time of the year, I feel inspired to paint, bake and do all sorts of creative projects around the house. I made these savory muffins last Sunday for breakfast and they were a hit with my family. They are easy to make and you can have them on the table in less than an hour. They go well with butter, pate, cream cheese, jam or even just plain they taste wonderful. I imagine adding some bacon bits into batter would work great. Instead of Queso Fresco you can also use Feta cheese or any crumbly cheese. I absolutely loved the taste and the texture and will be making them again soon.
Savory Muffins with Queso Fresco
- Yields 12 muffins
*** Use dry measure cup for all ingredients
- 4 eggs
- 1 ½ cup plain yogurt
- 1/2 cup oil
- 2 TBSP butter (melted)
- 3 cups all-purpose flour
- 2 ½ tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp salt
- 5 oz Queso Fresco (or Feta cheese) finely crumbled
- Beat eggs, yogurt, oil and melted butter at a high speed until smooth.
- Combine flour, baking powder and salt and mix well.
- Lower the mixing speed and slowly add all dry ingredients into the egg mixture.
- At the end mix in Queso Fresco.
5. Brush the muffin form with melted butter.
6. Fill the batter into 3/4 of the muffin forms.
7. Bake at 400 F (200 C) for about 20-25 minutes.
Here they are right out of the oven:
And on the table:
22 thoughts on “Savory Muffins with Queso Fresco”
Looks absolutely savory. The crumb and texture seems to die for
They were fantastic!
Don’t you just love getting to taste the results of your baking!! Lol
Haha, but of course! 😀
Gorgeous photos! I’ve looked through your blog, and I love how you show each step visually 🙂 Absolutely awesome!
Thank you! 🙂
When I do my posts I always think of people who are just learning how to cook/bake and from experience I know seeing those pictures helps a lot. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
They look – and I’m sure the ARE – delicious.
Thanks Darryll, they were really good! 🙂
These muffins look so delicious Sibella! And I love your square muffin tin, adorable!
Beautiful muffins, Sibella, they look perfect! I love queso fresco, I once made it myself. It’s very easy but requires a lot of raw goat’s milk. I can just imagine how these taste!
Thanks so much April! They were just so tasty and I loved the texture. They also keep soft for a long time.
A beautiful texture and color on the muffins and I’m sure the taste is equal to their good looks.
Thanks Karen, exactly right! 🙂 Have a great day!
These look so wonderful. Food can have so much meaning attached to it.
I’m so making these. And the cream cheese crepes too. Yummmmmmmm.
I apologize for the 9 month delayed response hahah. I just don’t find time to maintain this blog, but there’s such great interest and so many comments that I missed responding to, so I will try to post one recipe a month to keep this blog going… Hope all is well and I’ll catch up with you on artsandrhymes… 😀
Hahaha. No problem. 🙂
Well, hello stranger. It’s so nice to see you back in the ethers, but I know the challenges there are with keeping up with a blog. Hope Allison well. 😀
Darned auto fill. Hope all is well.
Hello Darryl! It’s been too long!!! 😁 All is well here but extremely busy. I totally neglected this blog… Not only did I not post anything for a year but somehow I didn’t get notification of the yearly renewal, so it went offline for a while and I didn’t have a clue about it.
I’m still active on WordPress on my other arts and poetry blog (artsandrhymes.me), but I want to maintain this blog too, so I will try to post one recipe a month to keep it going. It’s going to be a challenge, but I’m going to try my best.
I hope all is well with you and your family. I’m glad to hear from you and thanks so much for writing! I thought everyone forgot about me in baking/cooking world of WordPress… 🙂 Please feel free to visit my other blog, so we can keep in touch.
Thanks so much for sharing this!! This sure does looks Savory!!
Love Always and Shalom Everyone,
Thanks for visiting and I apologize for the delayed response. God bless! 🙂