From my kitchen in downtown Toronto, I'm baking and cooking and keeping my family fed.
Doesn't sound like they were good the next day..Im glad you enjoyed them hot out of the oven!
I did have to throw the last couple away. My kids didn't like the chunks--I didn't mind them at all. But I like most everything! Have a great day.
I loved these, especially adding rosemary. I'll see how mine are the day after. It would be fun to make cornbread stuffing with these leftovers!
I hate to hear that about them not being good the next day. They were so good last night that I am anxious to have the leftovers tonight. Luckily I halved the recipe so if they aren't good I will not have that many to toss. YOurs look pretty delicious.
Looking at the first group of recipes here, I see why gaining weight for many of the makers is a must. Looking at them, listed as you have them is scary. Each one demands our attention, more than the one before. Beautiful job.
Yea, these go pretty quickly. Nice work!
Sorry to hear yours weren't any good the next day. I didn't have a problem with that - they were all gone within a few minutes! :)
your texture looks lovely!Buttercreambarbie
My kernels also got a little, um, chewy and weird. But I enjoyed these a lot.
I made these last night, but served them tonight with dinner. I stored them overnight in a plastic bin, the gently reheated them in the oven and they tasted just fine. Not too many left now.
I skipped the corn kernels, but I generally freeze my muffins the day I make them (well, any we aren't eating) and they taste really good defrosted and re-warmed.
It lovely out there in the snow! Good tip about eating them right away - I have a hard time with that since there are only two of us.
These were good. The corn in mine didn't get tough. HHmmm!!! These are good the next day toasted with butter.Muffins in snow. Pretty!!
I love this! gloria
Your muffins look amazing! Sorry they weren't good on day two. :(
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